Boat vacation this summer? Here are four itineraries in Italy


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Italy is among the favorite destinations in the Mediterranean to take a sailing vacation, and the time to make reservations-for upcoming vacations-is now. With the summer season approaching, rental options are still plentiful and rates are competitive. By booking now, you will have the opportunity to choose from a wide range of vessels and destinations, ensuring that you find the perfect itinerary for you. From north to south, Italy’s coasts are dotted with enchanting harbors, secluded bays and enchanting islands.Today we take you on a tour of four itineraries offered by the operator
World Wide Charter
, departing from its bases in Salerno and Portisco.

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Boat Vacation. Costiera Amalfitana

Boat Vacation. Costiera Amalfitana

The Amalfi Coast, a jewel set in southern Naples, enchants with its breathtaking landscape overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, this region boasts a wealth of seascapes, historic towns, and countryside dotted with vineyards, olive groves, and orchards. The pastel colors of coastal houses blend harmoniously with the deep blue of the sea, while the scent of lemons permeates the air. Sailing along the coast offers opportunities to explore sea caves, savor local cuisine, and soak up the atmosphere of picturesque seaside villages. The Amalfi Coast is truly a unique journey that engages all the senses, providing unforgettable experiences among the wonders of nature and Italian culture.

Cilento Coast

The Cilentana Coast, located south of Salerno, is a paradise dotted with pristine beaches and charming villages overlooking the sea. The wilderness surrounding this region, along with landscapes steeped in history and local traditions, make it an irresistible destination for travelers. The Cilento Coast boasts numerous sites of great historical and naturalistic importance, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, such as the Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park, the archaeological sites of Paestum and Velia, and the Certosa of Padula. As you sail along the coast, you will enjoy breathtaking views that combine crystal-clear waters, lush plains, and rolling hills dotted with centuries-old olive and chestnut trees. These magical settings combine perfectly with typical cuisine with a Mediterranean flavor, offering an unforgettable vacation experience that will remain in the hearts of anyone lucky enough to visit the region.

Boat vacation. Sardinia and the Emerald Coast

boat vacation italy

The Emerald Coast in northeastern Sardinia enchants with its crystal clear emerald-colored waters, creating a perfect setting for an unforgettable vacation. This exclusive location offers a unique combination of a pristine sea and places steeped in history, enriched by priceless nature. Sailing past enchanting coves, granite islands and white sandy beaches will allow you to enjoy breathtaking sunsets and sunrises, lulled by the sea breeze.

During your days, you can dive into scenery of rare beauty, snorkel in exclusive bays or simply relax on the deck of your boat. This will be accompanied by delicacies from the local cuisine, rich in history and tradition, which will delight your palate and further enrich the experience. The Emerald Coast promises an unparalleled journey in which every moment will be imbued with the beauty of nature and local culture.

In addition to the Emerald Coast, World Wide Charter’s Sardinian itineraries take you to other fantastic destinations such as Golfo Aranci, the islands of Razzoli, Budelli, and Santa Maria, the uninhabited island of Spargi, and many other incredible beaches.

Pontine Islands

Sailing from Ischia to Ventotene means immersing yourself in a fascinating journey between two beautiful islands in the Mediterranean Sea. Ischia, set in the Gulf of Naples, and Ventotene, a small gem in the Tyrrhenian Sea, offer an unforgettable experience for travelers seeking adventure and relaxation.

Departing from Ischia, one leaves behind its picturesque shores to cross the blue waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea, encountering along the way other enchanting islands that dot the landscape. Along the way, there are breathtaking views of the coastline, surrounding islands and the vast open sea.

It passes through Ponza, the largest and most popular island of the Pontine Islands, famous-among others-for the beaches of Chiaia di Luna and Cala Feola, and Palmarola, a pristine and uninhabited island west of Ponza.



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