Housed in the south central of Europe, Italy juts deep into the Mediterranean Sea and comprises of some of the most varied and scenic landscapes on earth and often referred to as the shape of a boot. The whole country is relatively prosperous much of which is to do with tourism. The intellectual and moral faculties of humankind have found a welcome home in Italy.
Italy is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, in particular the Adriatic Sea to the north east and the Ionian Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea to the southwest and the Ligurian Sea to the Northwest.
Explore the long string of offshore islands, season with Italian food and its easy to see why many motor cruisers choose to cruise these coasts, crowding in peak season (Mid July to Late August).
The marinas vary in costs with most being a little on the higher side, however, there are more than enough anchorages to keep the overall moorings costs low. Free Berths are available for guests but are filled quickly in peak season so booking ahead is a must.
Services are excellent in the north area, with a large number of marina repair shops and many being suitable for wintering afloat or ashore. From the French boarder to La Spezia, sailing can be done easily in a day.
Overall, the perfect getaway, offering culture of the great Italian cities, offshore islands and impeccable yacht support with a dash of mouth-watering Italian cuisine.