Author: Antonia Tomašić
The diverse nightlife scene of the island has been famous for years now. Clubs, DJs, dancing and wild parties have been the image we all have in mind at the mention of the island’s name. But what would it be like to just sail to your favorite club, moor in front of it and party the night away?
Marmaris is a very popular sailing destination in Turkey. When you arrive there, you will want to try traditional Turkish food. We recommend the Deniz Kizi restaurant in the small village of Sögüt in the Marmaris province. Their menu includes daily fresh fish and seafood, as well traditional dishes.
La Scaletta is a restaurant, a snack and café bar and also a gelateria and pasticceria. The guests enjoy the simple, yet exquisite taste of Mediterranean food. The restaurant was featured in Jamie Oliver’s special “Jamie’s Great Italian Escape”.
The island of Crete is a wonderful sailing destination as it has many lovely bays and coves with clear turquoise waters so wherever you decide to go, you won’t regret it. However, we recommend to set your sails and visit gulf of Mirabello, Spinalonga Island, Heraklion, Rethymnon and Gramvoussa Island & Balos Lagoon.
Usually set on small distant islands, the lighthouses are not the first thing that comes to mind when you think about a sailing vacation in Croatia. But it would be a shame to miss exploring them from the sea when you have the perfect means to do it – your charter yacht.
A typically Mediterranean climate awaits you there with hot and sunny summers and mild winters and we recommend you charter a yacht in May or October, as the weather is very nice but you will avoid mass tourist sprees.
The Greek Blue Cup, an international sailing regatta taking place annually in the Argosaronic Gulf, is not just a sailing race. It is a popular event gathering sailing enthusiasts from all over the world who come together to enjoy both sailing and socializing with many who share their interests.
Sardinia is the second largest island in Italy and the Mediterranean. Set between Europe and Africa, it displays the influences of both in its incredible nature and interesting culture. As it is a quite large island, a sailing journey around its entire coast takes up a lot of time, so we recommend you go at it one section at a time.
This small country in the south of the Adriatic has only 293 km of coastline, but truly much to see along it. The larger cities on the coast are home to the five main (and only) marinas in Montenegro: Herceg Novi, Kotor, Tivat, Budva and Bar.
Large cliffs and turquoise waters, secludes beaches and hidden caves – Malta abounds in exquisite natural attractions. Due to its rich history, it has many interesting cultural and architectural sights on shore, so whatever you decide to do on your charter vacation – whether it’s just swimming and sunbathing or sightseeing – Malta is one of the most beautiful sailing spots in the Mediterranean.