Suggested for week yacht charters
Italian Coast has one of the most diverse and beautiful landscapes in Europe; its modern marinas; its historical and artistic heritage, delicious and authentic national cuisine, exclusive islands and turquoise archipelagos makes this country a top choice for a unique holiday destination. Chartering a boat here you will be able to discover this piece of earth from north to south with all its secrets.
Explore wonderful uncovered museum offered by archipelago of Tuscany. Here we are proposing an interesting week itinerary for yacht charters - either you choose a magnificent sailing yacht or an elegant motoryacht, be ready to experience a unique yachting holiday. This place is also the largest protected marine area in Europe. Discover unspoilt bays with fine sands, swimming in the crystal- clear sea and visiting the picturesque fishing villages, where you can try the specialities of Italian cuisine, shop Italian hand-made objects or luxury brands. In addition, the Archipelago is the perfect place for diving and snorkeling, thanks to its rich seabeds housing lots of different fish species.
Argentario: A mountain rising from the sea, and connected to the mainland only by three narrow ground lines, Monte Argentario has an entirely different historical feel from the rest of the coast of Tuscany: besides its more exclusive golf clubs and yacht marinas, you'll admire rocky and rugged cliffs all along. Check out Cala Piccola - a rocky cove with a small granule beach and translucent aquamarine water.
Giglio Island: Almost completely mountainous, where cliffs of smooth granite alternate with coves, bays and sandy beaches, is generally more gentle on the eastern coast. Almost totally made of granite, the island lies uninhabited for the majority of its territory - here flora and fauna of great beauty and interest dominate the wild nature, especially in springtime, when the island flourishes in colours, becoming a picture of incredible beauty.
Giannutri is a tiny, half-moon shaped island at the extreme southern part of the Tuscan Archipelago. Its coastline is rocky and rugged. Many caves along its coast will attract your interests. The most famous is Cala dei Grottoni on the extreme southern side of the island. The island crows native tropical plants (euforbias, palms, wild orchids ) and it is a popular nesting area for numerous species of birds.