A perfect destination in September? Sicily and its islands!
A perfect destination in September? Sicily Yacht rent!
A perfect destination in September: Sicily and its islands!
September is arguably the loveliest month of the year to visit Sicily or/and South of Italy. It's the perfect time for a late summer beach fix – the sea is still warm and there are fewer crowds – and the weather is pleasant enough to potter around gorgeous, sandy-coloured medieval towns.
Discover the amazing southern islands like Aeolians: Lipari, Salina, Stromboli, Vulcano, Panarea, Filicudi and Alicudi. Being part of UNESCO World Heritage the Eolian islands' history dates back at least 5,000 years with evidence of prehistoric villages, ruins, excavations, pottery and tools. The setting over time is a volcanic one, amazing combination of the heat of Sicilian sun, volcano and crystal Mediterranean waters, all admired from your Sicily yacht charter.
Or Egadi islands: located at the western end of Sicily, close to Trapani, and is made up of the group of islands including Favignana, Levanzo and Maritime. The island of Favignana is the largest, the main occupation of the islanders is fishing, and the largest tuna fishery in Sicily is here.
Or, if your charter takes some longer period, add also a cruise along Ionian coast admiring amazing little Italian towns.
Otherwise, choose the coastline of Sicily and have a taste of unforgettable Sicilian coast. Sicily, its remarkably varied landscape, with a mountainous inland and a wildly beautiful coastline, sandy beaches, tiny coves and crystal clear waters. Feel the atmosphere and mystery that you have seen in the movies, while being on one of our charter yachts pampered by beautiful weather, excellent cuisine and breathtaking views.
Your yacht charter in September, whichever destination you choose, will be topped with excellent weather, crystal clear waters, great italian food and wine in total relax, allowing our crew to take care of every single detail.
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