The length of the Italian coastline is over 7500 km. Depending on the region of the country, the characteristic weather and climatic conditions will differ. Going to Italy, the yachtsman has the opportunity to choose from a variety of available routes.
The most favorable conditions for yacht charter in Italy can be considered the period from mid-June to the end of October. At this time, even beginner sailors go out to sea and want to spend their free time in an unusual way. In Italy, charter companies are represented by a huge number of companies. The most popular are the coasts of the Ionian and Tyrrhenian Seas. Most yachts sail from Tuscany, Salerno and the Gulf of Naples. Local marinas provide guests with the most comfortable conditions for their stay.
Italy is called the pearl of the Mediterranean thanks to the spectacular scenery, comfortable climate and rich history. The most demanding and experienced boaters choose this region for their holidays. Excellent navigational conditions allow you to go to sea all year round and enjoy the snow-white beaches. Locals welcome tourists with their characteristic hospitality, and the excellent service will make your stay breathtaking. Yachtsmen show increased interest in the coasts of the Tyrrhenian, Ligurian and Ionian coasts. Many of them like to travel to the islands. You can plan a trip to Rome, Tuscany, on the Aeolian Islands, or in the direction of the Gulf of Naples.
The islands of Capri, Gorgona, Ponza, Ischia and Capraia are also popular among yachtsmen.
Italy is often called a country of interest. The country is famous for a huge number of museums, castles, cathedrals and historical sites. The most famous and popular architectural monuments include:
Italians prepare breathtaking dishes from fresh ingredients. They are especially good at making pasta, minestrone, calzone. YOU can dine at local restaurants or shop for groceries in supermarkets to eat directly on the yacht. Indulge in real gastronomic delight and be sure to sample the food prepared by the local chef. Italians associate a visit to a restaurant in the daytime with a hearty lunch. First, the waiters will offer you to taste snacks from vegetables or seafood. Next, the first course is served - soups, pasta or rice. Fish or meat delicacies can be presented as a second course.
Having an idea of the approximate travel itinerary and confirming the charter reservation, it remains to find a parking space. The largest number of marinas is concentrated on the Tyrene and Ligurian coasts, on the Aeolian Islands, in Sicily and Sardinia. The sites can be varied, as the Italian coast is represented by numerous bays. Finding free mooring space will not be a big problem. All marinas, located from Palermo to Genoa, are modernly equipped and meet high safety requirements. Travelers who dream of relaxing in a secluded place away from the bustle of the city consider the anchorages. It should be remembered that the cost of renting a yacht and the cost of anchorage in marinas are paid separately .
Among the most picturesque and comfortable marinas on the Italian coast, special attention should be paid to:
Among the popular yacht berths in the Tyrrhenian Sea, the most popular are: