Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast and the Aeolian Islands are two popular sailing destinations in Italy. The Amalfi Coast, located in southern Italy, is known for its stunning coastline, charming towns, and delicious seafood. You can view picturesque villages like Positano and Ravello, explore the dramatic coastline, and enjoy delicious local cuisine during your cruise or tour.
Amalfi Coast
Aeolian Islands

Aeolian Islands

The Aeolian Islands, located off the north coast of Sicily, are known for their volcanic landscapes, hot springs, and historic ruins. It consists of Lipari, Salina, Vulcano, Alicudi, Filicudi, Panarea, and Stromboli. These islands are all of volcanic origin and emerge from the crystal clear sea, with wild, unspoiled nature and an authentic Italian atmosphere. To preserve their natural beauty, they have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We suggest visiting the archipelago during spring (late April to June) or late summer (September to early October) when temperatures are balmy and prices are more reasonable.

Especially popular for yacht charter lovers are the islands of Sicily, Sardinia and Elba.

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean. Unforgettable is the view to the imposing Mount Etna on the Sicilian coast.

Elba Island attracts yachtsmen with varied and beautiful mountain scenery and coastline.

In Sardinia you can explore ancient ruins, taste local dishes, and experience and visit marvellous beaches like Costa Smeralda.

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