Sun deck jacuzzi
Sun deck jacuzzi

REVELRY Motor yacht for charter

55m (180.4ft)|12 guests in 6 cabins
Rate from (per week)
USD 290,000

The 55m Amels luxury superyacht REVELRY (formerly 4YOU) provides charter guests with an exceptional on-water holiday. Launched in 2012 and refitted in 2019, this impressive motor yacht features interior design by Laura Sessa Ramboli. Her exterior design is courtesy of Tim Heywood Design. She is primed and ready to welcome you for an unforgettable charter experience.

Cruising
Sun deck jacuzzi
Sun deck jacuzzi
Sun deck forward
Chef
Forward lounge
Upper deck dining area
Upper deck dining area
Upper deck forward
Main deck aft dining area
Main deck dining area
Beach club
Main deck lounge
Main deck lounge
Main deck dining area
Main deck bar
Sky lounge
Sky lounge
Sky lounge
Sky lounge
Main deck foyer
Main deck master cabin
Main deck master cabin
Master study
Master walk-in wardrobe
Master bathroom en suite
Main deck twin cabin with pullman
Main deck twin cabin with pullman
Lower deck foyer
Lower deck double cabin
Lower deck double cabin
Lower deck double cabin
Guest bathroom en suite
Lower deck convertible double/twin cabin with pullman
Lower deck convertible double/twin cabin with pullman
Stern view
  • Recently refitted
  • Spa facilities: massage room
  • Beach Club at sea level
  • Twin cabin adjoining with master
  • Exercise equipment
  • 12m Regulator tender
  • Shaded deck dining & deck areas
  • Jacuzzi on the sun deck
  • Zero speed stabilisers to reduce any rolling motion while at anchor

About REVELRY

Description

The 55m Amels luxury superyacht REVELRY (formerly 4YOU) provides charter guests with an exceptional on-water holiday. Launched in 2012 and refitted in 2019, this impressive motor yacht features interior design by Laura Sessa Ramboli. Her exterior design is courtesy of Tim Heywood Design. She is primed and ready to welcome you for an unforgettable charter experience.


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Her beautifully appointed interior layout offers six cabins that sleep up to 12 guests, including a full-beam master suite with private lounge/study, en suite and walk-in wardrobe. A further twin cabin located aft of the master suite provides an ideal sleeping arrangement for charters with children or staff. A further four cabins are situated on the lower deck, comprising a VIP stateroom, double cabin and two convertible cabins with pullmans. She is also capable of carrying up to 14 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht charter experience whatever your destination.

Specification & rates
Summer cruising Mediterranean EUR 280,000/EUR 310,000 per week (low/high)
Winter cruising Caribbean & Bahamas USD 290,000/USD 325,000 per week (low/high)
Built 2012 (refitted 2022), Amels, The Netherlands
Length 55m (180.4ft)
Guests 12
No. of guest cabins 6
Crew 13
Beam 9.4m (30.8ft)
Draft 3.6m (11.8ft)
Gross tonnage 672
Maximum speed 16 knots
Cruising speed 14 knots
Fuel consumption at cruising speed 80 litres per hour
Cabin types 6 (3 × double, 2 × double/twin, 1 × twin, 2 × additional berths)
Engines 2 × 1,450hp MTU
Tenders & toys

Tenders & toys

  • 1 × Towed tender
  • 1 × Tender
  • 1 × Deck jacuzzi
  • 2 × Waverunners
  • 2 × SeaBobs
  • 2 × eFoils
  • 5 × Kayaks
  • 4 × Stand up paddleboards
  • Wakeboard
  • Waterskis
  • Inflatable tows
  • Fishing gear
  • Snorkelling gear
Fitness & wellness

Fitness equipment

  • Free weights
  • Training bench
  • Yoga mats
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Toulas
Toulas is the gastromonic jewel of Agni bay, siuated on the edge of the sea. Accessible by tender, the setting and food make for a spectacular evening.
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Taverna Agni
One of the most recommended restaurants in Corfu, this family run taverna offers a magical beachfront setting coupled with delicious Greek food.
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Etrusco
Founded by Etrusco Botrini in 1992 and now in the hands of son Ettore, this award-winning restaurant serves produce from its own garden to create dishes inspired by nature but with tradition at their core.
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Rex
A relaxed family owned and run restaurant in Kapodistriou Street serves up traditional fair with a modern Mediterranean twist using the finest local produce and fresh seafood.
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54 Dreamy Nights
Touted as the biggest and most luxurious club in town, 54 Dreamy Nights can host over 3000 people and has a ceiling that opens up to the night sky when the temperature rises. As they book international and Greek acts, it’s worth checking their events diary to time your visit.
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Corfu Sailing Restaurant
A quayside restaurant overlooking the marina and backed by the walls of the Old Fortress where classical dishes are reinterpreted with a Mediterranean and Greek voice.
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Achilleion Palace
Built in 1891 in the Pompeian style for the Empress of Austria-Hungary Elizabeth (Sissy) and the Kaiser Wilhelm II, this imposing palace was the setting for the casino scene in James Bond's For Your Eyes Only.
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Old Venetian Fortress
The Old Fortress, one of the most impressive Venetian fortifications in Europe, has been fortified since the 6th century and was redeveloped by the Venetians in the 15th, 16th and 18th centuries, successfully repulsing three Ottoman sieges.
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Archaeological Museum
Explore cultural heritage from Prehistoric to Roman times through a rich collection of exhibits from works of art as well as everyday objects from the markets, harbours, private houses, workshops and cemeteries of ancient Corfu.
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Sivota Bay
If you fancy venturing slightly further afield during your Ionian Islands yacht charter, why not anchor in Sivota Bay in Lefkada. Beautiful in its own right, extra special as part of a superyacht charter to Corfu.
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Porto Timoni Beach
For charters that are all about escape, Porto Timoni Beach is the ideal anchorage, as the beach itself can only be reached on foot or by boat. Set sail early during your private yacht charter in Corfu and spend the morning enjoying the crystal-clear waters and soft white sand in almost perfect peace and quiet.
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Cape Drastis
Anchorage In the north west of Corfu Cape Drastis is a great anchorage for anyone looking for an adrenaline thrill by cliff jumping. Surrounded by cliffs and sea caves, this is an unmissable snorkelling and swimming spot during your luxury yacht charter in Corfu.
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Paleokastritsa Beach
Home to a famous beach and a pretty village, Paleokastritsa literally means old fortress, recalling the fortifications that used to occupy the ground that is now home to the Monastery of the Virgin.
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Ermones Beach
Backed by hills and vegetation, this picturesque beach is popular with visitors. There are other small coves barely accessible on foot but easy to reach by tender, ideal for privacy.
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Limni Beach
Two beaches in one, with the Medtierranean missing both sides of a narrow strip of pebbles. Very difficult to access by foot, easy by tender.
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Centauri
Just 60 km from Bastia, Centauri is a haven of peace, away from the crowds, Le Vieux Moulin offers the charms of a simple cuisine made with shellfish, fish and local organic produce.
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Calvi
Experience live taste experiences where simplicity and sincerity are celebrated in the colours, aromas and flavours of the Mediterranean. Harmonious cuisine that revels in the riches of southern gastronomy.
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Ajaccio
From Tuesday to Saturday, discover fine evening dining crafted by Chef Alexis Vergnory, as well as lunch on Sunday and Monday, where the relaxed La Table du Marché brings to you the best local and seasonal produce.
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Murtoli
Murtoli offers local produce from the soil and the sea. Savour veal and lamb raised on our farm, fruits and vegetables from our garden, olive oil from our mill, cunningly seasoned with the scents of regional Maquis herbs.
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U Capu Biancu
Experience the sweet scents of Corsican olive oil, wild arba barona thyme and nepita marjolaine, seasonal and natural. Spontaneous, authentic and sustainable, our cuisine awakens your taste buds with aromatic herbs, tender meats and fresh fish, juicy fruits and vegetables and full-bodied wines in a convivial family ambiance.
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Hôtel & Spa Des Pêcheurs
A unique Mediterranean culinary experience in extraordinary surroundings with spectacular sea views. Each dish is created according to the season and represents the perfect harmony between Italian and French culinary traditions.
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La Casitta
An excellent restaurant on an island with four independent rooms and a villa, arrive by tender or helicopter to this privileged location in the Porto della Madonna, the most beautiful body of water in the Mediterranean.
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La Scogliera
Expect unforgettable culinary experiences to remember with the best from the sea. The quality of the catch from the clear and wonderful waters of La Maddalena ensures daily fish and crustacea of the highest quality.
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Confusion
Showcasing the philosophy of Eno-Gastro-Edonism, this Porto Cervo restaurant is where Chef Italo Bassi delivers the Italian tradition enriched by exotic fragrances, treasured ingredients, typical Sardinian produce and excellent seafood crudités.
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Al Pescatore
Mediterranean flavours with fresh, local ingredients from aperitif to dinner and through the evening in a very exclusive location. A reference point for seafood lovers with the two Michelin stars Chef Antonio Mellino, from Ristorante Quattro Passi in Nerano, Naples.
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Marriott - Hôtel Romazzino
The exceptionally diverse cuisines of Sardinia, fresh coastal seafood from local waters to hearty meats and homemade pastas, reflect the island's rich history with influences from the Phoenicians to the Spanish, accompanied by spectacular views over Romazzino Bay.
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Santa Giulia
There are a number of stunning beaches within a few miles of Porto Vecchio but the best of them all is the horseshoe-shaped Santa Giulia bay with its warm, shallow, lagoon-like turquoise waters.
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Calvi Beach
This 6km-long sweeping beach enjoys some of the clearest waters, drawing snorkellers from far and wide, framed by stunning views of the centuries-old citadel and old port. Pairing privacy with mouth-watering eateries, pine woods and mountains, jazz beats can be heard floating on the breeze thanks to Calvi’s year-round festival vibe.
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Arinella Beach
Arinella is another snorkeller’s haven. Thanks to Corsica’s warm Mediterranean climate the vast inviting waters with near-perfect visibility swarm with varied and abundant sea plants and animals. A sailing vacation here will deliver daily watersports, breath-taking views and a romantic stroll through Place St Nicholas.
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Rondinara
The clam shell-shaped bay of Rondinara beach, flanked by two rocky promontories, is almost as stunning from the air as it is on the ground. Sheltered from the wind its multi-hued sea calmly laps the gently sloping shoreline marking it out as one of the best parts of Corsica.
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Palombaggia
Offering all the colours in the rainbow, Palombaggia beach is defined by red rocks, blue waters, powder white sands and umbrella pine trees. Plunge below the waves to encounter mullet, silverfish, octopus and sole. Above the waves rare crested cormorants nesting in the neighbouring UNESCO World Heritage Cerbicale islands attract bird watchers.
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Saleccia
Easier to access by boat than by land, Saleccia is long curve of pearl-white sand that is frequently ranked in the top 10 Corsican beaches. Colourful fishing boats bob at anchor on translucent waters as local fishermen unload succulent octopus and squid.
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Ostriconi
For wild beauty, and the opportunity to escape from the hustle and bustle of normal life, drop anchor in Ostriconi during your next yacht charter in Corsica.
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Lotu
Lotu beach shares Saleccia’s stunning Agriates desert coastline, an isolated strand only accessible by boat for those keen on avoiding crowds. It's a favourite place to drop anchor for small yachts and fishing boats, with a wooden jetty that stretches out to clear azure waters where bathers and snorkellers explore this endless expanse of beach.
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Roccapina
This pristine, Caribbean-like beach surprises with its handful of prehistoric sites and castles that pepper the mountainside. A safe bathing spot for families, the beach is overlooked by the Genoese tower Torra di Roccapina and the crouching lion of Roccapina, a rocky outcrop of pink granite.
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Alghero
Home to a selection of pristine, powder-soft beaches with gin-clear, blue-flag waters, many of which back onto fragrant pine trees and craggy white rocks. Take the tender along the coast and you'll find a completely private spot for a beach BBQ.
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Pula
Reliable breezes that blow an average of 15 days a month deliver great conditions for surfers and kitesurfers alike. The beautiful golden sand dunes of Su Giudeu beach in Chia, near Pula, backs onto a lagoon speckled with bright pink flamingos.
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Cala di Volpe
Cala di Volpe - or Fox Bay - is surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches, well protected from the Mistral.
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Cala Gonone
This bay, part of the island’s largest national park, has long, fine sandy beaches. Inland the high mountains of the Gennargentu form a crescent of dramatic, rugged cliffs and caves.
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Punta Molentis
Part of the Protected Marine Area of Capo Carbonara, this secluded, bright-white sandy beach with warm, shallow waters is as good as southern Sardinian beaches get.
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La Maddalena
Explore Budelli and Santa Maria, which surround the emerald-green lagoon of Porto della Madonna. Here you’ll find exotic beaches with turquoise blue waters nestling among pink granite outcrops.
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Billionaire
Opened in 1998 by Flavio Briatore who wanted to bring back glamour and buzz to Costa Smeralda. In no time Billionaire was famous worldwide and a must-visit for visiting superyachts.
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Sottovento
A club and restaurant that has entertained VIPs and jetsetters for more than 30 years with renowned DJs, live music and excellent Mediterranean cuisine.
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Ritual
Zen-inspired disco bar with a refined atmosphere and soft lighting where you can enjoy a fine aperitif and spend a fun evening with a DJ set.
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Bal Harbour
The restaurant serves Mediterranean classics and fusion dishes and the vibe is a meeting of local and Brazilian traditions. Have fun with friends after dinner, dancing under the stars and around the beautiful pool.
