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Want to discoverItaly differently? Choose to rent a boat and discover the coasts of the peninsula and its islands of timeless charm. With your hair in the wind on-board a sailing boat or catamaran, Italy unveils an unsuspected magic and an intoxicating fragrance of Dolce Vita!
When we talk aboutItaly, we often mention walks in the shadow of thousand-year-old monuments, an escapade along the winding roads that cross valleys and mountains. But boat rental in Italy is, above all, a unique opportunity to discover the wonders of its coastline, bordered by the Adriatic Sea to the East, the Ionian Sea to the South, and the Tyrrhenian Sea to the West. Reach the 10 most beautiful beaches in Italy thanks to your boat, sailing boat and catamaran rental in Italy. Along its 7,400 kilometres of coastline, you will encounter regions each with their own character, history and gastronomy, making it a diverse, unique and unmissable sailing area.
The marinas, often well-equipped, are mainly located on the west and south coasts of the Italian boot, with an increasingly varied, choice of boat rental at very affordable prices. So, embark with your eyes closed on a weekend sailing trip to Naples or on the Amalfi Coast, during an unforgettable cruise in Italy ! Also take a look at the most beautiful villages in Italy to be discovered by boat.
A country blessed by nature with a Mediterranean climate, mountains and shores bathed by the Tyrrhenian, Adriatic, and Ionian seas, Italy is also a destination full of history. Takz the time to visit this fascinating land on-board a boat, yacht or catamaran charter in Italy is therefore a great experience, especially since the country has some of the most irresistible islands on the planet, such as San Pietro, southwest of Sardinia, Elba Island between Corsica and Tuscany, or the islands Burano and Torcello located north of the lagoon of Venice. In terms of essential ports of call, cruisers will be spoilt for choice with boat, yacht and catamaran rentals in Italy.
Just south of Corsica, Sardinia is precisely one of those lands that we love to rediscover every time we cross the Tyrrhenian Sea. Its coasts surrounded by white sandy beaches and turquoise waters are a paradise for idleness. An invitation to discover the most beautiful anchorages in Sardinia. We particularly advise boat rental on the island of La Maddalena in the North of Sardinia, and departing from Cagliari all the way to the South, especially if you want to make the crossing to Sicily by catamaran. The archipelago of La Maddalena in Sardinia is a real corner of paradise in the heart of the Mediterranean. On your journey, find unmissable villages in Sardinia as well as the lesser known islands of Sardinia.
From the charming ports of Milazzo and Portorosa, boaters will be able to travel to the Lipari Islands with a yacht charter in the Aeolian Islands. The main island of the archipelago will offer you the spectacular vision of its acropolis and the beautiful cathedral of the archdiocese of Messina-Lipari-Santa Lucia del Mela. For history buffs, a stop in Lipari will be an opportunity to visit its archaeological museum, which houses fascinating artifacts dating back to the beginning of the 4th millennium BC.
But Italy is also Sicily, blessed with flamboyant landscapes dominated by the highest volcano in Europe: Etna culminating at 3,340 metres above sea level. Its capital city, Palermo, is a compendium of architectural treasures such as its Cathedral, the cloister of Monreale, the Palazzo dei Normanni and its opera house Teatro Massimo, the third largest in Europe. On-board your yacht charter in Italy, set out to conquer the most beautiful beaches of Sicily. Another must-see stopover, the city of Naples is also not outdone in terms of renowned tourist assets. Its beautiful bay will offer you many optiosn for stopovers with the islands of Capri and Ischia, you can also push your boat, yacht and catamaran rental in Italy to the Pontine Islands, an archipelago of islands of volcanic origin located 30 kilometres off the Italian peninsula.
Bordered by the Adriatic Sea, the eastern side ofItaly is also full of breathtaking sites. Venice, its flagship destination, is a mecca for romance and boat rides. There are of course its emblematic places like St. Mark's Square and its Basilica, but we mustn't forget that many islands in its lagoon are really worth a visit. Mazzorbo, San Servolo, Murano, and San Giorgio Maggiore are some of the unique places where you can rent a boat from Venice. A little further south, the seaside resort of Rimini is also a dream stopover. The city is perfect for families and tourists who enjoy swimming, a festive atmosphere, and amusement parks.