Italy is famous for being boot-shaped and boasts over 7500 km of coastline, long beaches, bays and beautiful creeks. Sailors and boaters can sail along the coast whether it's on the Mediterranean or on the Adriatic Sea and explore the hidden gems this country has to offer other than its history, cuisine and culture.
Today, the Italian Coast has become a very popular destination for activity holidays, especially for sailing holidays. Indeed, this beautiful country offers an amazing variety of coastal landscapes and islands in its different sailing regions. When you plan your yacht charter with
Beboats.com, it's really up to you to choose where to sail in Italy. Our crew of experts will guide you in your choice of boat according to your sailing destination. There are numerous possibilities for motorboat charter, sailboat rental and catamaran charter in Italy.
The sunny climate in Italy attracts many boating adepts to favour coastal sailing on the West Coast, particularly, along the Liguria Riviera and the famous Cinque Terre. You'll find many ideal departure bases on this coast for your sailing holidays in Italy, enabling you to access the most charming spots the country has to offer.
In Tuscany, discover its archipelago composed of 7 islands with the island of Elba being the biggest one.
You can also charter a sailboat or a catamaran in the Bay of Naples and discover the Napolitan Coast, its creeks and beaches by also visiting the islands of Capri, Faraglioni, Ischia and Procida. You are in the best place to unearth the art, culture and local traditions.
Sardinia is an ideal place for sailing holidays in Italy. The island is situated South of Corsica is boasts an amazing playground for yacht charter. You will surely be stunned by the island's natural beauty, golden beaches, a breathtaking marine national park and deserted creeks. This sailing region may not be the cheapest regarding yacht charter expenses but sailing in this part of Italy can prove to be the most profitable way to discover the island's hidden gems and escape the other holidaymakers who have decided to stay on dry land. Discover Capo S.Elia and Capo Ferrato in the South and visit the oldest lighthouse in Sardinia, built in 1850. You can also plan your sailing holidays on the North-East coast, sail in La Maddalena marina national park and visit its numerous islets and consider heading towards Bonifaccio in South Corsica.
The archipelago of the Aeolian Islands near Sicily offers preserved scenery, surrounded by crystal waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea, not to mention volcanic activity on certain islands.
You can't miss out on certain stopovers between Messina and Palermo and if you are a sailing adept, so you can visit the old fishing villages and discover the heritage, dated over a thousand years old. Sicily boasts fantastic weather conditions and incredible almost barren scenery.
Venice, situated Nord-East of the peninsula is on the Adriatic Sea.
Sailing along the canals of this beautiful lagoon enables you to experience the magical and romantic atmosphere of this part of Italy.
Chioggia and Vento di Venezia are ideal departure bases if you want to rent a sailboat or rent a catamaran to head to other ports further South.
On a First 27.7 from Saint-Malo with a group of friends. Sailed around the Channel Islands, had a good navigation!
We loved the Baltic Sea in Danemark, especially when we arrived in Copenhagen with its colorful houses. But Sweden and its canals were even better. Had the best time on board of our Oceanis 411!
We were able to do a few quotations with the customer service to find the best boat for our destination. We went for a Lagoon 450, really comfy for the family!