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Scandola Nature Reserve
Part of the Corsica Regional Park on the west coast, this UNESCO World Heritage Site and its coast features jagged red cliffs, grottos, coves and stacks. Take the tender.
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Golf de Spérone
A golf course of exquisite beauty, 18-holes set over 80 hectares. The sixteenth hole invites you to play over the azure waters of the Mediterranean.
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Domaine de Murtoli
Laid-back luxury in a variety of restored original villas and shepherd's houses. Enjoy spa treatments, ride a horse, explore the flora, fish sea bass and seabream, swim or just sunbathe.
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Helicopter tour
Take an unforgettable journey through these stunning landscapes, from Bonifacio's cliffs, Calanques de Piana, Bavella massif. Effortlessly beautiful.
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Wine Tour
Taste elegant, mineral-packed white wines as you learn about the history of this 'isle within the island', with its Genovese guard towers and 19th century American mansions.
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Porto Rotondo
Give yourself some intensive retail therapy at high-end boutiques near Piazza Quadra, Piazza San Marco, and Piazza Casbah.
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Tavolara
This island is an adventure paradise. Hike the Via Ferrata or take a 4x4 off-road tour, go rappelling, canyoning, mountain biking or kayaking.
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Nora
Explore Sardinia's richest archaeological site, a city founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th century, then Carthaginian, then Roman, overlooked by the 16th century tower. Snorkel over Roman roads and other remains.
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Pevero Golf Club
A beautiful course with natural ponds, fragrant undergrowth and tees with panoramic views of Costa Smeralda, the island of Caprera and the Gulf of Pevero.
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Olbia
Anchor in the coastal city of Olbia in northwest Sardinia to explore the terroir of Vermentino, Sardinia’s famous white wine. Olbia is also extremely well connected, making it an ideal destination for you to explore more of Sardinia.
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Cagliari
Formerly the capital of Sardinia between 1324 to 1848, there’s plenty to enjoy during a trip to Cagliari. Highlights include the 13th century cathedral, the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Cagliari, and the wonderful San Benedetto Market.
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Doctors Beach
On your next yacht charter to Sardinia, make sure you anchor off the quiet, isolated Doctor’s Beach so you can enjoy a day of rest and relaxation on the white sands, swimming in the turquoise waters and admiring the distant profile of Tavolara.
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Spalmatore Beach
Surrounded by cliffs, and complete with clear turquoise waters and golden sands, grab your book and head to Spalmatore Beach during your luxury Sardinia yacht charter for a day of pure bliss.
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San Pietro
The island of San Pietro is a must-visit for any watersports enthusiasts embarking on a motor or sailing yacht charter for Sardinia.
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Maddalena
Suspended between Sardinia and Corsica, La Maddalena Archipelago is home to some of the most spectacular beaches in the Mediterranean. No matter which of the seven islands you visit, prepare for the fact that once you arrive you won’t want to leave.
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Caprera Island
ust off the Sardinian coast, Caprera Island is the second island in the Maddalena Archipelago. Practically deserted, any keen divers in your charter party will be in their element thanks to the crystal- clear waters that invite you to explore the underwater landslides of Shark Point, Fiordino, and Cala Inglesi.
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Arbatax
The largest hamlet in Tortoli is the anchorage of Arbatax on the east coast of Sardinia.. It’s the perfect place to stretch your legs and explore all the delights of Rocce Rosse Beach and Parco Naturalistico Bellavista.
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Alghero
Any Sardinia sailing itinerary must include stopping at an anchorage in Alghero, one of the island’s most beautiful medieval cities in the northwest.
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Villasimius
With a reputation for being incredibly charming, the seaside town of Villasimius is ideal for any Sardinian yacht charter guests who want to enjoy magnificent beaches by day, and exciting nightlife after sunset.
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Porto Cervo
Long established as one of the most luxurious resorts in Sardinia, Porto Cervo is utterly breath taking. With its five-star restaurants and resorts, any Sardinian yacht charter must include a trip to Porto Cervo.
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Scivu Beach
One of Sardinia’s most untouched beaches, especially in the height of summer, Scivu Beach is the ultimate place to escape during a yacht charter to Sardinia.
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Porto Rotondo
The Porto Rotondo marina in Sardinia offers visitors unrivalled views across the Mediterranean Sea. This picturesque port has an international reputation as an unmissable anchorage during your Sardinian yacht charter experience.
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Castelsardo
‘Picturesque’ is one of the many ways visitors to Castelsardo describe the town. Located on the north west coast of Sardinia, this is a great anchorage for anyone looking for a destination where they can stroll around and stretch their legs. Evidence of the city’s history is everywhere you look, particularly in the original Doria Castle.
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Sassari
The second largest city in Sardinia, Sassari is rich in art, culture, and history. Even more spectacular are the palazzi, and the famous Fountain of the Rosello.
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Tavolara
A mountainous island off the coast of Sardinia, Tavolara is the ideal anchorage for anyone considering a yacht charter to Sardinia and Corsica during the later summer or early autumn.
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Lion Rock
Protecting the beautiful Roccapina Beach in southern Corsica, Lion Rock is a truly spectacular natural phenomenon that must be included in any yacht charter itinerary.
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Roccapina
Protected by the iconic Lion Rock, and famous for having some of the clearest waters in Corsica, Roccapina is a beach lover’s dream and not to be missed.
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Ile Rousse
With white sand beaches and market towns filled with the hustle and bustle of local markets, any yacht charter to Corsica must include a visit to Ile Rousse.
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Gulf of Girolata
One of the most famous spots in Corsica, the Gulf of Girolata is a natural bay filled with Eucalyptus trees and surrounded by mountains.
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Calvi
Located on Corsica’s north west coast, Calvi is the perfect anchorage for anyone looking for dinner and a view during their luxury charter experience. The harbour is lined with a number of restaurants all serving fresh local delicacies. Once you’ve finished eating, end your evening with a walk up to the chapel of Notre Dame de la Serra, which offers breath taking views of the area.
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Lavezzi
Any luxury Corsica yacht charter experience should include a visit to the Lavezzi island archipelago. The nature reserve is one of the best in the region, as are the beaches which remain virtually untouched.
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Sanguinaires
A series of four rocky islands in Corsica offer visitors incredible views across the ocean, and the chance to see rare flora and fauna in its natural habitat.
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Bonifacio
No Corsica yacht charter would be complete without a trip to Bonifacio. Founded in around 830, this medieval town is the oldest in Corsica so you can soak up the island’s colourful history.
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Propriano
Your next Corsica yacht charter must include the anchorage of Propriano. Stroll along the Promenade sur Mer, explore the old town centre and Filitosa archaeological site before settling down for an afternoon on one of Propriano’s many glorious beaches.
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Saint Florent
Sheltered by the mountains of Cap Corse and the wild Désert des Agriates, St Florent is the perfect destination for anyone looking to enjoy the full experience of Corsica. Start out with a spot of people watching from one of the gorgeous pavement cafes and see where the day takes you.
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Phi Beach
It's a great place to watch the sunset and when night comes, Phi Beach lights up with incredible light and colour shows on the pink granite rocks of Forte Cappellini.
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Da Mare by sea lounge
Relax on Palombaggia Beach stretched out on a daybed nwith beach attendants ready and waiting to bring you tartare, ceviche and sharing dishes. As the sun sets, enjoy a cocktail as DJ Moxo entertains.
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Nikki Beach
Known to the most world's jetsetters, celebrities and sun seekers, it is accessible only by private yacht. Dine, chill on the beach and enjoy creative cocktails in a picturesque, marina-side setting.
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Grand Sperone Beach
For azure waters during your Corsica yacht charter, make sure you anchor at Grand Sperone Beach.
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Gariful
In prime position right on the waterfront in the town of Hvar, walk from your yacht’s berth to enjoy exceptional speciality dishes, a great atmosphere and the quite stunning view.
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Jastozera
Located in Komiza at the head of a bay that serves as a natural open air sea pool for breeding lobsters, experience Mediterranean seafood at its finest with this exceptional local restaurant while anchored off Novo Pošta Beach.
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Konoba Stermazi
If you have anchored off Mljet National Park and are planning on spending the day on the island, why not get a table at this travellers choice 2022 local seafood restaurant and try their famous octopus salad.
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Lesic Dimitri Palace
This Michelin-starred restaurant in Korcula celebrates traditional seafood with bold seasonal flavours. The famous Venetian palace is said to have been architecturally inspired by none other than Marco Polo and his travels along the Silk Road, rumoured to have started in Korcula.
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Pojoda
Chef Zoran Brajčić built a reputation with his imaginative use of old recipes from the island for simple, light cuisine. One of Pojoda’s attractions is its stone interior decorated with artwork, and the shady terrace under the lemon tree.
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Villa Kaliopa
The inspiring garden with its Mediterranean flora is a beautiful spot for dining against a chorus of crickets. This restaurant is famous for its traditional Dalmatian cuisine and the seafood is particularly special.
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Adriana
Whether you want brunch, an evening of fine dining, a sundown cocktail or even spa treatments followed by a fresh, healthy lunch, Adriana has it all. Enjoy this local restaurant while visiting Hvar on your Croatia yacht charter.
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Zori
At the head of an anchorage on Paklinski, an island just off Hvar, Zori has been creating joyful food and an exceptional guest experience for over half a century.
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DiVino
Enjoy breathtaking view across the Hvar archipelago as you indulge in the colours, sounds, tastes and scents of the Mediterranean.
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Giaxa
Blending the islands' history with its cooking philosophy, local restaurant Giaxa is where the scent of Hvar's lavender, rosemary and local produce transcend.
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Konoba Nikola
Opened at the turn of the century, this family-run restaurant in the cellars of the family home exudes tradition. The owners, chefs, and waiters celebrate freshly caught fish, locally sourced vegetables and meat in time-honoured fashion. Awarded travellers choice in 2022 this is a restaurant not to be missed.
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Monte Restaurant
Renowned for his creativity and sense of theatre, Chef Danijel Dekic has established Monte as a hub of gourmet dining. Located by the Church of Euphemia. This Michelin star restaurant is a place of gathering and well worth visiting while anchored at Rovinj.
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MIjet National Park
Covering more than 5,300 hectares including a marine reserve extending 500 metres off the coast, the Park is home to geological and oceanographical wonders unique to Croatia. Anchor here on your yacht charter and tour the natural beauty of Mljet National Park.
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Blue Grotto Cave
When sunlight passes through an underwater opening between 11am and 1pm on calm days, the caves glow bright blue and the water shimmers in silver and pink. Go in by tender and try and get the perfect snap of this heavenly natural feature.
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St Mark’s Cathedral
When anchored in Korcula why not visit St Mark’s Cathedral, also known as Korcula Cathedral. It is an unmissable sight within the town centre. Built in the mid-16th century it has beautiful architecture and is well known for its sculptures and art.
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Saint Stephen’s Cathedral
St Stephen’s Cathedral, also known as Hvar Cathedral, sits on the eastern side of Hvar town square. While moored stern-to in Hvar it’s worth visiting to see the beautiful architecture and to take in the tranquil atmosphere.
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Fortica Castle
Overlooking the town of Hvar and lit with a golden glow at night, this medieval castle occupies the site of an ancient Illyrian settlement from before 500 BC. The famous views of Hvar and the Pakleni islands reward the walk up through the streets of the old town and the tree shaded terraces beyond the city walls.
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Krka National Park
Designed to serve science, culture and education, Krka National Park preserves exceptional natural ecosystems and has no fewer than seven famous waterfalls. If you are looking for a breath-taking activity while anchored at Sibenik it’s a short 15-minute drive to start your hike.
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Carpe Diem Beach
Feel the colours of Hvar’s nightlife. DJs from all over the world perform until morning light, hosting some famous parties. While anchored at Hvar there is no better place to dance the night away.
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Cocktail Bar Massimo
Atop the Zakerjan tower at the northern tip of the city's famous walls, climb a ladder to reach the roof terrace and toast the sunset with an intoxicating cocktail.
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Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) Forest
A picture perfect delta of cedars, stone pines and cypress fringed by white sand, Golden Cape is ideal for sports such as running, cycling, gymnastics and free climbing or just a leisurely stroll. The whole area is closed to motor vehicles. The perfect beach to visit as a sports enthusiast while anchored at Split or Hvar.
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Kotor
Anchor off this UNESCO-listed historic town, settled since the 5th century BC, and explore these winding streets. Feeling energetic? Climb the trail that weaves up the hill to the imposing St John's Fortress for a spectacular view.
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Dubrovnik
This is undoubtedly one of Croatia and Montenegro’s top anchorages. Drop the hook between Lokrum Island just south of this UNESCO-listed fortified city and take the tender to the old port to explore this beautiful city, walk its coastal walls and enjoy a cocktail in one of the hole-in-the-wall bars as the sun sets.
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Korcula
The striking town of Korcula juts out into the sea, with its fortifications around the peninsula and imposing cathedral on top of the hill dominating the scene. Just a few paces from your town quay mooring, you are in the heart of a cobblestoned medieval town.
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Hvar
Hvar town is Croatia’s answer to Saint-Tropez, where visitors soak in the history and culture by day and party at night. Stari Grad (the Old Town) ‘the oldest city in Croatia’, established by the Antique Greeks in 384 B.C., is the historical heart of the island and said to be one of the most beautiful islands in the world.
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Split
While on your yacht charter, drop the anchor off this exuberant city. It has just the right balance between modernity and tradition. Once you have roamed the enchanting Roman old town, lingered over a coffee on its sunny waterside promenade and ventured into its beautiful surrounds, you might find yourself agreeing with the locals that their city is ‘the most beautiful in the world’.
