Yachting Croatia

Sailing Amalfi Coast

Yachting in Croatia Crew has stretched out from the Adriatic and explored for you the Tyrrhenian Sea. The outcome of the quest is the route along the Italian coast leading you from Napoli, along the coast visiting wonders such as Amalfi, Sorrento, Positano or Capri. Join the team and experience the best of melting pot of European artists and cosmopolites of the late 19th century.  



Napoli

The Italian experience starts in Naples, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe which historic centre is listed by UNESCO as a world heritage site. The city lives round the clock since it is one of the largest Mediterranean metropolis and the important port since the earliest days. Abuzz street life, a chaotic traffic, countless bars, restaurants and pizzerias as well as the beaches along the bay amaze thousands of tourists from all over the world. Additionally, neighboring historical sites such as Herculaneum and Pompeii, destroyed by volcanic pyroclastic flows of Vesuvio complete the image of Naples as a tourist Mecca of this part of Italian coast. What could be better than to sail out from here after few days of sightseeing and wondering around the fussy streets?

Amalfi

Stretching about 50km along the southern side of the Sorrentine Peninsula Amalfi Coast (Costiera Amalfitana) makes one of the most breathtaking coasts in Europe. The town Amalfi lies in the mouth of deep ravine, surrounded by dramatic cliffs beneath the slopes of Monte Cerreto and makes one of the most photogenic sites on Italian coast. Due to its beauty, cultural and historical importance Amalfi is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites worth paying a visit, enjoying a view from a sea-level.

Sorrento

As the key point of the Sorrentine Peninsula, Sorrento with its numerous viewpoints makes a perfect place to experience the beauty of Naples, Vesuvio and the isle of Capri. Its sea cliffs and a special calm and relaxed mood attract every person willing to experience the essence of Italian province of Campania. Find out why "Torna a Surriento", performed by famous Enrico Caruso, Beniamino Gigli, Luciano Pavarotti (and many others) became so popular and remained the inevitable sound postcard until recent days.  

Positano

Small at its size but great for its reputation Positano is another pearl among beauties of Amalfi Coast. This small fisherman village, erected on steep cliffs of Tyrrhenian coast became extremely popular after John Steinbeck published his essay on Positano in the late 1953 stating that “It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone”. Let’s check out was Steinbeck right and find out why Positano is often called a birthplace of limoncello!

Capri

Natural beauties accompanied with relaxing mild climate attracted European artists, writers and celebrities to this island since the second half of 19th century. Claude Debussy, August Kopisch, Somerset Maugham, Norman Douglas and Maxim Gorki are a few of those who created their masterpieces either when spending time at the island or enchanted by its beauties. Worldwide globetrotters as well as jetsetters keep visiting Capri for its beauties such as Faraglione Rocks or Grotta Azzura (The Blue Cave), Marina Piccola and Marina Grande, the Piazzetta, the ruins of Emperor Tiberius’ villas or the Charterhouse of Can Giacomo. Step aboard the yacht crewed by experienced Yachting in Croatia skipper and become a part of world’s jet set sailing to Capri!

 

*Feel free to contact Yachting in Croatia Crew for more information and schedule for exciting Italian Experience!

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