Tuscany Yacht charter - either you choose a magnificent sailing yacht or an elegant motoryacht, be ready to experience a unique yachting holiday. Explore the wonderful open-air museum offered by archipelago of Tuscany, which is also the largest protected marine area in Europe. Discover unspoilt bays with fine sands, swimming in the crystal- clear sea and visiting the beautiful fishing villages, where you can try the specialities of Italian cuisine, shop choosing Italian hand-made objects or luxury brands. In addition, the Archipelago is the perfect place for diving and snorkeling, thanks to its rich seabeds housing lots of different species of fish.
Elba Island: The biggest island of the Tuscan Archipelago, part of the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago, the largest marine park in Europe. Its history goes back to prehistory, it was then inhabited first by the Etruscans and then by the Romans, later the island of Elba became famous around the world having the French Emperor Napoleon in 1814 during his exile. What really makes Elba famous and renowned are its clear and blue sea and beautiful beaches. The extraordinary richness of its landscapes, both land and marine, turns the island of Elba into a unique destination in Tuscany.
Argentario: A mountain rising from the sea, and connected to the mainland only by three narrow land stripes, Monte Argentario has an entirely different feel from the rest of the Tuscan coast: rocky and rugged, but also, in its golf clubs and yacht marinas, more exclusive. Check out Cala Piccola- a rocky cove with a small pebble beach and some of the most translucent aquamarine water.
Giglio and Giannutri Islands: Discover these gorgeous hidden gems onboard our Tuscany yacht charter. Giglio, almost completely mountainous, where cliffs of smooth granite alternate with coves, bays and sandy beaches, is generally more gentle on the eastern coast. Almost totally made of granite, the island lies uninhabited for the majority of its territory - here flora and fauna of great beauty and interest dominate the wild nature, especially in springtime, when the island explodes in colours, becoming a picture of incredible beauty. Giannutri is a tiny, half-moon shaped island at the extreme southern part of the Tuscan Archipelago. Its coastline is rocky and rough, interesting are the many caves along its coast. The most famous is Cala dei Grottoni on the extreme southern side of the island. The island boasts indigenous tropical plants (wild orchids, palms, euforbias) and it is a popular nesting ground for numerous species of birds.
Capraia Island: A small port and a small village around a Castle from the 16th Century which was built by the Repubblic of Genoa, the rest are volcanic rocks, wild nature, fragrances and sea. Capraia was formed after the eruption of an ancient volcano 10 million years ago. The consequence of this old intense volcanic life are red and black rocks around the island and the coast. Now the volcano is inactive, but the water around Capraia is warmer then elsewhere. Discover this little hidden gem of Tuscany onboard your yacht.
And not to forget the exquisite Tuscany's cuisine: your chef will prepare delicious meals, accompanied by the world famous wines of Tuscany! The area is easily navigated with destinations close to each other, the Italian Coast and neighboring Corsica and Sardinia, you just have to pick the starting point! Fall in love with this amazing archipelago onboard our Tuscany yacht charter!