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Sibenik
Sibenik is also one of the most naturally protected harbours on the Adriatic coast. A place steeped with history, Sibenik’s cathedral, Cathedal Sveti Jakov, is a must-visit. Built in 1434, it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Trogir
Declared a World Heritage Town in 1997 by UNESCO, the densely-packed town is rich in history and has all the bars, restaurants, ice cream parlours, shops and markets you could want. Don't miss the Cathedral of St Lawrence, built between the 14th-16th centuries, and climb the bell tower to see fantastic views from the top.
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Rovinj
Anchor off the seaside resort of Rovinj. With a range of visitor opportunities in a picturesque ambience, it’s something not to be missed.. The entire Rovinj coast, along with its 22 islands that surround the town, are protected with natural heritage with attractive beaches, ideal to explore by yacht.
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Lučišća Beach
On your yacht charter in Croatia, you can delight in this hidden gem. The cove of Lučišća Beach is not easily accessible by land so you may have it to yourself. It's an intimate pebble beach lapped by turquoise waters at the head of an inlet between steep pine-clad slopes.
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Sveti Stefan
If you are looking for a beautiful beach to visit while anchored at Kotor look no further than Sveti Stefan. A glamorous stretch of pink sand that arcs out to a picturesque island resort that has been settled since the 15th century by everyone from pirates to royalty.
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Jaz Beach
While anchored at Kotor, why not make your way to Budva and the amazing Jaz Beach. A south-facing arc of pebbles over 1km long around a well-sheltered, gently sloping bay. It has also seen gigs and festivals featuring major bands like The Rolling Stones and Madonna.
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Elsa
Elsa is the first organic restaurant to receive a coveted Michelin star. Benoît Witz, the new chef at the restaurant Elsa, pays homage to the Mediterranean and its flavours with a healthy and authentic cuisine in harmony with nature.
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Saint-Tropez
Saint-Tropez is many things wrapped into one: the glitter and glamour of celebrities and yachts, white sandy beaches, exclusive clubs, simple beach restaurants serving wonderful food and a quaint, eccentric French style all at the same time. Saint-Tropez is legendary and still inspires images of sun-kissed holidays in the south of France.
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La chèvre d’Or
Nature is everywhere at Château de la Chèvre d’Or in Eze, France. There are lots of different gardens filled with sculptures, fountains, waterfalls, flowers, herbs, trees and shrubs. The magnificent colours create a framework that blends into the horizon and the sea. This will take you into a voyage where it is pleasant just to relax or stroll around and breath in the freshness.
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La Vigie Lounge
In a warm and welcoming ambiance with bohemian touches, La Vigie Lounge & Restaurant is brimming with friendliness in a new idyllic, Bali-inspired decor.
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Buddha-Bar
Passing through the doors of Buddha Bar Monte-Carlo is going on a journey to far east Asia. The warm colours, Buddha statue and lounge ambience are perfect for relaxing and having a great time. Thai and Japanese cuisine are showcased in a menu that mixes Asian flavours.
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Café de Paris
Bustling surroundings, a chic and cosy terrace and a warm and elegant indoors: welcome to the Café de Paris Monte-Carlo, a Monaco hotspot featuring a brasserie ambience and the finest quality products.
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Blue Bay
Awarded a star by the prestigious Michelin Guide, Chef Marcel Ravin offers a bold repertoire at the restaurant Blue Bay, with a cuisine that features a fusion of Caribbean and Mediterranean flavours. Indoors, the open kitchen gives a glimpse into the chef and brigade's hustle and bustle behind the scenes. Outdoors, customers can admire the sea view from the panoramic terrace.
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Cipriano
Cipriani Monte Carlo is located in the heart of the Monaco Principality, at the bottom of the prestigious Mirabeau building. The ultra-modern, glass façade is a striking introduction to the refined and warm interior, where rich mahogany walls, polished steel, mirrors and marble floors are complemented by Cipriani's signature brown leather chairs. The ambiance is that of a luxury yacht and the nautical theme is enhanced by strong blue and white elements.
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Le Restaurant des Rois
A veritable masterpiece, La Réserve’s gourmet restaurant is one of the most iconic places on the French Riviera. Described as the 'Restaurant of Kings' by a food critic, the establishment has been perpetuating its reputation for excellence since 1880. The large bay windows, which flood the place with light, allow our guests to enjoy a magnificent view of the Mediterranean.
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Le Chantecler
This Michelin-starred restaurant, The Chantecler, revisits the traditions of great gastronomy with lightness and sincerity. They offer a talented tribute to regional products and the table service is renowned. While discreet, it knows how to put on a show when flambéeing or carving meat in the tradition of great restaurants. With its sumptuous woodwork dating back to 1751, The Chantecler offers an 18th-century decor which is both ethereal and sumptuous for exceptional dining.
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Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc
Three distinguished chefs have created a bespoke dining experience in close collaboration with local artisans and working hand-in-hand with the region’s best producers, celebrating their refined ingredients in every dish. Their culinary creativity reveals the authenticity of rare products and is guided by the endless pursuit of extraordinary flavour. Restaurant LouRoc promises an unforgettable dinner with sunset views over the Mediterranean.
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La Guérite
Since 1902, a worldwide clientele has been seduced by La Guérite’s charm, authenticity, and cuisine, which is both Mediterranean and healthy. Nestled on the rocky cove of Sainte-Marguerite island in front of Cannes, La Guérite features 1,000m2 of space where you can come and discover authentic Mediterranean cuisine, which has been created by one of the wonders of Greek gastronomy: Yiannis Kioroglou.
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La Palme d’Or
On the first floor of the Hôtel Martinez, offering a beautiful balcony over La Croisette, the gourmet restaurant La Palme d’Or, with two Michelin stars and four Gault&Millau Toques, has joined the very exclusive circle of great dining establishments. It is an enchanting setting on the Bay of Cannes where Chef Christian Sinicropi serves his cuisine for the senses – ever daring, always inventive.
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Fouquet’s Cannes
Located on the most beautiful avenue in the world, brasserie Fouquet's has embodied the spirit of Paris since 1899. It is the place to meet for those from the worlds of art and culture, as well as lovers of fine dining in search of fine brasserie-style cuisine. In a warm and welcoming atmosphere, surrounded by the renowned Harcourt Studio black and white portraits of stars, the legendary brasserie Fouquet’s brings together everyone who’s anyone in Paris.
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Carlton Beach Club
Embark on a culinary journey in exceptional surroundings with Chef Alexandra Delamare. This menu with a thousand flavours, includes the Belle Otéro salad with blue lobster, green asparagus, New Zealand spinach, granola and fresh flowers or a rack of New Zealand lamb rubbed with zaatar spices and its reduced juice with candied lemon, cooked in a charcoal-oven. Not to mention the Carlton Beach Club famous dishes such as the beef tartar, Royal Calvisius caviar, raw fennel and tomato chips.
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Byblos
Generous Italian cooking bursting with character! Just a stone’s throw from the legendary Place des Lices, the restaurant Cucina Byblos, warmly welcomes guests to a colourful and resolutely contemporary setting, in which a relaxed atmosphere reigns supreme. You will discover a whole host of flavours and aromas that combine to recreate the original and authentic taste of Italian cuisine.
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L’Opéra
The menu at L’Opéra in Saint- Tropez features thoughtfully selected dishes that highlight our chef's talent. The range varies from French and typical Provençale cuisine, to worldwide specialties.
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Le Quai
Le Quai is one of the magical places of the Tropezian nights: view of the majestic yachts anchored in the mythical port of Saint-Tropez, slightly provocative decoration, with the works of the artist Philippe Shangti on display. The atmosphere and colours change throughout the day, such is the style of Le Quai. This establishment has become a must for clubbers on a stopover in Saint-Tropez.
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Bagatelle
After their success story in the US, Brazil, and St Barth, Aymeric Clemente and Remi Laba transferred their Bagatelle concept to Pampelonne beach. Only a few metres away from the Palmiers, this venue has been revamped by Cannes architect Gilles Pellerin who restored the original spirit of a mystic beach. Under the guidance of Christophe Vialette, Bagatelle is buzzing the peninsula with its high class French codes and Mediterranean cuisine created and executed by Executive Chef Nicolas Cantrel.
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Casino Monte Carlo
François Blanc, the casino's founder once said, 'We should do nothing here as it is done elsewhere.' The image of James Bond has become inseparable from the Casino de Monte-Carlo, which, with its Belle Époque architecture, is a reference for gaming and entertainment, not just in Europe but around the world.
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Opéra Garnier
The excellent acoustics of the Salle Garnier at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo has maintained the great opera tradition while supporting creativity. The Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival brings together the greatest jazz musicians every autumn. Many international stars perform in this magical setting the tear round. These have included Prince, Lionel Richie, Patti Smith, Peter Doherty, Jane Birkin, the legendary rock band YES, the fabulous Lana del Rey, Carla Bruni and many more.
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One Monte Carlo
Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer presents its own prestigious take on luxury shopping with the Monte-Carlo Shopping Promenade, a cluster of forty high end boutiques near the Place du Casino. Begin your shopping tour by meandering through One Monte-Carlo opposite the Casino de Monte-Carlo. There, you’ll find the biggest names in fashion, haute couture, perfumes and jewellery in a setting that beautifully mirrors their prestige: the Principality of Monaco.
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Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco is known the world over: its aquarium, its collections, its monumental architecture directly above the Mediterranean. From virtual and immersive reality, experience a unique visit with everything from watching the mesmerising fish to the discovery of ancient objects.
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Eze village
Heading East from Nice into the hills and cliffs along the Mediterranean coast, you’ll first visit Eze Village, a medieval village perched on a hilltop 430m above sea level. Situated 12km from Nice, the village nestles on the cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean between Nice and Monaco.
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La Croisette
Today, at more than 3km long, La Croisette in Cannes presents a diversified sidewalk where mythic hotels meet Casinos, stores of well known brands, sandy beaches, a rose garden, the new harbour, Pierre Canto and tree-shaded gardens.
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Villefranche
This quintessentially French fishing village is a popular anchorage point during any West Mediterranean yacht charter. Four miles east of Nice, this natural harbour is perfect for anyone looking for an authentic charter experience on the French Riviera.
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Beaulieu-sur-Mer
This tiny Riviera village, less than a kilometre square, lies north of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, east of Villefranche-sur-Mer and west of Eze, for which it is the perfect jumping-off point. Impossibly quaint and unspoilt, the village has been a hit with the cream of European society, royalty, prime ministers and industrialists since the late 19th century, and it's easy to see its charms.
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Cap d’Antibes
The Cap d’Antibes is a peninsula of Antibes. Located between Cannes and Nice, the harbour Port de la Salis is an incredibly beautiful anchorage point for any West Mediterranean yacht charter.
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Lerins Island
Lerins Island, is a four-island archipelago located near the Cannes coastline. The largest islands are the Île Sainte-Marguerite and the Île Saint-Honorat, and their exceptional wildlife makes them a popular place to escape and enjoy some peace and quiet.
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Saint-Tropez
One of the top three anchorage points in the French Riviera, Saint Tropez is filled with champagne bars, picturesque streets, sunshine, and stunning beaches. Anyone chartering on the West Mediterranean must anchor in Saint Tropez.
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Ramatuelle
Located in the centre of the Saint Tropez Peninsula, Ramatuelle is well worth a visit for anyone chartering in the West Mediterranean. For expansive views of the West Mediterranean sea, without the crowds of Saint Tropez, anchor in Ramatuelle.
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Jimmy'z
For more than 40 years, Jimmy’z legendary club has attracted celebrities thanks to its outstanding setting, electric atmosphere and cutting edge programming.
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Twiga
The nightclub at Twiga is born on experience reaped from the Billionaire Clubs, one of the world’s legendary nightclubs and a well-established worldwide brand. Twiga Monte Carlo nightclub was created to continue to enchant the chic international clientele, including stars of show business, fashion and sport and to become a rendez-vous for international jet set. Twiga is a location where a restaurant with a live-show dinner is suddenly converted around the customer into a nightclub after 1am.
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Bâoli
From midnight onwards, the temple of gastronomy leaves its place to a celebration hotspot, a club where friendliness rules among the stars and the international jet set. Let yourself be enchanted by the magic of Bâoli to the rhythm of celebratory music from the world’s greatest DJs. Dance the night away and enjoy the most beautiful parties of the French Riviera at the Bâoli Cannes.
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Gotha
If you are looking for a place where the party never ends but the atmosphere is a perfect blend of fun and sophistication, then this cool, popular Cannes nightclub is a great place to start. Everyone who visits Cannes should try and spend a night in Gotha at least once. After all, it is an amazing experience!
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Les Caves du Roy
This is where parties of international repute are held and where the atmosphere on the right night is simply stunning: beautiful girls, international stars and the right mix of partygoers are all out to have a great time together. And then, there are the goose bumps when DJ Jack-E greets the 'party people from all over the world' with his legendary Welcome back to Saint Tropez. Orders of Roederer Cristal Methusalem are celebrated with a fanfare, lighting effects and fireworks.
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L'Opéra
The Opera in Saint- Tropez features outstanding dancers and artists who perform one after the other on the central podium tables, as on improvised stages, transporting you to another world for an exception evening's entertainment.
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Nikki Beach Club
Unwind in a beautiful, relaxing environment in the glamorous principality of Monaco, with stunning sunsets across the Mediterranean and world class entertainment. Head to Nikki Beach to soak up the sun on luxurious day beds while enjoying lunch and creative cocktails.
