A voyage in the Tuscany Maremma and Versilia and its landscapes. Starting from the exclusive Portofino, with its shopping, passing through the Island of Elba and Capraia and entering into its medieval villages. Relaxation, nature and fun for a tour that will make you fall in love.

The whole world of those who love luxury and travel the world on board of elegant yachts can meet at any time of the year in the characteristic port of Portofino. An elegant and refined yacht parade that becomes a show for the eyes of those who love to arrive in this destination of international luxury. Luxury boutiques that animate its reserved streets, refined cafes in which to stop between a purchase and the other, exclusive bars and restaurants to have fun and enjoy the good life: Portofino fascinates for its villas surrounded by the green of the Mediterranean that seems sprout in every corner of the village. The famous square has become, over time, a true meeting place of the habitués who season the locality with particularity and energy. Portofino, however, offers not only worldliness to those who visit: under the small promontory, in fact, there is an exclusive marine protected area, an ideal place for lovers of nature and scuba diving.

Leaving behind the beautiful Liguria and its Cinque Terre on board your yacht charter you arrive, in a short time, in the land of poets and the Renaissance: Tuscany. With a naturalistic, historical and cultural heritage so out of the ordinary, it is possible to live a truly unique experience of relaxation and pleasure. The bucolic charm of its castles, historic houses and medieval villages immersed in nature makes this land a perfect destination for yacht charter and a tour to its best known and lesser-known locations. A perfect example is Viareggio: well known for its Carnival, the colorful allegorical papier-mâché carriages and the Art Nouveau buildings, the city has a wide expanse of white sand ideal for a dip and a regenerating afternoon spent sunbathing. Ideal port of departure for those who own a charming villa in Chianti and who wants to spend some pleasant weekend by the sea or simply those who want to experience this experience. Just 10 kilometers from the coast is the island of Elba, the largest of the Tuscan archipelago. Together with Pianosa, Capraia, Montecristo, Giannutri and the island of Giglio they form the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago. Characterized by rugged coastline and small beaches that hide from view like little jewels and transparent waters, the island of Elba and its smaller sisters are ideal for sea lovers. Outside the usual routes without being cut off from the world, the islands of the Tuscan archipelago are a truly fascinating destination that offers a great variety of activities to do: hiking or mountain biking, diving or scuba diving.

The island of Elba, in particular, is a delicate group of beaches to explore and present an extreme variety. Among the most beautiful beaches of Elba it is impossible to ignore the sandy beaches of La Biodola and Cavoli in Marina di Campo, better known and frequented, and the pebble beaches of Portoferraio and Capo Bianco. Patresi and Capo Sant’Andrea, then, are ideal for those who love wild and uncontaminated landscapes. Taking a tour on board a luxury yacht, discovering all the rocky bays that characterize the Elba coast, is an experience not to be missed. It is impossible to fully experience a cruise in the waters of the Tuscan archipelago without visiting Porto Santo Stefano. You can enjoy a complete tour of the Argentario, comfortably on board the chartered vessel and do not miss anything of what this resort offers. A succession of the most suggestive beaches of the archipelago await those who choose this destination: every beach meets the tastes of yachtsmen, even the most demanding. The beaches of the Giannella, the Baths of Domitian (or of the Gerini), the small pebbles of the Soda and the Pozzarello, the cove of the Bionda are just some of the most beautiful beaches of the Argentario.