Time Zone : GMT+2
Capital City : ROME
Sailing Season : April to November
Sardinia & Corsica
Sardinia & Corsica, Portisco, Cannigione
Sicily, Capo, Furnari, Palermo
Tyrrhenian sea, Rome, Salermo, Procida
General Sailing Conditions
Temp : 26°c
Wind : 7 - 12 knts
Rain fall : nil
Italy is one of the most versatile and stunning destinations in Mediterranean Sea. With its crystal clear waters, enchanting beaches, picturesque coastline and historic villages it is a must for every sailor who enjoys peaceful sailing. From island hopping, snorkelling, swimming or simply visit white sandy beaches your sailing adventure to Italy will be unforgettable.
Discover Sardinia & Corsica
With more than 1800 km of coastline Sardinia is one of the most popular sailing destinations. Get on board and start your sailing adventure through Maddalena archipelago and across to Corsica's rocky beaches, bays and hidden coves.
Sicily is the biggest island in Mediterranean sea, a true paradise for all sailors and home to one of the most up-and-coming boating destinations, the Aegadian Islands. Its crystal clear waters, the gorgeous sunshine and the history of this picturesque island will satisfy every demanding sailor.
Discover Tyrrhenian Sea
Tyrrhenian Sea is located west of Italy, between the mainland and the islands of Corsica, Sardinia and Sicily. An absolute sailing paradise with a large number of islands with stunning coastline, sun - kissed beaches, gorgeous landscape and amazing culture.
Sardinia & Corsica Locations
Sardinia - Portisco, Caprera, Isola Santo Stefano
Corsica - Macinaggio, Bonifacio
Islands - Aegadian islands
Cities - Palermo, Agrigento, Syracuse
Tyrrhenian Sea Location
Islands - Tuscan Archipelago, Aeolian islands
Islands - Elba, Capraia, Pianosa, Capri
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