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Le Méridien Beach Plaza
Experience everything in Monaco or lounge in exclusivity on our hotel's private beach - or do both. Ask any of our locally savvy resort associates and 24-hour concierge for recommendations on how to fuel your cultural experience or allow us to arrange for a snorkeling safari in a natural marine reserve, a gourmet cooking class or a private massage on the resort's exclusive beach.
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Hotel-du-Cap-Eden-Roc
Take in the surroundings and you will see the seaside cabanas where Greta Garbo luxuriated, the sparkling blue waters where Kirk Douglas waterskied, the craggy rocks where Marc Chagall sketched and the iconic saltwater pool where countless stars have bathed. What will your story be? Live the legend.
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Le Martinez
Beneath the French Riviera sun, caressed by soft breezes that tickle the palms, welcome to a place of unique experiences from sunrise to sunset. On the glittering, world famous Croisette, the private beach of the Hôtel Martinez is Cannes’s site of unforgettable encounters, the place to see and to be seen.
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Le Majestic
Opposite the Lérins islands, La Plage Le Majestic offers all kinds of sporting temptations and is the ideal place to relax. Choose from classic and innovative watersports and enjoy cocktails and delicious treats.
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Nikki Beach
You’ll find Saint-Tropez’s in-crowd bronzing themselves on oversized plush daybeds, sipping exotic cocktails and chilling to the all-day tunes of Nikki Beach’s world class DJs.
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Mer d'Eze
One of the French Riviera’s best kept secrets, Eze is filled with lovely beaches that make the perfect location for days ashore. Combined with s gorgeous medieval village, this is one anchorage point not to be missed from your West Mediterranean bucket list.
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Porquerolles Islands
Just off the town of Hyères, these islands bear all the Mediterranean hallmarks: pine trees, olive trees, vineyards and rosemary. The clear waters and protected nature of the area are a pleasant change from the energy of the coast. Anchor off Grand-Cale to the south of the island.
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Spa Métropole by Givenchy, Hôtel Métropole
With 10 treatment rooms, including single and double suites, this is the place for some serious pampering, partner in tow. Book in for the exclusive two-hour Le Soin Noir Renaissance Intégrale ritual, which uses Givenchy’s age-defying black algae extract, or a heavenly body treatment that uses the brand’s exclusive Celestial Body Interlude scrub. Other facilities include chroma-therapy baths, hammam showers, sauna, caldarium, ice fountain, sensory showers, and the Karl Lagerfeld-designed pool.
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Les Thermes Marins de Monte-Carlo
A temple to the Mediterranean, Les Thermes Marins de Monte-Carlo has been harnessing the healing properties of the sea since it was inaugurated in 1908. Today the award-winning spa is world famous for its marine treatments – an entire floor is dedicated to marine therapies. Signature treatments include sea water or algae baths, ground seaweed hot packs and Mediterranean black soap. Take a dip in the sea water swimming pool with views out over your yacht berthed below.
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Cinq Mondes Spa, Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort
For a wide range of treatments and a varied menu, head to the Cinq Monde Spa. As the name suggests, treatments from five continents range from holistic therapies such as Indonesian facials and Chinese tao pressure point techniques, Japanese shiatsu, Indian Ayurveda, and Polynesian kneading, to North African scrubs, Swedish sports massage and Brazilian toning wraps. Facilities include a hammam and sauna, indoor and outdoor swimming pool and a large relaxation area.
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Le Spa, Grand-Hôtel Cap Ferrat
This iconic Riviera hotel has one of the best spas along this gilded coast. Set in landscaped Mediterranean gardens, Le Spa is in a sprawling, curved modern building with nine treatment pavilions, including four al fresco cabins and a spacious suite for couples' treatments. Immerse yourself in the spa zone with a sauna or steam room or take a dip in the heated jet-stream pool, before lounging by the counter-current pool, all the while enjoying the views over the Cap and the Mediterranean below.
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The Diane Barrière Spa, Hotel Majestic Barrière
Whether getting red-carpet ready or simply looking for a pampering treatment, the Diane Barrière Spa by Clarins is the place to head. A bubble of well-being right on the fabled Croisette, the spa has been designed especially for the Art Deco palace and is where you will find some of the best trained therapists in the business. With both botanical training from Ligne St. Barth, and marine knowledge from Biologique Recherche, their facial and body treatments are renowned the world over.
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Valmont Spa, Hôtel Château de la Messardière
An extensive three-year renovation included the creation of the Valmont Spa. Covering 1,000 sqm, the spa area offers nine treatment rooms, a cryotherapy chamber, hammam, sauna and an indoor pool, all housed within carved stone vaults and columns. Cocooned away from the bustle of St Tropez, guests can enjoy a peaceful afternoon in this sublime setting with a treatment followed by a few hours relaxing by the large pool with views over the yachts anchored in the Bay of Saint-Tropez.
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Spa Byblos by Sisley
Synonymous with star-studded glamour, the iconic Hôtel Byblos has reigned over the St Tropez old town scene since 1967. Home to the equally famous Les Caves du Roy nightclub, just about every Hollywood A lister has tripped the light fantastic in its hallowed halls. Many have then taken refuge the following day at the Spa Byblos by Sisley, with soothing Sisley treatments, including full body massages, and a private hammam and jacuzzi.
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Lily of the Valley
Swiss clinic meets spa retreat at Lily of the Valley, a welcome addition to the Riviera’s wellness portfolio. For a spot of wellbeing combined with indulgence, spend a few days ashore after your charter to rejuvenate and repair your mind and body. The spa’s range of holistic programmes are based around weight loss, sport or detox, with nutritional plans and fitness classes combined with cutting-edge treatments. That said, if you want to lounge by the pool cocktail in hand, this is also allowed.
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Les Mas Candilles
In the backcountry of Cannes, Les Mas Candilles is a serene spa retreat with an 18th century Provençal villa alongside modern buildings. Just minutes from the medieval cobbled streets of Mougins, the property’s Spa Candille is in a tranquil setting nestled amidst lavender filled landscaped gardens. With its Zen atmosphere, guests can escape the busy atmosphere of bustling Cannes with a pampering ESPA treatment, before relaxing by the infinity pool with views over the valley below.
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La Réserve Ramatuelle
La Réserve Ramatuelle, just outside Saint-Tropez, is effortlessly cool and private, and houses a 1,000sqm wellness centre with customised programmes, hydrotherapy sessions, massages and facials. It also offers luxury bootcamps including better-aging programmes based on the anti-aging practices at Nescens Clinique de Genolier in Switzerland. Slim down, tone up or simply elevate your overall well-being by fusing together exercise, spa treatments and balanced meals to provide speedy results.
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Toulas
Arrive by tender to this gastromonic jewel set on the shores of Agni's boutique beach, siuated on the edge of the sea. The setting and food make for a spectacular evening.
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Achilleion Palace
Travel back in time to when the palace was the home to two figures of European history, the Empress of Austria-Hungary Elizabeth, the famous Sisi, and the Kaiser William II of Germany whose only common denominator was their worship of Corfu and Greek culture.
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Taverna Agni
One of the most recommended restaurants in Corfu, this family run venue offers a magical beachfront setting on Agni Beach coupled with simply delicious Greek food.
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Medusa
Traditional Greek dishes prepared with love using the finest local produce. Listen to the splashing waves surrounding this restaurant on a rocky headland as you wine and dine.
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Tassia
Acclaimed chef Tassia Dendrinou celebrates traditional Kefalonian dishes and recipes from all over Greece at their Fiskardo quayside restaurant. Tassia and Polychronis combine famous Greek hospitality with a passion for healthy good food.
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Apagio
This harbourside diner combines new Mediterranean flavours with old traditional recipes, adding a unique twist to each, in a warm, welcoming environment overlooking Fiskardo's famous Venetian lighthouse.
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Principote
Enjoy delicious Mediterranean cuisine prepared by artisan chefs using handpicked fresh organic produce from local and regional small farm producers to on the Panormos Beach-side terraces.
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Jackie O’Beach Club
Located above the shimmering turquoise waters of Super Paradise Bay, Jackie O’ Beach Club offers a culinary explosion of the senses. Toast the sunset with a delicious cocktail in the 360 Open bar and let Priscilla entertain you.
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Zannos Malathron
Traditional Santorinian dishes with creative touches and beautiful views across the island. Enjoy Santorini’s sweet cherry tomatoes, the famous fava, sweet white eggplants, spicy capers prepared with the latest culinary trends.
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Ammoudi Fish Tavern
This is a quayside taverna on the azure Ammoudi Bay backed by red volcanic cliffs and overlooking the Byzantine Oia Castle. Expect the freshest fish straight from the boats in the bay's tiny fishing port.
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Moorings
A chic bar and restaurant overlooking the marina serving Chef Andreas Shinas' original Mediterranean cuisine. Enjoy a cocktail on the roof terrace while the sun sets across the Vouliagmeni's beautiful landscape.
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Nobu Matsuhisa
Bask in the evening light of incredible sunsets at this Vouliagmeni outpost of the famous Nobu empire. Try the lobster sashimi, the Wagyu tacos or the octopus carpaccio with dry miso - unforgettable.
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Nobelos
A family bar and restaurant on picturesque Agios Nikolaos on the north east coast serving authentic Greek cuisine made using carefully sourced organic produce grown on the family farm.
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Porto Zante
A spa hotel overlooking the sea serving exquisite Greek and Mediterranean cuisine at its Club House Restaurant and a Asian fusion at its open air |Maya Restaurant.
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Old Venetian Fortress
The Old Fortress, one of Europe's most impressive, is visible as you approach Corfu. The fortress used to be connected to the land by a movable, wooden bridge. In 1819, the British replaced this bridge with a causeway locally known as 'contafossa'.
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Catacombs
Part of a sizable necropolis at the foothills of the village of Trypiti, the Catacombs of Milos were used by early Christians first as a burial site and later also as a place of worship and a refuge after persecution by the Romans became widespread. They are the most important early Christian monument in all of Greece.
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Drogarati Cave
Discovered 300 years ago and opened to the public in 1963, this 150 million year-old cave has remarkable formations of stalactites and stalagmites. The cave is about 60m deep and has a constant temperature of 18C and humidity can reach 90 percent.
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Melissani Cave
A magical lake inside a cave surrounded by forests. The cave has two chambers and the roof of one caved in centuries ago letting sunlight in. When the sun is right overhead at noon, the sunlight hitting the turquoise waters fills it with blue light.
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Castle of St George, Kefalonia
At the time of its glory, inside the Castle, there were residences, public buildings, storehouses with food and guns, churches, hospitals, prisons, cisterns of water and generally an organized town.
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Windmills
Iconic and quintessentially Mykonos, these windmills are hundreds of years old. Most have been thoroughly renovated and some have even been converted into museums, the most famous being the Bonis windmill.
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Argyros Winery
Though established in 1903, the Argyros family estate was involved in wine production for decades before that. At 120 hectares it is the largest privately owned vineyard in Santorini, a vast, four-generations-long investment.
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Acropolis
The Acropolis of Athens and its monuments are universal symbols of the classical spirit and civilisation. These iconic ruins form the greatest architectural and artistic complex bequeathed by Greek antiquity to the world.
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Temple of Hephaestus
The best preserved ancient temple in Greece, it was dedicated to Hephaestus, the ancient god of fire, and Athena, goddess of pottery and crafts.
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Agios Sostis
The tiny island of Agios Sostis offers a spectacular beauty due to its unusual rock formations, the small caves and the pine trees.
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Kalamos Beach
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Cove of Kleftiko
Accessible only by boat, these dazzling blue waters surrounded by white cliffs peppered with coves used to be used by smugglers - Kleftiko means bandit . Now they are enjoyed by snorkellers and swimmers.
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Cavo Paradiso
A legendary place, not only for Mykonos but also in the wider international clubbing community, and home to some of the island's most memorable parties and it is a must-see attraction to anyone that is passing.
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Koo Club
Dance all night long on the large outdoor patio in a tropical setting or on the indoor dance floor. Experience high energy beats into the early hours of the morning.
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Ermones Beach
Nestling in a cove surrounded by tree-clad slopes, this is a beach that attracts many visitors. A few sunbeds and umbrellas are found at the beach. Arrive by tender and you can have one of the smaller bays along the coast all to yourself.
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Sarakiniko Beach
A bright white beach studded with volcanic rocks contrasts with the turquoise waters and the lush green vegetation. Bars and tavernas refresh the many guests lured by its unique charms.
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Pollonia Beach
Like most beaches on this island, Pollonia beach is also long and sandy, apart from being lined with trees supplying some much needed shade. The water is crystal clear and a string of colourful bobbing boats add to the holiday atmosphere.
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Avithos Beach
At the foot of red sandstone cliffs is a beautiful beach with crystalline waters located 12km southwest of Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia, and very close to the village of Svoronata.
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White Beach
Towering white cliffs form a beautiful, small cove lined with grey volcanic sand and white pebbles that is all but inaccessible by land. Snorkelling is great in these crystal clear waters.
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Astir Beach
At the base of the Vouliagmeni peninsula, Astir Beach has been hosting the Athenian elite as well as international VIPs for decades.
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Laganas Beach
This protected beach, part of the Greek National Marine Park, is where the endangered sea turtle Caretta-Caretta lays its eggs. The little pine-clad islet of Agios Sostis is at the southern end of the beach.
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Shipwreck Beach
Also know as Navagio Beach, this famous beach is home to the MV Panayiotis, which wrecked here in October 1980. The electric blue water is due to sulphurous caves around the beach.
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Void
A futuristic set, immersive sound, dancefloor and two bars are the scene you step into at Void Club. Above are private tables with the best views in the house and a chance to see the DJ in action, but for the ultimate experience opt for the invitation-only Gallery with a VIP tables and your own bar.
