Start from the cradle of the Gulf of Naples, passing through the Faraglioni of Capri, a stop for your well-being in the thermal waters of Ischia to get to the relax of the Pontine Islands.

Between the Gulf of Naples and that of Gaeta opens the scenario for the perfect cruise: Capri, with its elegant streets, Ischia, with the thermal waters and gardens, Procida and Vivara, with the crystal clear sea and then Ponza, for those who want sea ​​and glamor, Palmarola and Ventotene, for lovers of wild nature.

Between the Gulf of Naples and that of Gaeta opens an authentic wonderland for those who want to sail aboard a rental yacht: the Archipelago of the Bells and the Pontine Islands await the traveler to enchant him with their beauty and hospitality.

Starting from a city like Naples, rich in history and art, fun and the pleasures that have conquered travelers since the times of the nineteenth century Grand Tour, one might think of being already satisfied by a holiday. But it would be a mistake, because a few miles of navigation awaits you the Campano Archipelago, which includes the Flegree islands – Ischia, Procida, Vivara and Nisida – and Capri.

The beauty of these islands is evidenced by the flow of tourism that has made them famous in the world, but those who choose to rent a luxury yacht offer something more: a great variety of proposals that satisfy the most mundane and the most shy of surfers, the one who loves nature and excursions and the one who seeks nightlife and nightlife. Just move a little, sometimes from one coast to the other of the same island, to discover worlds that are very different from each other. A little further north, in front of the Gulf of Gaeta, another archipelago, that of the Pontine (or Ponziane) emerges from the waters. Ponza and Ventotene are the largest, the first is also inhabited during the winter, the second is part, together with the islet of Santo Stefano of a Marine Protected Area. These are places characterized by lush nature and jagged coastline interspersed with bays and caves. Much loved by scuba divers, they offer natural ravines and shipwrecks with colonies of fish and marine plants that have populated them. Rich in history and finds, they are also a destination for archeology enthusiasts.