Nothing compares to a private luxury yacht charter vacation in the Mediterranean; breathtaking mountainous views, glistening azure waters, picturesque coastal towns, fine well-sheltered marinas… This stunning region has something to offer every taste and every age.
From mesmerizing underwater caves to high rocky cliffs and astonishing mountain villages and towns, Greece is blessed with heavenly beautiful attractions that everyone should definitely add to their bucket list, but make sure to put the islands of Santorini and Mykonos on top!
For a luxury yacht charter in Greece, you may like to choose luxury catamaran Selene
It’s no surprise that Italy is one of the Mediterranean’s most popular yacht charter destinations. It is where you can experience the authentic Mediterranean lifestyle and cuisine and enjoy the charm of the natural landscapes and views. Among the best spots, there, there are Sardinia and Sicily, two of the most captivating islands that are really perfect for relaxing.
Luxury yacht CAPPUCCINO is in Italy all year round
Offering some of the most charming stretches of coastline, Croatia is a truly fantastic place to explore by yacht. There are plenty of exciting activities to do and eye-catching things to see, there. In a word, you will never get tired of discovering it!
You may like to charter luxury custom sailing yacht AIAXAIA in Croatia
Whether travelling with your family or friends, in France, there is a perfect fit for everyone. Endowed with countless dazzling places—perhaps the most renowned ones of them are Cannes and Monaco—this amazing land is considered by many yachtsmen and women as one of the most prestigious yacht charter destinations, not only in the Mediterranean but also in the whole world.
Spain is best known for its historical richness and architectural uniqueness. It is, also, home to some of the world’s most breathtaking islands, such as Menorca, Ibiza, and Mallorca, and draw many vacationers from around the globe, especially in summers.
Located south of Turkey and Greece, Cyprus is, in fact, the third largest and third most populous island in the Mediterranean Sea—after the Italian islands of Sicily and Sardinia. It has many UNESCO-listed churches and monuments and today is considered a major tourist destination in the region.
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