All about sailboat hire in Italy
Italy is the land of saints and sailors! But also the land of tourists, hoteliers, artists, inventors, cooks and athletes! Italy has always been a fantastic place full of treasures and diversity. Many of these treasures are famous all around the world, while others are more hidden and wait for some intrepid to discover them and enjoy them in peace. For these reasons, come and discover the most paradisiac and wild corners of the Italian coasts. But how can you do that? Renting a sailboat is definitely the most natural and adventurous way to explore. With wind in the stern, let the adventure begin!
What to do in Italy
Renting a sailboat remains one of the most common choices for sailors that are looking for an adventurous and liberating holiday. Taking advantage of the winds to reach the most hidden corners of famous locations and being able to enjoy them in peace is an incredible experience.
One of the favourite destinations for sailors is certainly Tuscany
, appreciated for the beauty of the Argentario promontory, the Tuscan archipelago and the Island of Elba are real paradises for those who are looking for coves accessible only by boat.
is another destination that is worth sailing on a sailboat. The classical culture and the rich gastronomy that make it famous are present not only along the entire coast of the island, but also in the numerous groups of islands that surround it, such as Le Eolie and Le Egadi.
Climate in Italy
Italy is characterized by a great variety of climates and temperatures, which vary not only between the north and south of the country, but also between the Tyrrhenian coast and the Adriatic coast. In general, the temperate climate of the peninsula makes it an excellent environment for navigation; above all, the center and the islands are perfect for those who decide to spend their holidays on a boat, due to the fact that there is a good weather all year long. Those who decide to rent a sailboat or a catamaran, can be sure that the winds will take where they want to go: the Mistral and the Grecale will impetuously push your boat to new destinations.
How to get to Italy
Reaching the port where you decide to rent the sailboat is not going to be a hard task. Italy has the advantage of being in the center of Europe and is therefore easily reachable. If you come from Italy and you prefer to move by train, the Frecce of Trenitalia will take you easily to the main Italian cities. On the other hand, if you want to get there by flight, the airports of Roma-Fiumicino, Milano-Linate, Napoli-Capodichino and Catania Fontanarossa are probably your best options.