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Galea Club
To party into the early hours head to Galea. It’s the local spot to find the best club music in town and let your hair down on the dance floor. The insider tip is that the scene really gets going after midnight - so don't go too early.
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Lohan
A world-class club with international DJs, dance arena, VIP area, TV room and backstage – which takes you right next to the DJ booth. So whether you want to throw shapes, chill in the VIP suite or hang out with the DJ, this is the venue.
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Cebu Zakynthos
From cocktails to dinner to dance club, Cebu does it all without compromise. Elegant outside dining overlooking the beach with a menu stacked with fresh ingredients, later becomes a throbbing club. Follow their social media to find their latest glamourous offering.
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Lio Ibiza
Cabaret with your dinner? With the lights dimmed low and a spectacular show, eat, drink and watch the theatrical magic unfold. Fire eaters, singers and dancers – this is where the party’s at.
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Ushuaia
Hotel, restaurant and night club - you can stayover for the immersive Ushuaïa experience or just join the party for a night and revel in the Ibiza spirit. Keep an eye out for celebrities – it’s a favourite haunt.
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Amnesia
Internationally famous, Amnesia has won awards for just being the best. Found on the highway between Sant Antoni de Portmany and Ibiza Town – this temple of electronic music is worth a visit.
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O Beach
O Beach in Ibiza offers unique, lavish fun in a poolside environment. For high-end service and beautiful surroundings, all complemented with a vibrant soundtrack and world class entertainment make sure you stop at O Beach.
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Cotton Beach Club
Feeling free and carefree, open, happy and alive is strong is at the heart of the Cotton experience. Enjoy sustainable thinking, world-class service and design during your yacht charter to Ibiza.
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Beso Beach
The rustic beach club vibe brings a little boho to Ibiza. Fresh flavours and fun are Beso’s mantra as they serve up food and live music.
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Ibiza castle tours
Perched on a dramatic hill, Ibiza Castle, or Castell d'Eivissa in Catalan, marks the top of Ibiza’s Dalt Vila, or Upper Town. The island landmark was built over the course of more than 1,000 years - 12th Century medieval architecture sits next to an 18th Century barracks.
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Las Salinas
Las Salinas in Ibiza is the dream anchorage point for any active charters or water sports enthusiasts. Enjoy exploring the ocean with one of the many toys available onboard your superyacht, or take the tender ashore and hike along the coast and up to the pirate watchtower.
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Aguas blancas
Spend a day like a local during your West Mediterranean yacht charter with a visit to Aguas blancas in Ibiza. With a view of Tagomago Island and Cala San Vicente, you’ll be able to unwind in peace and quiet.
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Es Calo de Sant Agusti port
To experience the most authentic sense of Ibiza, anchor in Es Calo de Sant Agusti port. Surrounded by an unspoiled landscape and traditional fishing boats, Es Calo de Sant Agusti is truly a place to escape.
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Cala Conta
For active charterers who find it hard to sit still, Cala Conta is the ideal beach destination. With lots of different areas to explore, and calm azure waters to swim in, there’s plenty to keep you entertained. Cala Conta is also one of the best places to enjoy incredible views of the smaller islands that surround Ibiza’s coastline.
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Cala Xarraca
For any budding photographers, the anchorage at Cala Xarraca during your West Mediterranean charter is a must. Thanks to the surrounding pine forests and red rock cliffs, this is one of the most isolated bays in Ibiza and offers some of the most fabulous views. The waters are also incredibly clear, making it a wonderful spot for snorkelling as well.
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Cala Tarida
Perfect for families looking to spend a day ashore during their Ibiza/West Mediterranean yacht charter, Cala Tarida offers a large beach, complete with plenty of fine white sand and turquoise blue water that’s ideal for swimming, paddling, and playing in.
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Es Vedra
Shrouded in mystery, to experience a piece of Ibiza’s magic you must visit Es Vedra during your private Ibiza yacht charter. Rising from the sea and standing at almost 400m high, prepare to have your breath taken away the first time you visit.
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Calas Benirras
Any motor or sailing yacht charter in West Mediterranean must include a few hours at anchor off Cala Benirras beach. Located on the north of the island, this beach is famous for having some of the most spectacular and romantic sunsets in the Mediterranean.
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Cala San Vicente
Ten minutes from San Juan, Cala San Vincente is the prime beach for any watersports enthusiasts. With a diving centre and calm, clear waters perfect for stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking, everyone from the most experienced to total novices will have a blast.
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Ibiza town
Known for having lively nightlife, visitors to Ibiza town are surprised by just how much this port city has to offer. From stunning architecture to gorgeous beaches, this anchorage point during your West Mediterranean yacht charter really does have something for everyone.
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Formentera
Escape the hustle and bustle of Ibiza and spend a few days soaking up the sun and swimming in the sea that surrounds Formentera. The smallest of the Balearic Islands, this is a popular spot for windsurfing in particular, so make sure to add it to your West Mediterranean charter itinerary if you want to try something different.
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Ses Salines
The Ses Salines Natural Park is an ideal destination for the chance to explore some of the island’s most incredible scenery during your charter experience in Ibiza.
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IT restaurants
Found at the scenic Marina Botafoch overlooks the Mediterranean, with gorgeous views of the ancient walled city, making it the perfect spot for private parties and weddings.
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Sa Nansa
Open all year round for half-days and nights, in an urban setting Sa Nansa specialises in Ibizan cuisine, with a menu that showcases locally caught fish and seafood.
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Juan y Andrea
This family-run restaurant on Illetes de Formentera beach is surrounded by palm trees. Take a seat on the terrace for amazing views and excellent cuisine.
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El Olivo Mio
A romantic restaurant in the heart of the old town, at El Olivo Mio the tables overflow onto the cobbled street, and you can choose from a Mediterranean menu made with quality produce.
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Blue Marlin Ibiza
Head to Cala Jondal for day-to-night entertainment, creative cocktails and globally influenced fare from sushi to pasta at this beach club with big-name DJs.
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The Beach by Ushuaïa
The Beach by Ushuaïa is one of several restaurants within the hotel. Combining Mediterranean dishes fused with Asian flavours at a beach pavilion with hammocks and music.
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Dalt Vila
Ibiza's old town, with its imposing Castell d'Eivissa, sits atop the town. Explore these winding cobbled streets on foot to find intimate bars, rustic restaurants, cozy cafes, art galleries and a dazzling melange of cultural goings-on.
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Shopping
From the high-end designer brands known worldwide to bohemian markets selling hand-crafted pieces and vintage fashion and jewellery, Ibiza delivers all manner of retail therapy.
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Hiking
Take in historical buildings, local trades and family restaurants, breath-taking pine-clad interior landscapes and stunning coastal vistas with secret coves and white-sand beaches. Ibiza has as a great deal to offer hikers of all ambitions.
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Night market
Serious shoppers may choose to avoid the heat of the day and browse by night at night markets like Las Dalias, deep in the heart of the island. There are endless sources of creativity and inspiration as well as DJs and dining on local delicacies.
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Hotel Belmond
Fine regional wines and delicious local produce like deep-fried scampi and black olive dumplings, served al fresco on the wisteria-covered balcony of La Terrazza restaurant in Portofino.
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Il Piccolo Principe
With two Michelin stars, this restaurant serves exceptional modern Mediterranean dishes accompanied by a selection of the finest wines from the wine cellar.
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Villa Verde
Dine al fresco on the terrace and tantalise your palate with the specialties of the house in an enchanting setting.
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Da Paolino
Set in a lemon grove and dappled with shade from its branches, this Paolino in Capri has gone from a simple little restaurant and become an institution. Fine wines from local vineyards, fish fresh from Marina Grande.
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Regina Isabella
Michelin-star Executive Chef Pasquale Palamaro prepares traditional Mediterranean or international fare at Regina Isabella while you enjoy views over the garden or the ocean.
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Chiaia Di Luna
Traditional island recipes, to be enjoyed by the pool or on a terrace that reigns over the panorama of the beautiful and wild land of Ponza.
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Terrazza Bosquet
Chef Antonino Montefusco's creates one Michelin star dishes served on a beautiful terrace where you can listen to the sounds of the sea as the stars glimmer overhead.
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Palazzo Avino
Enjoy a formal candlelit dinner at Rossellini's restaurant or a delicious casual meal at Terrazza Belvedere. Now you can experience the Chef’s Table and the Sommelier’s Table too during your West Mediterranean yacht charter to Amalfi.
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Il Comandante - Romeo Hotel
On your trip to Naples make sure to visit Il Comandante. This one Michelin star restaurant is on the top floor and offers spectacular views of the Gulf of Naples as you dine on Head Chef Salvatore Bianco's creative, refined gourmet cuisine.
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Palazzo Petrucci
Chef Lino Scarallo revives typical 'o ragu e Mare' dishes at this one Michelin star restaurant on Villa Donn'Anna beach in Posillipo.
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Eden Roc
A staple of the Positano restaurant scene where you can sample genuine delicacies true to the flavours of the Mediterranean, cultivated in the restaurant's own garden.
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La Sponda
The light Mediterranean cuisine at Le Sirenuse’s romantic restaurant is based on fresh local ingredients and inspired by the great culinary traditions of Naples and the Amalfi Coast. Dine by the light of four hundred candles during your yacht charter to Positano.
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Don Camillo
Chef Giovanni Guarneri's philosophy is to develop new culinary traditions in his own personal evolution of the local cuisine. Dine beneath vaulted stone ceilings at Don Camillo.
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Pietro D’Agostino
From the catch of the day and locally sourced produce to escargot caviar and the intense flavour of premium Sicilian olive oils, La Capinera offers Michelin-starred interpretations of traditional Sicilian cuisine with Ionian views.
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Osteria Dei Vespri
Stroll to this restaurant in a pedestrianised part of Palermo for a friendly welcome from the long-established owners and discover modern dishes made from local ingredients.
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Portofino
Romantic, photogenic, ever popular, the pastels of Portofino are a must-see on any yacht tour of the Italian Riviera.
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Cinque Terre
This is an ideal anchorage during a yacht charter in the Italian Riviera. Famed for its amazing natural landscape, this series of five fishing villages (Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore) along the coastline of the Italian Riviera is a UNESCO world heritage site thanks to the incredible culture.
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Pisa
The Duomo Cathedral, the Square of Miracles and, of course, the eponymous tower, so much to see. The Romanesque buildings, Gothic churches and Renaissance piazzas that line these streets are full of charm.
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Elba Island
Elba Island in Tuscany is a paradise for those who love exploring, bird watching, being immersed in nature, hiking and endless views.
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Genoa
Walking around Genoa is a great way to spend a day during your West Mediterranean luxury yacht charter, exploring restaurants, palaces, art galleries and the 13th century cathedral.
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Blue Grotto
Famous since Roman times as Emperor Tiberius' favourite nymphaea, or temples dedicated to sea nymphs, this sea cave in Capri shimmers with azure light.
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Gardens of Augustus
Moments away from the Charterhouse of San Giacomo, the floral terraces of the Gardens of Augustus present amazing views of the Faraglioni, Bay of Marina Piccola and Via Krupp.
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Via Krupp
The famously vertiginous pathway in Capri weaves its way down from the Gardens of Augustus and winds its way along at the foot of the cliffs to Marina Piccola.
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Duomo di Amalfi
Dominating the Piazza del Duomo is Amalfi's cathedral. The cathedral and its bell tower were built in the 13th century but the intricate Byzantine façade was added in the 19th century.
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Terra Murata
Panoramic views across the Bay of Naples from this pastel-painted beauty at the island's highest point. Don't miss the 16th century Palazzo d'Avalos while you're there.
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Mount Vesuvius
Ever hiked up a volcano? Follow the trail and climb over 1,000m to look into the crater and admire the views of Naples and, of course, its famous victim, Pompeii.
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Pompeii ruins
When this thriving Roman city was engulfed by ash in 79AD, it reserved some remarkable insights - and some rather chilling ones - about life in Roman times.
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Portofino
Thanks to the incredibly beautiful harbour, anchoring in Portofino is a must for anyone enjoying a superyacht charter in Italy. The boom of the 1950s jet-set era hasn’t stopped, and today Portofino is filled with glamourous parties and champagne evenings.
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Cinque Terre
One of the top anchorage points in the Italian Riviera, Cinque Terre is also Italy's most famous walking route. Located in Liguria, this string of seaside villages is not to be missed during your Italian Riviera yacht charter.
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Elba Island
Located on the Tuscan Archipelago, Elba Island was famously known as Napolean’s place of exile. Today, the island has established a reputation for having some of the best beaches in the region, along with some of the most delicious seafood and wine around.
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Chiaia di Luna
This anchorage point on the island of Ponza is world famous, thanks to the stunning crescent-shaped moon beach that’s framed by sheer white cliffs. Chiaia di Luna should be on any West Mediterranean charter itinerary.
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Capri
This island in the Bay of Naples is the home of limoncello and the Blue Grotto. Combining upscale hotels with a beautiful, rural landscape, Capri should be on every West Mediterranean yacht charter bucket list.
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Amalfi
Picturesque is the only way to describe an Amalfi Coast yacht charter thanks to its pastel-coloured villages, stunning clifftops and magical coves and beaches. An Amalifi Coast anchorage gives you the chance to enjoy long coastal drives around Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula, and long, lazy days at anchor surrounded by the scent of cliffside lemon groves.
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Procida
This tiny spot in the Bay of Naples is a slice of paradise for anyone on a superyacht charter in the West Mediterranean. Famous for growing some of the most delicious lemons in the world, Procida is truly exquisite.
