PalermoPlaces of Interest
Ustica / Cefalù / San Vito lo Capo
City of many faces and contradictions, Palermo is the state capital of the Sicilian culture, where myth and traditions are blend together with modernity. Palermo is an excellent starting point for your sailing travel into Sicilian culture and amazing landscapes that the sea and the coast will offer to the sailors. From here you can easily sail to Ustica Island, or reach the Eolian Islands, stopping in the amazing and turistic Cefalù, or reach the Egadi Islands passing through the west coast, where you can see and admire the “Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro” or San Vito Lo Capo.
MarsalaPlaces of Interest
Marettimo / Favignana / Levanzo
White walls and fire-colored sunsets, these are the perfect words to describe Marsala, ideal location to visit the Egadi islands. From here you can sail to the crystalline Favignana, to the uncontaminated Marettimo or to the small Levanzo.
PortorosaPlaces of Interest
Vulcano / Panarea / Lipari
Portorosa is a great starting point for different artistic itineraries in the most beautiful places of Sicily: Aeolian islands, Greek Theatre of Tindari, Taormina and Etna Volcano. A holiday that you will remember thanks to timeless magic of its visited places.
TropeaPlaces of Interest
Lamezia Terme / Aeolian Islands / Stromboli
Called the "Pearl of the Tyrrhenian" and placed on the "Costa degli Dei", Tropea is a beautiful town located on the Calabrian Coast overlooking the sea, with a rich historical center and divided by small streets and alleys. From Tropea you can sail to the wild Aeolian Islands or sail next to the Calabrian Coast, that will give you a delightful sequences of white sand beaches and coves. Moreover Tropea is a good starting point to sail to the Cilento coast.
SalernoPlaces of Interest
Ischia / Procida / Capri
Salerno is situated in the middle of two beautiful coasts: on the south part there is the Cilento Coast while the north part is dominated by the Amalfi Coast. Salerno is a strategic starting point for your sailing holiday: you can sail to Capri, Ischia and Procida, stopping in Naples, and then reach Sorrento, Amalfi and Positano, or you can sail to the southern part to the Cilento Coast, where you can admire wild and sometimes heavenly landscapes.
ScarlinoPlaces of Interest
Elba / Porto Azzurro / Bastia
Lying on the Etruscan Coast, Scarlino overlooks the Gulf of Follonica. Scarlino is a perfect destination for those sailors who want to sail to the Argentario, the fashionable island of Giglio, the wild Capraia and Pianosa, the historical Giannutri or Elba Island. Just few miles away from Scarlino, sailors can reach Corsica (part of France territory), so wild and indipendent.
CannigionePlaces of Interest
Olbia / Emerald Coast / Villasimius
This former fishing village, framed in a deep blue sea and located on the north of Sardinia, close to the famous Costa Smeralda and facing the Maddalena Archipelago, it is now the favourite destination for sailors that want to visit the most exclusive resorts on the island, but at the same time for those who do not want to renounce to discover and admire the natural beauties around this area. A few miles far from Cannigione you can find Porto Cervo, Baia Sardinia, Poltu Quatu and Arzachena.