Italian Riviera

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” Portofino – Cinque Terre – Portovenere – Chianti
Elba Island – Girglio Island ”
Charter a yacht in the Italian Riviera will bring you to the best that Liguria and Tuscany have to offer, stunning beaches, historical and impressive villages and fancy towns. Attractive harbours and anchorages, strong food and wine culture and ancient architecture will please your trip. From Portofino to vineyards in Tuscany, Italian Riviera is the right destination if you are looking for a 360 degree full immersion into Italian culture.
Portofino yacht

Portofino

Portofino is one of the most iconic spots in Italy, it was once a local fishing village, now known as the exclusive jewel of the Ligurian coast. Rustic street, high end shopping, colorful buildings, luxury restaurants and traditional fishing boats make Portofino a great result of luxury and tradition Plus, Portofino is a perfect starting point to sail toward the Cinque Terre, enjoying the stunning views of cliff-top villages, impressive coastlines and incredible azure waters.

Cinque Terre

The five charming coastal villages of Cinque Terre, in Liguria, are a huge UNESCO World Heritage site, with some villages only accessible by foot or by boat. The unique, stunning and exclusive Cinque Terre are composed by Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Rio Maggiore. These five little towns are linked by a winding 18 km footpath, full of pedestrianized suggestive streets, romantic cafes offering utmost views and landscapes and colorful and wild hidden beaches.

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portovenere

Portovenere

Another UNESCO site is the small village of Portovenere, composed by a small harbor surrounded by tall and colorful ancient houses. Portovenere is surrounded by charming villages all around, and it is considered as paradise for scuba diving since its protected many species of coral, that makes her a protected marine area. Byron Grotto is surely worth the visit. Reachable just by boat, you will have the opportunity to admire natural caves and incredible waters, which pleases the sight with green, blue and purple light effects.

Chianti

Chianti

The five charming coastal villages of Cinque Terre, in Liguria, are a huge UNESCO World Heritage site, with some villages only accessible by foot or by boat. The unique, stunning and exclusive Cinque Terre are composed by Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Rio Maggiore. These five little towns are linked by a winding 18 km footpath, full of pedestrianized suggestive streets, romantic cafes offering utmost views and landscapes and colorful and wild hidden beaches.

Elba island

Elba Island

Moving down in Tuscany, you will visit Elba Island, where Napoleon spent its last days of life. Crystal waters and superb coves are peculiarity of this famous and suggestive place.The main town is Portoferraio, whose architecture has reached the state of the art blending the civilization with the wild surrounding environment.Starting from Marciana Marina, you can find a series of impressive spots where to scuba dive and to swim, you will have the opportunity to swim into famous Punta Nasuto and Punta della Madonna.

giglio

Giglio Island

You will cruise to Giglio Island, central fulcrum of the Tuscan Archipelago, dominated by a famous and suggestive stone watchtower.The majority of the island is wild and covered by Mediterranean vegetation, in which animals and plants live peacefully, it will be a magnificent combination of fragrances, colors, magnificent sunset and unforgettable stunning beaches.From Giglio Island is easy to reach the small and pyramid shaped little island of Montecristo, famous for its grey-pink granite.