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Italian Islands: Peace and Perfection

From to Sardinia

7 Days

Boasting some of the Mediterranean’s very best sailing and diving, it is no wonder an itinerary exploring the Central American nation of Belize is all about the action under, on and close to the water. For those keen to fill a week with excellent fishing, top diving and an ultimate feeling of relaxation, Italy’s western islands make for a first-class destination. From the beach and fishing haven of Giglio to the stylish warmth of Corsica and Sardinia, sailing the islands of Italy is perfect for both experienced and first-time sailors.

  • Day 1
    Elba
    Elba

    As the largest of the isalnds in the Tuscan Archipelago, Elba is the starting pont for this island adventure. Porto Ferraio is the largest city and biggest port on Elba that makes an excellent base for the day. The Port is surrounded by delectable shops and cafes and if you time it right, the town often hosts a range of cultural events, sporting competitions, concerts, fairs, and Sailing Regattas. Elba is sprinkled with coastal towns that are a joy to explore while its towering mountainous interior plays host to ancient mining villages.

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  • Day 2
    Elba to Capraia
    Elba to Capraia

    Set sail today for the volcanic island of Capraia, situated at the very top of the Archipelago. The island is an excellent spot for diving with its amazingly diverse ocean floor and countless underwater caves. Due to its volcanic origins, it supports an exotic array of marine life and archaeological ruins to explore.

  • Day 3
    Elba to Giglio
    Elba to Giglio

    You will find on Giglio perhaps the very best fishing of all the islands, and it is a top spot for dropping anchor and casting a line. Beach-lovers can enjoy any one of the lovely sandy stretches along the 28km coastline or head to Bay of Campese for top surfing and or sailing pursuits. The picturesque port is a scenic site to spend the night.

  • Day 4
    Giglio to Corsica
    Giglio to Corsica

    Today sees a departure from the Tuscan Archipelago towards the rugged island of Corsica. The major areas of interest on Corsica are Ajaccio and the west coast, the peninsula of Cap Corse to the north, and the southern tip known as L’Extreme Sud. Each offers rare opportunities for the discerning traveller, from sporting events to cultural festivals, all in a relaxed and relaxing atmosphere.

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  • Day 5
    Corsica
    Corsica

    Pleasant days are easily whiled away on this beautiful island. Whether you choose to explore the coastline by yacht or spend most of your time on land, stunning scenery is guaranteed. Onshore, visit the bustling waterfront town of St. Florent, home to top restaurants, a sheltered bay and a nu,ber of sheltered bays and coves. The west coast of Cap Corse is a sight to see, rising from St.Florent with its gorgeous desert views, as well as the mountains of Haute Corse as you proceed down into Bastia. Bastia is the second largest toen on the island and boasts the treasures of The Place St. Nicolas, and La Treverse boulevard with lively markets, pebble beaches and an ornithological reserve.

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  • Day 6
    Corsica to Sardinia
    Corsica to Sardinia

    The final stop on your Italian journey is the glittering island of Sardinia, one of the country's best known and justifiably so. The second largest island in the Mediterranean, the stunning landscape is incredibly varied, from white sandy beaches along the coast to mountainous terrain at the island’s centre. Sardinia is also surrounded by a small number of boutique islands, that are a delight to sail amongst, particularly the gem of Costa Smeralda. Explore the gorgeous mainlaind or anchor in one of Sardinia’s glorious bays and be captivated by the beauty of the landscape, crystalline waters, pearly beaches and vibrant towns of Sardinia offering culture, history and a wealth of gastronomic delights.

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  • Day 7
    Sardinia
    Sardinia

    There is no end to the number of things to do or places to explore on Sardinia so your last day onboard is sure to be an unforgettable one. Not only is Sardinia stylish, but it's every inch the good looking Italian town as well. The best way to appreciate the beauty of the Sardinia and its host of islands is from the sea. Famous the world over, the beaches of Sardinia are truly something that must be seen to be believed. Explore the coastline and outlying islands and find your own private cove to swim and sunbath. Scuba diving here is also first-class, Sardinia’s clear water offers great visibility for the novice diver as well as the seasoned professional.

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