Italian Riviera

Over the centuries, villagers have built terraces with olive groves and grape vines on the steep hillside right up to the cliffs that overlook the Mediterranean Sea. A co-op has been set up for farmers to profitably grow basil, garlic and pine nuts to produce local pesto. You can taste it in village restaurants, along with the area’s wines, freshly caught fish and local lemons – used in a favorite of the region, Limoncello – a sweet lemony liqueur.

Getting to Cinque Terre is an adventure in itself and definitely worth the effort.

Examples of 2 yachts available on the Italian Riviera this Summer:

DEBRA ONE 74 Feet. Based in the northern town of San Remo, you can easily zip to Monaco or down the coast to Cinque Terre to explore the small isolated villages that are still accessible only on foot – or by boat. This 4 cabin yacht is a great platform for water sports as well with crew who know the local hot spots for evenings ashore.
Sleeps 8 Guests in 2 Double(s), 2 Twin(s)
Online brochure and Rates

FEEL SO GOOD 62 Feet. Sailing catamarans have begun to hit the Italian coastline from the Caribbean, this new Lagoon is fresh and modern. The perfect platform for up to 8 guests and well-priced.
Sleeps 8 Guests in 1 King(s), 3 Queen(s)
Online brochure and Rates