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Ischia
Ischia is a volcanic island in the Gulf of Naples that’s known for having incredible mineral-rich thermal waters. If you are planning a visit during your luxury West Mediterranean yacht charter, make sure you visit Maronti Beach in the south of the island.
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Naples
Take a berth in the Port of Naples with views of Mount Vesuvius in the background. A must-see part of any Italian yacht charter, Naples is the perfect combination of beautiful architecture, historical sites, and delicious pizza.
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Positano
One of the most iconic villages in the Amalfi Coast, Positano is a seaside paradise. Enjoy views of Positano’s coastline from Spiaggia Grande from one of the many wonderful local cafes. For active charterers, why not discover the local villages with a hike along the Path of the Gods, or a walking tour on the Piazza dei Mulini.
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Nerano
Named after Emperor Tiberio Nerone, no luxury yacht charter to Italy would be complete without anchoring in Nerano. This idyllic fishing village is situated between Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, and is known for having stunning coastal walks in an around the Natural Marine Reserve of Punta Campanella.
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Sorrento
A berth in the Marina Piccola in Sorento places you in prime position to explore this wonderful part of the Italian coastline. Head inland and explore the Corso Italia, Sorrento’s main shopping street, or head across to the Marina Grande, where you can stroll around the stunning fishing village and dine in local delicacies.
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Taormina
Perched high above the sea, Taormina on Sicily’s east coast offers anyone who visits the chance to escape into a world of adventure and culture. Known both for the Teatro Antico di Taormina, an ancient Greco-Roman theatre still used today, and for its proximity to the active volcano Mount Etna, Taormina is truly a town that offers the best of both worlds.
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Agrigento
Anchor off Maddalusa Beach and take the tender into San Leone to visit Agrigento, the City of Temples. It’s the perfect way to incorporate some culture into a Sicily yacht charter. Travel back to ancient Greece with a visit to the Valle dei Templi, a UNESCO world heritage site and explore the delights of the Via Atenea in the old town.
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Castellammare del Golfo
Anchoring in the beautiful seaside town of Castellammare del Golfo gives you the chance to truly unwind by the ocean during your Italian yacht charter. Wander through the harbour, explore rocky coves and stroll past the castle and through the town to your heart’s content.
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Mako
A historic club close to the Genoese seafront in Albaro. Its large terrace overlooks the sea at and offers one of the city's most evocative sunset watching spots.
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Covo di Nord-Est
A former private house with its own tender quay that has hosted the great and the good over the years, from royalty to ratpackers.
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VV Club Capri
In the high-end shopping street via Vittorio Emanuele, Capri’s VV CLUB welcomes international guests to the island's most fashionable club.
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Forte Dei Marmi
At Twiga Beach in Versilia, on the Tuscan Coast, lies Forte Dei Marmi, where you can sip cocktails on an Arabian gazebo and enjoy privacy, reserved cabins, a heated seawater swimming pool and attentive service.
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Conca del Sogno
Peace and privacy with terraces overlooking the sea for those in search of a beachside haven with a small pebbly beach, bar and kitchen.
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Tao, Taormina
Rent a cabana in one of four different areas and enjoy personal butler service, from cocktail and lunch to renting jetskis, or stay until late when DJs entertain.
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Cala Domestica
Surrounded by two promontories, Cala Domestica with its former mining port, is one of the most beautiful beaches in southern Sardinia. Enjoy a hike around one of the many trails that surround the beach, before swimming and snorkelling in the azure waters in the afternoon to cool down.
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Cala di Volpe
Translated as ‘the bay of the fox’, Cala di Volpe Sardinia offers some of the best beaches in the Costa Smeralda. Make the most of crystal clear waters before heading up to the astounding ‘Cala di Volpe’ hotel, famously featured in the James Bond movie ‘The spy who loved me’.
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Cala Luna Sunshine
Located in the Gulf of Orosei, Cala Luna is one of Sardinia’s most scenic beaches. Surrounded by clusters of rock formations and caves, Cala Luna beach is perfect for rock climbing as well as more traditional beach activities like snorkelling, kayaking and fishing. Fans of the movie ‘Swept away’ (the original and remake), should definitely visit Carla Luna as part of their Sardinian yacht charter.
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Tavolara
Tavolara island, just off the northeast coast of Sardinia, is a great anchorage for any Italy yacht charter experience. Perfect in summer or early autumn, one of the nicest things to do in Tavolara is to hike from Spalmatore di Terra beach to Pratone where you can enjoy immense views of the Gulf of Olbia.
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Sassari
Often described as’ beautiful’ and ‘regal’, Sassari is the second largest city in Sardinia. Known for being a city rich in art, culture, neoclassical architecture and history, anchoring in Sassari is a must for anyone exploring Sardinia.
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Castelsardo
Fortified with a castle, Castelsardo on the northern coast of Sardinia is an ideal anchorage for anyone on an Italian yacht charter between western Sardinia and the islands or Tavolara, Molara, and Isola to the east.
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Scivu Beach
Enjoy sunny days surrounded by white sands and rocky cliffs while anchored at Scivu Beach in Sardinia. The perfect location for anyone enjoying a private yacht charter in Italy.
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Porto Cervo
For five-star dining experiences, glorious beaches and a magnificent marina, taking a berth at Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in Porto Cervo in Sardina is a must. One of the most popular summer destinations for a private yacht charter Italy, enjoy admiring the marina, exploring the boutiques and sipping cocktails in one of the many luxurious bars.
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Villasimius
Offering stunning beaches and nightlife, Villasimius is a fine anchorage for anyone looking to experience all that Sardinia can offer during a yacht charter in Italy. Active charterers can take a trip to nearby dive sites like Isola die Càvoli and explore sunken shipwrecks. After a day spent swimming and sunning, head into the centre and dance until daybreak in anyone of the numerous bars and chic clubs.
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Alghero
Anchoring in Alghero gives you the chance to explore one of northwest Sardinia’s most beautiful medieval cities. Lose yourself in the city centre, and enjoy wandering along the golden sea walls that surround the Centro Storico.
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Arbatax
If you’re headed to Tortolì as part of your Italy yacht charter experience, then a visit to Arbatax is a must! The home of the annual Rocce Rosse Blues music festival, Arbatax is the perfect starting point for anyone looking to explore Gulf of Orosei.
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Caprera Island
Home of Giuseppe Garibaldi, Caprera Island is one of the most popular spots to visit in northern Sardinia. Known for the ever-changing blue colour of the sea, Caprera Island is a haven for diving enthusiasts thanks to the underwater landslides of Shark Point, Cala Inglesi, and Fiordino.
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Maddalena
Located in northern Sardinia, the port of Palau in La Maddalena is the ideal anchorage. A popular destination for snorkelling is Cala Brigantina, a cosy cove with shallow waters that are filled with marine life.
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San Pietro
Located off the coast of Sardinia, San Pietro Island is the sixth largest island off the Italian coast. Featuring jagged cliffs, a 19th century lighthouse and rocky coves and beaches, spend long, lazy days at anchor during your private yacht charter in Italy.
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Spalmatore Beach
Located in the Province of Sassari, Spalmatore Beach is ideal for anyone looking for a place to enjoy snorkelling, swimming and sunbathing during their Italian yacht charter.
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Doctors Beach
Although it’s a bit of a hike to get there on land, Doctors Beach (or Spiaggia del Dottore) near Porto Istana in Sardinia is well worth the trip. Known for having great snorkelling and scuba diving spots, make sure you stay until sun down, when the setting sun turns the rocks on the southern side of the beach a deep shade of red.
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Cagliari
Anchoring in Cagliari, the capital of Sardinia, gives you the chance to wander through winding streets in the Old Quarter, and enjoy the city’s stunning architecture and archaeology. From Poetto beach to Il Castello, Cagliari is another world.
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Olbia
The Greek word for ‘happiness’, Olbia is the ideal anchorage for anyone on an Italian yacht charter in Costa Smeralda. Known for the San Simplicio basilica, the palm-tree lined waterfront and quaint cafes make for gorgeous afternoons exploring the city at your leisure.
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Catania
Discover the best of the Ionian Sea in Catania on Sicily’s east coast. The second largest city in Sicily, Catania is at the base of Mount Etna, making it an ideal destination for any thrill seekers keen to hike the trails around this active volcano.
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Cefalu
Considered one of Italy’s most lovely resort towns, Cefalu in northern Sicily is known for its 12th century Norman cathedral. When you’re done sightseeing unwind on some of Sicily’s finest beaches, and enjoy a beautiful sunset across the water.
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Favignana
Favignana island in northwestern Siciliy is part of any dream summer yacht charter. With its crystal clear, azure waters there are plenty of opportunities for swimming and diving, as well as coastal explorations on foot.
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Levanzo
The smallest of the Egadi Islands, dropping anchor in Levanzo means charter guests will have the opportunity to enjoy the island’s gorgeous port to the full extent. Surrounded by a tiny village, make sure to head to the Grotta del Genovese to enjoy the prehistoric artwork to its full extent.
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Mondello
One of the many treasure troves on the Sicilian coastline, Mondello has an astounding 1.5km coastline and beautiful blue waters which are the ideal spot for long, lazy days on the beach. It’s also home to numerous sailing and surfing clubs, some of which are responsible for training Olympic champions. If you’re keen to expand your Italian charter experience, Mondello is this place.
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Palermo
Anchoring in Palermo, the capital city of Sicily, puts you at the heart of all the action. Sail to the edge of Europe on your luxury Italy yacht charter, and experience a city filled with hidden gems. For a night of classical music head to Teatro Politeama Garibaldi after a day exploring the city’s most unique jewellery boutiques.
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Sciacca
For anyone looking for a unique anchorage, Sciacca in Sicily is the ideal destination. From spas to carnivals, this fishing town is a step removed from the usual tourist hotspots, while still offering visitors plenty of options when it comes to things to see and do.
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Syracuse
Anyone on a superyacht charter in Sicily should make time to stop in Syracuse. While it’s the perfect place to explore the southeast of the island, Syracuse itself is known for its ancient ruins, Roman amphitheatre, and the Orecchio di Dionisio, a limestone cave shaped like a human ear.
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Trapani
For views as far as the Aegadian Islands, medieval villages, a beautiful coastline, and parks, anyone on a yacht charter to Sicily has to anchor in Trapani. This old-world Mediterranean town is filled with places to visit, including the 17th-century Torre di Ligny watchtower and Chiesa del Purgatorio church, just north of the beautiful harbour.
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Isola Bella
Known as the Pearl of the Ionian, Isola Bella is a stark juxtaposition of sleepy fishing village romance and exotic sculptural gardens.
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Mount Etna jeep tour
Explore Europe's highest volcano by off-road vehicle to check out lava flows old and new, the Alcantara Gorge and take a short hike to the crater.
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Stromboli
Explore the black sand beaches and take an 8km private guided tour up 400m on this volcanic island along a nature trail to observe volcanic activity first-hand.
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Belvedere Quattrochi
For exceptional views across the Mediterranean sea, look no further than a trip to Belvedere Quattrochi in Lipari. Meaning ‘beautiful’ (‘Bel’) ‘view’ (‘verde’), take a walk along the footpath Strada San Leonardo and gaze out to the Isle Vulcano and the Isle of Sicily.
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Castello
The castle itself dates back to the 15th century but the site has been inhabited since 4,000BC so it's also an important archaeological site.
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Old town
Shops and cafés nestle between steep slopes and narrow streets that offer, late at night, live music, delicacies. Marina Corta, a short stroll away, where you’ll find the small fishing port and colourful boats.
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Mondello
Enjoy the long, gently sloping beach with safe bathing for all or stroll along the promenade past the tall pines, palms and villas.
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Theatro Massimo
This famous opera house is right in the heart of the Sicilian capital of Palermo, culturally and physically. They also present concerts, ballet and recitals.
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Porto Rotondo
Give yourself some intensive retail therapy at high-end boutiques near Piazza Quadra, Piazza San Marco, and Piazza Casbah.
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Tavolara
This island is an adventure paradise. Hike the Via Ferrata or take a 4x4 off-road tour, go rappelling, canyoning, mountain biking or kayaking.
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Nora
Explore Sardinia's richest archaeological site, a city founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th century, then Carthaginian, then Roman, overlooked by the 16th century tower. Snorkel over Roman roads and other remains.
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Pevero Golf Club
A beautiful course with natural ponds, fragrant undergrowth and tees with panoramic views of Costa Smeralda, the island of Caprera and the Gulf of Pevero.
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Filippino
Expect a great selection of fresh fish at this historic restaurant, carefully and traditionally prepared and served in a relaxed atmosphere.
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ConFusion
In this delightful restaurant Chef Italo Bassi reinvents traditional Italian dishes, giving them a skilful twist using some unexpected ethnic influences.
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La Corona
Dine on a beach house terrace right on the sand of a beautiful azure bay with the Olbian coast in the distance. The emphasis is on very fresh seafood prepared in a Mediterranean style.
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Bacchus Ristorante
Taste the flavours of Sardinia with exquisite dishes lovingly prepared using local ingredients. Convenient for the airport, this restaurant's best tables overlook the pool.
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Dulchémente
In the heart of old Olbia, this contemporary restaurant features all the Sardinian classics expertly prepared as well as innovative modern dishes. The fish is excellent.
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Conca del Sogno
A bejewelled shelter for those who seek peace and privacy with terraces overlooking the sea, a small pebbly beach, bar and kitchen.
