Go on a tour of Maremma and Versilia, taking off from the exclusive shopping hub of Portofino, passing by the islands of Elba and Capraia to discover the medieval beauty of their villages. You will love the mix of fun and nature on a Tuscany yacht charter.
When you leave Liguria (after the obligatory stop in Cinque Terre), Tuscany is within easy reach. The land of poets and the Renaissance is a truly one-of-a-kind terrain, whose rich historical, cultural, and natural attractions make for a special experience on a luxury charter.
Take Viareggio. This small town that is known worldwide for its Art Nouveau architecture and Carnival animated by colorful floats, presents a large stretch of pearl-white sand that is great to hit for an afternoon of swimming and sunbathing. This is also where the locals take off to reach their villas in Chianti, or a lovely weekend at sea on a boat with every amenity.
A few kilometers off the coast is the island of Elba that is included in the Arcipelago Toscano National Park with Pianosa, Capraia, Montecristo, Giannutri, and Giglio. With their rugged shorelines peppered with small beaches, afford hours of wonderful isolation to those who like to steer clear of the crowd.
Elba has many beautiful beaches, like busy Biodola and Spiaggia di Cavoli in Marina di Campo, and the pebbly Portoferraio and Capo Bianco. Cruisers looking for untouched wild spots love Patresi and Capo Sant’Andrea.
It is impossible to fully experience a yacht cruise in the Tuscan Archipelago without stopping in Porto Santo Stefano. You can enjoy a tour of the Argentario from the comfort of your chartered boat without missing any of the attractions that these spots have to offer. Their evocative sands satisfy even the most demanding travellers.The must-visit beaches? Certainly Giannella, Bagni di Domiziano (also known as Bagni dei Gerini), and the pebbly Soda, Pozzarello, and Bionda.