Known as the land of palette-pleased food, gorgeous scenery, and rich history, Italy is one of the most sought-after destinations for every type of traveler. From the foodie to the adventurous soul to the honeymooner, Italy has something for everyone. Yes, Italy is known as a foodie’s paradise, but it holds many more secrets than just hundreds of different types of dishes that will make you come back for seconds.
Italy is subdivided into twenty different regions, all of which are home to stunning landscapes that include bustling cities, rustic countrysides, coastal towns, and even islands. In the south of Italy, where most of our charters embark, travelers can enjoy romantic islands and stunning shoreline views. Naples is a city full of history and is located nearby Mount Vesuvius, a still-active volcano that destroyed the Roman town of Pompeii. Further down the coast, each town and island provides its own unique flavor, experience, and sights. Capri is a cosmopolitan island known for its luxurious offerings, while Ischia is known for its Greek mythology dating back to the 5th century. Then there is the toe of Italy’s boot, also known as Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean Seas. Italy is a destination that you can repeatedly enjoy, surprising you with every new visit, and it is exciting to see on board a chartered boat.
The best time to visit Italy is between May and September, which is also the peak season. July and August are the hottest, busiest, and most expensive months. If you are looking to avoid the crowds, you can still visit the country during shoulder seasons: April-May and September-October. During these months, the weather is still warm, but the crowds are more manageable.
The South of Italy is known for its stunning coastline, medieval towns, and islands. From gorgeous white-sand beaches to blue-green grottos, a charter yacht trip in the south of Italy is a must, especially if you plan on going island hopping. The coastline between Naples and Sicily is home to several breath-taking islands, including the Aeolian Islands, Capri, and Procida.
If you want to learn more about Italy, we recommend that you take a look at Visit Italy, the official tourism website of the country, for more information about what to do as well as up-to-date information about COVID-19 entry requirements.
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