Rent a sailboat or catamaran in Tuscan Archipelago

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Scarlino base information

Base Manager
Marco Conti


Base Support
Sabrina Pieraccini
+39 349 2241898

Weather Forecast Channel 68 (continous listening) / Marina di Scarlino Channel 72

Security Deposit
Payable at check-in in Cash, Visa or Mastercard

Base Opening
From Mon to Sun

Check Out
On Friday at 4 pm

From North SS n.1 Aurelia exit “Follonica Nord”, direction towards “Castiglione della Pescaia” until you reach “Puntone”
From South SS n.1 Aurelia exit “Gavorrano Scalo”, proceed towards “Bagno di Gavorrano” towards “Casti­glione della Pescaia” until you reach “Puntone”.

Galileo Galilei – Pisa {120km)
Amerigo Vespucci – Firenze Peretola {160km)
Leonardo da Vinci – Roma Fiumicino {200km)

Private Transfer (max 8 pax, one way)
APT Pisa – Scarlino €250,00
APT Firenze – Scarlino €360,00
APT Roma/Fiumicino – Scarlino €550,00

Stop in Follonica, then take a taxi to reach Marina Di Scarlino

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Capraia and Giglio

Capraia’s coastline and landscape is characterized with high cliffs, isolated beaches and untouched inland paths. In the south, it is possible to find traces of an ancient, now-extinct volcano. The clear water that surrounds Capraia makes it very popular for snorkelers or scuba divers passionate for marine life and exploring underwater archeological sights. Giglio, the second largest island of Tuscan Archipelago, known as Elba’s younger sister, is a wonderful area to continue your sailing trip around Tuscany. Take a walk on the port side to explore the restaurants and bars that line the seaside! The best beaches are in Campese, on the west side of the island; here it is possible to view an 18 th century tower and explore the coves near Punta Capel Rosso by boat. Give your holiday some sweet memories tasting the famous “honey of Capraia”!

North Corsica

Corsica is a French island in the Mediterranean, just above Sardina. The coast is surrounded by beaches and a spectacular mountain interior. Given its relatively small size the island combines an extraordinary number of highlights. Apart from the coast and beaches for which the island is best known (there are 1,000 kilometers of coastline and more than 200 beaches) there are ancient hill villages and bustling port towns, and some of the most stunning coastal and mountain scenery to be found in Europe.
The fantastic city of Bastia, located on a cliff over the sea, is the perfect postcard of Northern Corsica that will enchant with its fantastic Nonza village famous for its black pebble beach and the renowned secret coves in the coast of Agriates. A part from the classical fish-dishes, have a try of the famous typical cheese “Brocciu”, you won’t regret it.