Liguria and Tuscany are resort islands that are popular with tourists from all over the world. There is a special atmosphere of tranquility, the varied nature of the Mediterranean, and the colorful Golfo dei Poeti bay.
The Liguria region is located between the French Riviera and the Tuscan coast. It was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Tuscany is located slightly to the south. It includes a beautiful coastline and islands from the Tuscan archipelago.
Sailing trip in Liguria and Toscana
Comfortable bays on the rocky coast, many marinas with parking areas, a developed touristic infrastructure, private yacht charters, a bay with a centuries-old history — everything here invites you to explore the beauty of the Mediterranean from a completely different angle.
Toscana is located in the heart of sunny Italy. Liguria borders Toscana in the Northwest. You can get here from the airport of Rimini or another tourist center of the country, and then use a taxi or a shuttle bus.
The pearl of Liguria is the Cinque Terre National Natural Park (Five Lands), which is on the UNESCO heritage list. 5 small villages of the XII century have retained their identity, culture, architecture and traditions. If your plans include not only yacht leasing, there are great conditions for diving and surfing here.
The Liguria region stretches along the entire coast of the Ligurian Sea and the northern part of the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is called the Italian Riviera.
In Liguria, you will receive a pleasant climate, beautiful nature, clear sea, rich cultural and historical heritage, specific architecture, excellent cuisine, and a variety of entertainment. The capital of Liguria is Genoa. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. The port is the busiest here. Among the major attractions, we recommend seeing the cities of La Spezia, Savona, Imperia, and Sanremo
The capital of the Tuscany region is Florence. This city was created during the Renaissance. It is located on the Arno River in the center of the region. The main locations and maritime centers on the Tuscan coast are Livorno, Castiglioncello, Piombino, and Follonica.
To the west of Tuscany, between the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Seas, there is an archipelago of seven islands. We recommend visiting it on your yacht trip. The largest island in the archipelago is Elba.