Bavaria Cruiser 34 - Bavaria (2017)Marina d'ArechiCabins 3 cabBerths 6+1Engine 1x28hpDraught 1.95mSize 33ftfrom 865 €740 €*from 06/01 to 13/01View detailsonline booking
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Just one look at the incredibly vibrant coastal architecture in Salerno will render you speechless. Here, the vast blue ocean and the excellent weather render this corner of Italy simply breathtaking. With dramatic cliffs providing an impressive backdrop for your sailing trip, this location is perfect for further exploration of the Amalfi Coast. Chartering a yacht in this popular destination opens a world of history, tradition, flavoursome food, and gorgeous scenery. The promenade is renowned for its unique curb appeal, with an expert infusion of modern architecture respectfully complimenting the centuries old buildings which line the streets of the city and overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Sailing in Salerno
It is no wonder that Salerno is quicky increasing in popularity with those looking to charter a yacht in the Mediterranean. With gentle breezes and calm sailing conditions, this is the perfect place to relax, unwind, and soak in the view. The sun seems to always shine in this region, with temperatures in July and August peaking around 30°C (although the weather is equally as enjoyable from March to October). The great sunny spells mean the water temperature is perfect for a quick dip or snorkel. Salerno’s strongest winds hail from north west in the first half of the year, then switching to an easterly wind for the late summer months and into autumn.
Best Things to See and Do in Salerno
Trieste Lungomare and the Harbour
You could spend days just taking in your surroundings as you stroll along the promenade in Salerno. The view from your chartered yacht is even better, with the palm trees on the shoreline and the mountainous surroundings proving to be some of the best views in the city. Decorated in abundance with street art, monuments and fountains, there is certainly immense history associated with this walkway. The harbour is equally as fascinating, with a lively presence and bustling atmosphere showing true Salerno life in all its glory. The importance of maritime trade and leisure is never clearer than in this region, a perfect starting point during your sailing holiday.
Cathedral of San Matteo
Possibly the focal point of the city of Salerno, this impressive and imposing building casts a shadow over the city. Its unique and stunning construction is adorned with statues and mosaics from forgotten era, even as far back as the 12th century. It is one of the best places to learn more about the history of this city during your yacht charter holiday, with intriguing notes of interest scattered throughout the site. An exemplary display of the dedication to religion and artwork at the time, the cathedral is one of the most famous in Italy and is always top of the list of things to do for anyone on a sailing holiday in Salerno.
Sail to Amalfi
Continue to explore the stunning Italian region with a trip to nearby Amalfi. Here, the photo opportunities are endless with stunning sunshine highlighting some of the most impressive views of the Mediterranean. A combination of impressive buildings, historical marvels and colourful waterfronts renders Salerno’s close neighbour an ideal location to sail on your chartered yacht. The beach may not be the largest, but its simplicity is what makes it so attractive. A truly simple life can be found here with amazing bars and taverns being the perfect social hotspot for any sailors coming from Salerno. With some incredible natural beauty complimenting an already exquisite location, this is a truly unforgettable corner of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Salerno’s Finest Cuisines
Of course, a sailing holiday in Salerno would not be complete without sampling some of the decadent and distinctive food on offer here. The climate has created perfect conditions for a variety of fruits and vegetables to flourish, including the Fico Bianco del Cilento (an intense white fig packing a punch). Some of the best olive oil in the Mediterranean can be found here too thanks to the unique weather of Salerno. Perhaps the most well-known of these olive oils comes from Cilento, which will be used in abundance in restaurants throughout the region. One popular food for people who have chartered a yacht in the region before is Soppressata di Ricigliano, an expertly prepared sausage with spices and great flavour.
How to Get to Salerno
Salerno’s closest airport is Salerno-Amalfi Airport, which is a new and growing airport operating some smaller routes and some larger European routes. Alternatively, you can avail of Naples Capodichino Airport, which offers international routes which increase in frequency during the high season. Connections from this airport to your yacht charter destination are cheap via bus or train links. You can also choose to get a ferry which is in use along the Amalfi Coast. Taxis and airport transfers are also in operation in this region.
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