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The captivatingly rugged island of Corsica is nestled in the azure Mediterranean Sea, just west of mainland Italy, with France to the north and Sardinia to the south.

As the birthplace of exiled Napoleon, Corsica maintains a robust national identity, and the unmistakable French influences on architecture and lifestyle here add to its charm.

Chartering a luxury yacht offers you the opportunity to explore this island’s natural harbors, secluded beaches, and charming seaside towns at your own pace.

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Embark on a journey where medieval charm meets modern allure as you sail through a majestic fjord into Bonifacio’s enchanting harbor. Discover a town steeped in history with its clifftop citadel from the 9th century and a labyrinth of narrow streets offering breathtaking sea vistas.

Explore the heart of the walled town center, where culinary delights await at world-class dining destinations like Chef Davide Bissetto’s acclaimed restaurant at Casadelmar hotel, boasting 2 Michelin stars. Indulge in the finest French cuisine this side of Paris.

For a taste of local flavors, visit Stella d’Oro, a charming family-run spot renowned for delicacies like stuffed mussels.

Nature enthusiasts will find endless adventures nearby. Paddle along the limestone cliffs on a kayak excursion to the romantic Cave of Lovers, illuminated by natural heart-shaped skylights in the rock. Or simply unwind on Palombaggia beach, ranked among Europe’s top ten, for a leisurely afternoon in paradise.


Your Corsican yacht charter experience reaches its pinnacle with a visit to Ile Cavallo. From the water, the coastline presents a stunning vista of verdant flora and rugged cliffs.

A must-see in the Mediterranean, Ile Cavallo is frequented by elite figures and has limited access for yachts and tourists. The renowned Hotel & Spa des Pecheurs also calls this place home, boasting a cutting-edge wellness center nestled among fragrant plants and a private beach.

To preserve Cavallo Island’s delicate ecosystem, cars are completely banned, and travel is restricted to walking or biking.

After enjoying a specially prepared breakfast on your yacht, indulge in a day of snorkeling and soak up the tranquil ambiance of this enchanting locale.


This Italian island stands as the largest in the Tuscan archipelago, just a short day’s sail from Corsica’s east coast. Portoferraio serves as the main town, and its marina offers the perfect starting point to explore the vibrant painted houses and shops ashore.

Yet, Elba boasts more than just Portoferraio. A well-chosen anchorage provides an intimate experience of yacht life. Picture spending an evening in Forno Bay, with Corsica’s silhouette in the distance and a bottle of local Muscat on deck.

Elba hosts numerous picturesque beaches: whether you prefer the bleached pebbles of Sorgente or the fine golden sands of Sant’Andrea, the choice is yours.


One of Corsica’s liveliest and trendiest towns, Porto Vecchio sits just a short distance along the coast from Bonifacio.

The streets are brimming with chic boutiques and high-end designer outlets. It’s also a hub for luxurious superyachts, but if you’re looking to explore inland for a day, a trip to Cavu Valley and its natural springs is a must.

Porto Vecchio is famed for its stunning beaches like Cala Rossa and Tarco to the south. A wide array of water sports, from jet skiing to scuba diving, are readily available nearby.


Ajaccio is a city of grandeur and historical significance, famously known as the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte in the late 18th century. It still retains its aristocratic Genoese heritage, offering a blend of rich history and scenic beauty.

History enthusiasts can delve into the wonders of Maison Bonaparte, while nature lovers can explore the breathtaking trails of Capo Rosso and Aitone Forest.

For culinary enthusiasts, indulge in local charcuterie at charming cafes dotting the main square, Piazza Foch. Sunseekers will find bliss at the idyllic beaches nearby, with Isolella Beach on the southern side of the Gulf of Ajaccio offering a serene escape from the crowds.

Would you like to experience the allure of Ajaccio’s beauty and history aboard a luxurious yacht? Discover the city’s charms from a unique perspective on the azure waters, blending adventure and relaxation seamlessly.


This island has everything you need for an unforgettable yacht rental itinerary.

Sardinia offers an incredible charter experience with its sun-drenched rocky coasts, secluded swimming coves, expansive white sand beaches, and vast nature reserves spanning coast to coast.


Most luxury yacht charter itineraries typically commence in the lavish town of Porto Cervo, the dazzling hub of Costa Smeralda, where pristine cliffs showcase their allure along the sparkling coastline. Porto Cervo boasts a cosmopolitan vibe, with chic boutiques, high-end fashion stores, and top-notch restaurants.

Come evening, the city metamorphoses into a vibrant metropolis, with trendy nightclubs and beachfront parties resonating well into the night. A must-visit spot along Costa Smeralda’s waters is the famed bay of Cala di Volpe.


Continuing south along the stunning coastline and into the bay of Cala di Volpe, one of the most renowned destinations for mega yachts, set sail for a short voyage to another remarkable location. One of Sardinia’s hidden gems is the charming city of Olbia.

This picturesque town retains its authentic charm and is not as crowded with tourists during the summer months. Known for its medieval San Simplicio basilica, the Museo Archeologico di Olbio, and the Holy Well of Sa Testa, Olbia offers a humbling and enriching experience that can easily fill a day.


Head northwest to the stunning La Maddalena archipelago, a tranquil retreat away from bustling Porto Cervo. Here, discover pristine beaches and crystal-clear lagoons untouched by crowds.

Explore the deserted islands of La Maddalena for unparalleled snorkeling experiences, unmatched anywhere else in the world. These islands are rich in history and mythological charm, adding to their captivating beauty.

Venture further west to explore Neptune’s Grotto, a mesmerizing cave system adorned with illuminated stalactite and stalagmite formations. Guided tours offer enchanting insights, or dive into the underwater paradise at sites like Nereo Cave for scuba enthusiasts.


After a day spent exploring the shimmering coastline, anchor at several stunning spots before returning to the charming port of Alghero, steeped in Catalan influence. Indulge in delectable cuisines like grilled cod with pine nuts, savory stews, fire-roasted lamb, and an array of seafood delicacies. Don’t miss desserts featuring Catalan cream on the menu.

To delve deeper into Sardinia’s ancient history, venture a short ride inland to Palmavera. Here, the prehistoric Bronze Age Nuraghe ruins, dating back to 1500 BC, await. The complex comprises interconnected towers, many still remarkably intact.

On your way back to port, make a delightful stop at one of the local osterias for handmade pastas paired with Italy’s finest wines. Sardinia’s allure as a premier yacht charter destination is heightened by its authentic Italian eateries dotting the island.

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