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Serra de Tramuntana
Take a trip inland to the spectacular Serra de Tramuntana range. Mallorca’s northwest coast and its hinterland are remarkably wild, with limestone peaks and cliffs that loom over the brilliant blue sea like ramparts. Gold-stone villages and hamlets sit atop hillsides, offering a glimpse of ancient Mallorca. The region’s unique cultural and geographical features have been recognised Unesco on to its World Heritage List.
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Castle Bellver
Visit this well-preserved 14th Century royal fortress surrounded by fragrant pine woods, an interesting museum and superb views over Palma Bay.
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Sa Foradada
Once home to Archduke Luis Salvador, Sa Foradada is the iconic rock formation on the northwest coastline of Mallorca. Work up an appetite for dinner and enjoy gorgeous sea views with a pre-dinner stroll around the area.
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Camp de Mar
Enjoy luxury, comfort, and incredible golfing opportunities at Camp de Mar, an exclusive resort town in Mallorca. If you want to work on your swing on some of the best green in the West Mediterranean, add Camp de Mar to your yacht charter itinerary.
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Cala Figuera
This fishing port in Santanyí is one of the most romantic places in Mallorca and the West Mediterranean. Calm and tranquil, with great scenery, this is the ideal spot for any honeymoon charter around the West Mediterranean.
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Cape Formentor to Pollensa
Travel from the tip of the island of Mallorca at Cape Formentor, known locally as the ‘meeting point of the winds’, to Pollensa in the north of Mallorca onboard your superyacht charter in Mallorca.
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Es Trenc
Thanks to its Caribbean blue waters, Es Trenc is one of the most well-known beaches in Mallorca, Spain. Any sailing yacht charter in the Balearics must include a day at anchor soaking up the sun on the white sand.
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Cala Mondrago
Located within Mondrago National Park in the southeast corner of Mallorca, Cala Mondrago beach is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Mallorca. For the chance to add some excitement and exploration into your West Mediterranean yacht charter, add Cala Mondrago to your list of anchorage points.
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Port de Soller
For a scenic, well-sheltered anchorage during your Mallorca yacht charter, Port Soller is a must. Combining seaside beauty with local history and gorgeous scenery Port Soller offers visitors the chance to relax and unwind in total peace and quiet.
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Porto Cristo
Enjoy the bright blue waters in family-friendly Porto Cristo on Mallorca’s east coast. Spend the day soaking up the sunshine and splashing in the waves before heading to one of the sublime local restaurants that fill the port and indulging in a plate of fresh seafood and a glass of Palo de Mallorca.
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The Club Mallorca
The hippest club on Palma Beach and probably the liveliest place in Mallorca. The team and the dancers keep the rhythm going all night.
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Ponderosa
Discover this restaurant in Playa de Muro, Mallorca. Specialising in rice, paellas and Mediterranean cuisine on the beach, prepared with care to celebrate Mallorca cuisine.
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Gran Folies
Located in Cala Llamp (Port d’Andratx), the Beach Club Gran Folies is a restaurant-bar where you will find a restaurant, swimming pool, solarium and cocktails. Plus enjoy a dip in the sea, which is right at your feet – this is the perfect place to spend a day off, celebrate an event or just drop in for dinner.
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Nikki Beach
Nikki Beach is a chic and sophisticated location only 20 minutes from central Palma. Come for the chilled atmosphere and stay to experience one of the best day-party venues in the world. Set overlooking the Isla de sa Porrassa on Calvia Beach, it’s a place to relax as talented chefs whip up glorious dishes and bar staff provide modern twists on traditional cocktails and mocktails.
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Andreu Genestra
The Andreu Genestra restaurant offers a sophisticated take on Mediterranean food, taking rustic ingredients and applying modern culinary techniques with delicious results.
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Oliu
Oliu preserves the essence of Mediterranean cuisine but with a new, more current gastronomic concept. In its architecture we can also observe the mixture of the traditional, preserving elements of the old ¨tafona¨, with a large terrace and garden.
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Sumaq
In Sumaq (a Quechua word that means good, rich, delicious) the concept is to bring to Palma part of the vast biodiversity that Peru offers, from the Pacific coast, to the Amazon and the heights of the Andes. Peruvian fusion cuisine based on a deep understanding of food, nature, cultures and environment.
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Puro Beach
Sparkling cocktails married with fresh cuisine. This bar and restaurant service offers you a menu of snacks and varied dishes, inspired by the flavors of the world to satify all palates and appetites.
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Ponderosa Beach
Specialises in rice dishes, Mediterranean food and paellas on the beach at Playa de Muro.
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Hotel can Simoneta
With views of the Mediterranean sea from the terrace, book a table to enjoy an innovative menu bursting with the fresh local ingredients.
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Byblos
Generous Italian cooking bursting with character! Just a stone’s throw from the legendary Place des Lices, the restaurant Cucina Byblos, warmly welcomes guests to a colourful and resolutely contemporary setting, in which a relaxed atmosphere reigns supreme. You will discover a whole host of flavours and aromas that combine to recreate the original and authentic taste of Italian cuisine.
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Principote
Enjoy delicious Mediterranean cuisine prepared by artisan chefs using handpicked fresh organic produce from local and regional small farm producers to on the Panormos Beach-side terraces.
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Zannos Malathron
Traditional Santorinian dishes with creative touches and beautiful views across the island. Enjoy Santorini’s sweet cherry tomatoes, the famous fava, sweet white eggplants, spicy capers prepared with the latest culinary trends.
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Zori
At the head of an anchorage on Paklinski, an island just off Hvar, Zori has been creating joyful food and an exceptional guest experience for over half a century.
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Casino Monte Carlo
François Blanc, the casino's founder once said, 'We should do nothing here as it is done elsewhere.' The image of James Bond has become inseparable from the Casino de Monte-Carlo, which, with its Belle Époque architecture, is a reference for gaming and entertainment, not just in Europe but around the world.
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Melissani Cave
A magical lake in Kefalonia housed inside a cave surrounded by forests. The cave has two chambers and the roof of one caved in centuries ago letting sunlight in. When the sun is right overhead at noon, the sunlight hitting the turquoise waters fills it with blue light.
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Krka National Park
Designed to serve science, culture and education, Krka National Park preserves exceptional natural ecosystems and has no fewer than seven famous waterfalls.
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Beaulieu-sur-Mer
Beaulieu, a secret hideaway in the French Riviera is the perfect place to escape the crowds, and enjoy the beaches, local markets, and famous views from Villa Kerylos.
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Saint-Tropez
One of the most luxurious beach destinations in the French Riviera, anchorage in Saint Tropez provides the perfect opportunity to soak in the sunshine on the beach and enjoy the fabulous nightlife.
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Ramatuelle
With incredible views of the Bay of Pampelonne, Ramatuelle is an unmissable anchorage destination in the Côte d'Azur.
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Les Caves du Roy
This is where parties of international repute are held and where the atmosphere on the right night is simply stunning: beautiful girls, international stars and the right mix of partygoers are all out to have a great time together. And then, there are the goose bumps when DJ Jack-E greets the 'party people from all over the world' with his legendary Welcome back to Saint Tropez. Orders of Roederer Cristal Methusalem are celebrated with a fanfare, lighting effects and fireworks.
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Nikki Beach Club
Unwind in a beautiful, relaxing environment in the glamorous principality of Monaco, with stunning sunsets across the Mediterranean and world class entertainment. Head to Nikki Beach to soak up the sun on luxurious day beds while enjoying lunch and creative cocktails.
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Hotel-du-Cap-Eden-Roc
Take in the surroundings and you will see the seaside cabanas where Greta Garbo luxuriated, the sparkling blue waters where Kirk Douglas waterskied, the craggy rocks where Marc Chagall sketched and the iconic saltwater pool where countless stars have bathed. What will your story be? Live the legend.
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Paleokastritsa Beach
This is arguably Corfu’s most picturesque village, The word Paleokastritsa literally means old fortress and it's named after a ruined castle on the rocky hilltop overlooking the bay where Monastery of the Virgin now stands.
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Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) Forest
A picture perfect delta of cedars, stone pines and cypress fringed by white sand, Golden Cape is ideal for sports such as running, cycling, gymnastics and free climbing or just a leisurely stroll. The whole area is closed to motor vehicles.
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Carpe Diem Beach
Feel the colours of Hvar’s nightlife. DJs from all over the world perform until morning light, hosting some famous parties.
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Formentera
Perfect for anyone looking to spend long, lazy beach days snorkelling and swimming, anchorage in Formentera is the ideal place to lose track of time.
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Na Foradada
Distinguishable thanks to its distinctive rock formations, enjoy long coastal walks followed by a delicious local glass of wine and paella in Na Forada.
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Cala Macarelleta
Small and secluded, Cala Macarelleta in Menorca is the ideal beach to anchor yourself and take in the views and breeze off the Mediterranean sea.
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Cavo Paradiso
A legendary place, not only for Mykonos but also in the wider international clubbing community, and home to some of the island's most memorable parties and it is a must-see attraction to anyone that is passing.
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The Club Mallorca, Palma
The hippest club on Palma Beach and the most powerful, colourful and lively place in Mallorca. The team and the dancers keep the rhythm and vibe pulsing through the night.
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Castle Bellver, Palma
A well-preserved 14th-century royal fortress with fragrant pine woods, an interesting museum and superb views over Palma Bay.
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VV Club Capri
In the high-end shopping street via Vittorio Emanuele, VV CLUB in Capri welcomes international guests to the island's most fashionable club.
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Palazzo Avino
Enjoy a formal candlelit dinner at Rossellini's restaurant or a delicious casual meal at Terrazza Belvedere. Now you can also experience the Chef’s Table and the Sommelier’s Table during your anchorage in Amalfi.
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Il Comandante - Romeo Hotel
This one Michelin star restaurant is on the top floor and offers spectacular views of the Gulf of Naples as you dine on Head Chef Salvatore Bianco's creative, refined gourmet cuisine.
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Andreu Genestra
The Andreu Genestra restaurant in Palma offers a sophisticated take on Mediterranean food, taking rustic ingredients and applying modern culinary techniques with delicious results.
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Blue Grotto
Famous since Roman times as Emperor Tiberius' favourite nymphaea, or temples dedicated to sea nymphs, this sea cave on the coast of Capri shimmers with azure light.
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Pevero Golf Club
A beautiful course in Sardinia with natural ponds, fragrant undergrowth and tees with panoramic views of Costa Smeralda, the island of Caprera and the Gulf of Pevero.
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Conca del Sogno
A bejewelled shelter in Nerano for those who seek peace and privacy with terraces overlooking the sea, a small pebbly beach, bar and kitchen.
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Capri
Experience the rugged coastline. fabulous shopping & visiting the Blue Grotto during your time in the Bay of Naples.
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Amalfi
Anchorage during an Amalfi coast yacht charter gives you the opportunity to enjoy the town’s Piazza Dante, the Amalfi port and marina, as well as a glass of the delicious limoncello.
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Palombaggia
Offering all the colours in the rainbow, Palombaggia beach is defined by red rocks, blue waters, powder white sands and umbrella pine trees. Plunge below the waves to encounter mullet, silverfish, octopus and sole. Above the waves rare crested cormorants nesting in the neighbouring UNESCO World Heritage Cerbicale islands attract bird watchers.
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Bonifacio
Founded in 1830, Bonifacio, Corsica is steeped in history and beauty. Try snorkelling in Porragia Island, or the turquoise waters of Plage du petit Sperone.
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Hôtel & Spa Des Pêcheurs
A unique Mediterranean culinary experience in extraordinary surroundings with spectacular sea views. Each dish is created according to the season and represents the perfect harmony between Italian and French culinary traditions.
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Maddalena
Located off the northeast coast of Sardinia, enjoy unspoilt nature. Standout locations in the archipelago include Budelli island, complete with a breath taking pink beach.
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Positano
No anchorage on the Amalfi Coast would be complete without a visit to the iconic cliffside village.
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Favignana
Formerly referred to as ‘the big butterfly on the sea’, Favignana is one of the most popular Aegadian Islands thanks to its exceptionally clear waters and attractive beaches.
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Oliu
Oliu in Palma preserves the essence of Mediterranean cuisine but with a new, more current gastronomic concept. In its architecture we can also observe the mixture of the traditional, preserving elements of the old ¨tafona¨, with a large terrace and garden.
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Cala Luna Sunshine
Enjoy authentic Italian cooking in Dorgali, complete with views of the sunshine coast during a luxury yacht charter to Sardinia.
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Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc
Take in the surroundings and you will see the seaside cabanas where Greta Garbo luxuriated, the sparkling blue waters where Kirk Douglas water-skied, the craggy rocks where Marc Chagall sketched and the iconic saltwater pool where countless stars have bathed. What will your story be? Live the legend in Antibes.
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Konoba Stermazi
On the eastern edge of Mljet, Stermasi is good a local fish restaurant; the octopus salad has a following of its own.
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Iztuzu Beach
After cruising up the Dalyan River to see the ancient Lycian tombs carved into the cliffs and the therapeutic mud baths of Caunos, head to the environmentally protected Iztuzu Beach, also known as Turtle Beach because loggerhead turtles head here every year to lay their eggs.
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Le Martinez
Beneath the French Riviera sun, caressed by soft breezes that tickle the palms, welcome to a place of unique experiences from sunrise to sunset. On the glittering, world famous Croisette, the private beach of the Hôtel Martinez is Cannes’s site of unforgettable encounters, the place to see and to be seen.
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Balnearioilletas
This Mediterranean beach club offers an experience of complete and utter relaxation. A surprising breakfast, sun, sea and sand with premium sun loungers, wellness, a soothing massage followed by a refreshing midday juice or lunch with friends - cocktails in the afternoon and a live music in the evening.
