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Aeolian Islands/Amalfi Coast/Sardinia

Italy is surrounded by one of the most dramatic coastlines in Europe. Coupled with its deep Roman past it makes for an exceptional cruising destination.

Choose Sardinia for its chic and classy residents, simply stunning scenery, and its gastronomic delights. The island is known for its legendary Costa Smeralda or the “Emerald Coast” but is also full of other places to discover that truly make Sardinia a sailing paradise.

Or sail the Aeolian islands, off the coast of Sicily, for a collection of dramatic islands and dormant volcanoes that rise theatrically from the sea. Set a course for Stromboli and marvel at the scale and lava-spewing force of Europe’s second-largest active volcano.

Choose the famous Almalfi coast for sheer cliffs complemented by a rugged shoreline dotted with small beaches ideal for exploring. 

Aeolian islands

Why the Aeolian Islands?

Some of the most dramatic volcanic coastline in Europe.


Savour the finest food that Europe has to offer.


See lava spew out of a live Volcano at night.

Lots of beautiful hikes if you want to.


Go wine tasting at wineries planted on the slopes of dormant volcanoes.


Calm seas and shorter distances make for an easy sailing experience.


Cover yourself in healing mud from a volcanic spring.

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Aeolian Route


Day 1 - Vulcano

Sail off into the sunset from the mainland before arriving at the stunning island of Vulcano for a starlit dinner in a bay on the southern tip of the island. Get ready for an epic day once the sun comes up!


Day 2-Porto di Levante

Hike up to the top of this dormant volcano to see its steaming sulfur vents as well as some incredible views of Lipari. Once you're done, go for an epic Italian lunch in one of the many stunningly delicious restaurants of this island chain.


Day 3 - Lipari

Relax in the turquoise waters of Capo Rosso before heading off to explore the wonderful town of Lipari and enjoy some more of the finest food Italy has to offer. Hike up to the fort for some magical views of the town.


Day 4 - Panarea

Swim under the dramatic cliffs of Isola di Basiluzzo before heading into Panarea to explore this quaint town's winding streets. This is a fantastic shopping destination as well as a good night out if you're looking to dust off those dancing shoes.


Day 5 - Stromboli

After a day of exploring various epic Aeolian beaches, sail at night to cruise past the fantastic light show initiated by one of the few active volcanoes in Europe. It is truly a memorable experience and something you won't forget!


Day 6 - Salina

Rent quad bikes for the day and explore the beautiful cliffside island of Salina, culminating with lunch inside the collapsed Volcanic crater of Pollara. Head back to the boat before an epic evening of wine tasting at Capofaro. You can see Stromboli erupting in the distance on a clear day!

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Day 7 - Portorosa

Stop off at the mud baths of Vulcano for a cleansing experience before the final sail back to Portorosa for one last beautiful Italian dinner and goodbye. Many of our guests stay for a couple of days to explore the Sicilian mainland 

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