The possibilities offered by a Mediterranean sailing holiday are limitless. From the thousand Islands of Croatia’s Adriatic Coast, to the secluded anchorages of southern Turkey, the rich culture of Italy and the ancient history of Greece, it’s no wonder that a sailing holiday in the Mediterranean is a constant favourite.
Whether you are in search of sleepy fishing villages with traditional restaurants or modern resorts and glamorous nightclubs, whether you are keen on art and antiquities or watersports and nightclubs, you will find what you are looking for on a Mediterranean sailing holiday.
Sunsail’s bases in Greece offer the opportunity to explore the fabulous sailing grounds of the Ionian and Saronic Gulf. The stunning landscape of Greece is the perfect backdrop to a holiday. Take in ancient sites and modern resorts, quiet ports and bustling towns. Everywhere you visit you will find a welcome as sunny as the climate.
There is something inherently glamorous and sophisticated about Italy. With dreamy light and dramatic volcanic landscapes, sites of antiquity and renaissance art and architecture to explore, not to mention the amazing food to be enjoyed everywhere from the simplest pizzeria to the finest of fine dining restaurants, it’s no wonder that Italians are so besotted with their country that most of them choose to holiday at home!
If you haven’t been to Croatia before then you’re in for a treat! As a Mediterranean yacht charter or flotilla destination Croatia’s effortless blend of history and hipness make it somewhere with universal appeal. Sunsail’s fleet in Croatia is its most modern in Europe, making a sailing holiday in Croatia a favourite with yachtsmen and women who know a good thing when they see it.
A sailing holiday in Turkey gives charterers the opportunity to explore the wonderful coasts, rich in sites of historic interest interspersed with unspoilt anchorages, timeless fishing villages and some bustling towns with sophisticated shopping and vibrant nightlife.
The magic of Majorca lies within the variety the island has to offer, whether it is for the typical old Mediterranean fishing harbours or the mega-marinas, where some of the most beautiful yachts in the world can be seen, or for the steep slopes of the impressive mountain range of the Tramuntana or the long sandy beaches indented with secluded coves.