Sailboat Charter in Calabria

  1. Oceanis 48 - Beneteau (Classic)Tropea
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 5 cab
    Berths 10
    Engine ---
    Draught 2.15m
    Size 48ft
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    from2 450 €*from 13/02 to 20/02View details
  2. Sun Odyssey 389 - Jeanneau (Classic)Tropea
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine ---
    Draught 2.05m
    Size 38ft
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    from1 470 €*from 20/02 to 27/02View details
  3. Sun Odyssey 51 - Jeanneau (1992)Tropea
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8+1
    Engine 86hp
    Draught 1.95m
    Size 50ft
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    from3 400 €*from 17/10 to 24/10View details
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Unmissable towns and regions to visit during your sailboat charter in Calabria

Direction Sicily: Head for Cefalu!

After strolling along the main street, admire the colourful alleys where Sicilian life takes on its full meaning. Immerse yourself in the daily life of this maritime village full of character: check out its imposing cathedral and incredible cliffs. Cefalu has a rich history and legacy. Corso Ruggero is the main artery of the old quarter, it is lined with beautiful palaces and baroque churches on both sides of the course, you will even find elegant shops and you can admire the old town from the port. Before leaving Cefalu don't miss the Mandralisca museum bastion of Capo Marchiafava, the medieval wash houses and the Osterio Magno palace.

Palermo

Be sure to visit Palermo and discover its ancient architecture dating back to the Greco-Roman period and retouched by the Byzantine civilisation. The historic heart of the region, Palermo is home to a large number of colonial buildings, including the Norman Palace and the Palatine Chapel, which bears witness to the various influences of the Roman, Arab and Norman invasions. The Church of San Giovanni degli Eremiti and the Church of San Cataldo are other examples of the traces left by the Byzantine civilisation. Nearby Piazza Carmine, don't miss the Ballario market where you will find everything you need. Then head for the beautiful town of San Vito Lo Capo. Here, you will be able to admire a breath-taking landscape between sea, mountains and pristine beaches.

Heading for the islands: Sardinia and Elba Island

A charter in Italy would be incomplete without a visit to the main islands like Sardinia, Sicily or Elba. Take advantage of your sailboat charter in Calabria to discover these Mediterranean jewels. As Sardinia is located in a particularly windy region, a sailing trip is the best way to get around the island. The island of Elba is located only 10 kilometres from the Tuscan Riviera. The island offers everything for an excellent holiday; it is a good choice for both active tourists and travellers looking for some rest and relaxation. Thanks to the unique climate, the summer season starts in mid-April and lasts until mid-October. Great landmarks located all over the island make recreation on picturesque beaches even more incredible.

Venture towards Northern Italy… Visit Liguria

In the northern part of Italy, the region of Liguria can be visited by motorboat as well as by sailboat or catamaran. Scuba diving lovers can take advantage of the various anchorages along the way to explore the seabed. If you choose a sailboat charter in Calabria with an on-board crew, you will be able to devote more time to your favourite water-based activities. We highly recommend a snorkelling tour through the Cinque Terre Marine Park – a truly unforgettable experience!

Calabria sailing conditions

With an average water temperature of 22° Celsius and lengthy summer period lasting from May to September, Italy has one of the most favourable climates in Europe.In the Tuscany region, the prevailing wind in July/August is westerly to north-westerly, while the island of Elba more commonly has a south-easterly wind.In regions bordering the Tyrrhenian Sea such as Rome, Naples and Calabria, winds are generally light in summer. There is are a couple of sea and land breezes, with a south-westerly to south-easterly wind blowing in the afternoon and dying off in the evening. Fleeting gales are common in spring and autumn.

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