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Shipwreck Beach
Also know as Navagio Beach, this famous beach is home to the MV Panayiotis, which wrecked here in October 1980. The electric blue water is due to sulphurous caves around the beach.
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Tao, Taormina
Rent a cabana in one of four different areas of the Tao Beach Club, and enjoy personal butler service, from cocktail and lunch to renting jetskis, or stay until late when DJs entertain.
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Letoon
Discovered in 1840, the ruined Lycian city of Letoon is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Green vegetation is filled with terrapins and frogs, due to a rising water table.
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Gemiler Island
Known as the birthplace of Saint Nicholas (Father Christmas), this historical island near the city of Fethiye is full of archaeological ruins, including four Byzantine churches. The name translates as 'Boat Island'.
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Agni Beach
This unspoilt shingle and sand beach in North East Corfu is the perfect place to swim uninterrupted and relax to your hearts content. Visit one of the three local tavernas and enjoy an evening on unspoilt tranquillity.
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Cove of Kleftiko
Accessible only by boat, these dazzling blue waters surrounded by white cliffs peppered with coves used to be used by smugglers - Kleftiko means bandit . Now they are enjoyed by snorkellers and swimmers.
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Fenix, Yalikavak Marina
The perfect stop during a Turkish yacht charter. Start with a citrussy cocktail or two then launch into a fine dining menu with international cuisine from tuna tartar to tacos and then stay for the dancing when the nightclub begins.
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Hvar
Hvar town is Croatia’s answer to Saint-Tropez, where visitors soak in the history and culture by day and party at night. Stari Grad (the Old Town) ‘the oldest city in Croatia’, established by the Antique Greeks in 384 B.C., is the historical heart of the island and said to be one of the most beautiful islands in the world.
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Kiki’s Tavern
Tucked away on the north side of the island, Kiki’s Tavern is small eatery that doesn’t have a sign, doesn’t have a phone to take reservations, and doesn’t have electricity! This no-frills taverna is a local legend – be prepared to queue, it’s worth the wait.
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Santa Marina
Perched just above the private beach at the Santa Marina, the Beach Bar is a chic, bohemian destination serving juices and smoothies, plus burgers and salads. Alternatively, opt for the Buddha-Bar Beach for smart dining and inspired cocktails.
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Interni
A garden restaurant in the heart of the island, Interni is all about the food. Combining Mediterranean flavours with international cuisine, the menu is updated to rely on quality seasonal ingredients. Book an evening table for a magical dinner.
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Zuma
Found within the Cavo Tagoo hotel, Zuma brings contemporary Japanese cuisine to Mykonos. This pairing of ultra-fresh fish prepared in the Japanese way as sashimi, or grilled and served with fresh herbs and spices makes for an exciting lunch.
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Porto Mykonos
For easy, laid-back dining in the centre of Mykonos town with stunning views, book a table on the terrace. The a la carte menu proudly champions Greek cuisine, which all adds to the charming ambiance.
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Solymar
From sushi rolls to zucchini spaghetti, this diverse meu will have something to tempt your taste buds. Plus, the Solymar Mykonos hotel offers a private pier and tender service to bring you to and front the yacht.
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Nobu Matsuhisa
Follow the ‘Finding Nobu’ signs and they will lead you to the Belvedere Hotel and the only open-air Nobu restaurant in the world, with an outdoor sushi bar too. The superstar chef’s passion for New Style Japanese cuisine melds with local fish and seafood in this Mykonos outpost.
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Phos Restaurant
Trip Adviser awarded this restaurant The Travellers Choice award in 2021, so definitely one for your itinerary. Set on the waterfront between Psarou and Platis Gialos beaches, the terrace seems to float over the water. The menu will not disappoint either – a feast of flavours and exquisitely served, you are spoilt for choice.
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Branco
Breakfast, lunch and dinner – you can eat here at any time of day and frankly, you might be tempted to just stay until the next meal. Find Branco on Platis Gialos, where sun loungers and music set the vibe for this beach restaurant.
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Bill & Coo
Which is the more stunning – the setting or the food? You can decide for yourself as your eyes wander from the infinity pool to the horizon to your plate. The Gastronomy Project aims to reinvent traditional Greek recipes and has become a sought-after haute cuisine experience. Reservations only.
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Windmills
The windmills are an iconic feature of Mykonos landscape. The windmills no longer operate, but they are a symbol of the island’s rich farming history. Being hundreds of years old, most of the windmills are well maintained and some have even been converted into museums, the most famous being the Bonis Windmill.
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Delos
Just off Mykonos is Delos, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This uninhabited island is the mythological birthplace of Apollo and today one vast archaeological site with remarkable monuments and the remains of a great civilisation. Sail over to see the Doric temples and Terrace of Lions.
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Little Venice
When you reach the seafront in Mykonos town, you may feel that you have arrived in Venice, Italy! The Venetian-style buildings appear to rise straight up from the sea, and many have balconies that hang over the waves. So named Little Venice is one of the most romantic places in Mykonos. Travellers have fallen in love with this charming quarter for it’s charm and architecture. Also the perfect spot to watch the sunset over the Aegean Sea.
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Psarou Bay
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Platis Gialos
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Agia Anna Beach
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Kalo Livadi
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Cavo Paradiso
Cavo Paradiso has acquired legendary status over the years not only for the Island of Mykonos but also in the wider international clubbing community for some of the most memorable parties on the Island of Mykonos and it is a must-experience attraction for anyone that is passing by this famous rock in the heart of Greece's historic archipelago.
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Jackie O Beach Club
Located above the dazzling turquoise waters of Super Paradise Bay, Jackie O Beach Club is the full package. With a pool, plus loungers on the beach, shopping and entertainment. Sample a delicious cocktail in the 360 Open bar and let Priscilla entertain you – get ready for an immersive experience.
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Nammos
This beach club has a low-key vibe. With private cabanas, beach bar and restaurant as well as beach space. The restaurant tables are set up on the terrace and on the sands, specialising in seafood. Try the Shisha Lounge if you like, or step onto the beach and find a sunbed with soft mattress and order a cocktail.
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Principote
At the pristine beach of Panormos, Principote beach club combines beach, restaurant and shopping. The beach loungers sit under crochet sunshade, creating a low-key luxury vibe that continues in the restaurant – where local organic produce is used to provide delicious fare. Also available to book for private events.
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Void
A futuristic set, immersive sound, dancefloor and two bars are the scene you step into at Void Club. Above are private tables with the best views in the house and a chance to see the DJ in action, but for the ultimate experience opt for the invitation-only Gallery with a VIP tables and your own bar.
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Torralbenc, Alaior
Michelin Star chef Gorka Txapartegi and chef Luis Loza deliver simple and honest Basque cuisine that celebrates the flavours of Menorcan gastronomy.
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Rels, Ciutadella de Menorca
Synonymous with his homeland, Joan Bagur creates cuisine in which honest local produce is elevated and elaborated to exquisite effect.
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Smoix, Ciutadella de Menorca
With all the intimacy of a Chef's Table, diners feel like accomplices at Smoix. The chef prepares and combines the flavours and aromas of seasonal produce in a way that embraces the whole room.
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Andreu Genestra, Capdepera
The Andreu Genestra restaurant pairs the finest Mediterranean produce with the most sophisticated current culinary techniques.
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Oliu, Andratx
With a seasonal menu that changes every three months, Oliu focuses on Mediterranean tradition with modern touches and rustic materials, a large terrace and a garden for lovers of special evenings.
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Sumaq, Palma
Irene Gutiérrez brings a Peruvian fusion based on a deep understanding of food, nature, cultures and the finest seasonal Mallorcan produce.
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Puro Beach, Palma
Snacks and varied dishes are inspired by the flavours and colours of the world to appeal to all palates. Top quality organic produce is prepared daily by our chefs to guarantee the freshness and excellence.
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IT, Ibiza Town
Overlooking Marina Botafoch and the Mediterranean, with terraces with gorgeous views of the ancient walled city, IT is perfect for private parties and weddings.
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Sa Nansa, Ibiza Town
Specialising in Ibizan seafood, Sa Nansa is where fresh and local produce lead the daily menu and every day is special for a different reason.
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Juan y Andrea, Formentera
Take the tender to the famous beach of Illetes de Formentera, under the palm trees, where Juan y Andrea delivers incomparable views, excellent seafood on the terrace or directly on the sand under the shade of the awnings.
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Ibiza castle tours, Ibiza Town
Built over the course of more than 1,000 years, Castell d'Eivissa sits on a dramatic hill at the top of Ibiza’s Dalt Vila. The island landmark is an architectural blend of pale stone that combines elements of 12th century medieval design with 18th century barracks.
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Serra de Tramuntana
Dominated by the splendid Serra de Tramuntana range, Mallorca’s northwest coast and its hinterland are a UNESCO World Heritage wilderness of scarred limestone peaks and cliffs that loom over brilliant blue sea. Golden stone villages and ochre hamlets sit atop hillsides providing tantalising insights into ancient Mallorca.
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Castle Bellver, Palma
A well-preserved 14th-century royal fortress with fragrant pine woods, an interesting museum and superb views over Palma Bay.
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Ciutadella
The historic city of Ciutadella on the west coast of Menorca used to be the capital of culture and commerce in Menorca. Today it is a very attractive city with wonderful historical heritage and real visitor appeal.
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Blue Marlin, Cala Jondal
As glitzy and glam as Ibiza’s VIP scene gets, the original Blue Marlin Ibiza on the pebbly shores of Cala Jondal is still the king of Ibiza’s nightclub scene.
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Ushuaia
Experience Ushuaïa's Ibiza spirit at the island's finest party as you deserve. Book your VIP table to get the best service surrounded by beautiful people and overlooking the stage.
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Amnesia
The backdrop for some of the island's most unforgettable clubbing moments has two massive rooms: the Club Room, a dark, cavernous cauldron, and the Terrace, an expansive arena with a glass roof that is flooded with light when the sun rises.
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Cova d’en Xoroi
The ultimate sundowner with ambient music and breathtaking sea views. By night, the caves are transformed as locals and holidaymakers party the night away to star DJs playing the latest club sounds.
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O Beach Ibiza
Unique, lavish and fun in a poolside environment for high-end service and beautiful surroundings, all complemented with a vibrant soundtrack and world class entertainment.
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Cotton Ibiza
Feeling free and carefree, open, happy and alive is strong is at the heart of the Cotton experience. Our successful, confident vision of hospitality is based on sustainable thinking, world-class service and design.
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Beso Beach
Come together to enjoy the purest essence of Ibiza where we offer cuisine with heart, with the best island produce available, without additives, without pretence, without sweeteners.
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Ponderosa
Discover rice, paellas and Mediterranean cuisine on the beach in our restaurant in Playa de Muro, Mallorca. Specialties are prepared with care from the finest local produce.
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Gran Folies
On Cala Llamp, one bay south of Port d’Andratx, the beach club restaurant and bar Gran Folies has been delivering authentic Mallorcan vibes for 40 years. Enjoy the swimming pool, solarium and cocktails while you take a dip in the sea.
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Balneario Illetas
This beach club in Illetas on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, offers sun and shade, excellent gastronomy, exquisite cocktails in the afternoon and live music in the evening.
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Maçakizi
Since opening in 1975, Maçakizi has captured the essence of Bodrum. Executive Chef Aret Sahakyan's cuisine is authentically Turkish yet completely international, reflecting his career.
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Ayana Mes Balik
Dine at local favourite serving a traditional Turkish menu using the freshest locally sourced produce, all in an amazing setting right on the beach.
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Fenix, Yalikavak Marina
The perfect dinner location for a luxury yacht charter in Turkey. Start with a citrussy cocktail or two then launch into a fine dining menu with international cuisine from tuna tartar to tacos and then stay for the dancing when the nightclub begins.
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Kaunos Tombs of the Kings
These tombs, chiselled into the rockside, are a spectacular sight and definitely worth visiting during your private yacht charter to Turkey. They are visible from miles around or you can walk to the entrance of the main site in Dalyan.
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Letoon
Discovered in 1840, the ruined Lycian city of Letoon is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. With different carvings and temples dedicated to the Gods, the green vegetation surrounding Letoon is filled with terrapins and frogs, due to a rising water table.
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Olu Deniz
Anchoring off Olu Deniz during your private yacht charter in Turkey gives you the chance to enjoy the beautiful crystal-clear waters. You’ll also be able to visit Butterfly Valley by tender, a nature reserve with a secluded bay.
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Gemiler Island
Known as the birthplace of Saint Nicholas (Father Christmas), this historical island is full of archeological ruins, including four Byzantine churches. The name translates as 'Boat Island' as is a must see during your Turkey yacht charter.
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Akyarlar Bay
Slightly off the beaten track, get away from the tourist areas and drop anchor at this beautiful and serene anchorage in Turgutreis.
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Bar Street
No yacht charter in Turkey would be complete without a visit to Bar Street in Bodrum, a mile-long street flooded with clubs and bars.
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Soho Club
For a night in Antalya you have to visit the Soho Club. With special DJs, shows, and dance events, there’s no better location for a night out in Turkey.
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Jade Beach Club
A beach club, bar, restaurant and nightclub on Yilanci Bay in Kuşadası.
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Club Budha Bar
Any yacht charter in Marmaris, Turkey must include a night at Club Budha where you can sing, dance, and drink the night away to live music from local and international artists.
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Club Areena
High energy dance and light shows right on the quay of Marmaris. Dance the night away in Club Areena during your luxury yacht charter in Turkey.
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Sortie Club
A club and restaurant on the European side of the Bosphorus in the shadow of the First Bridge. For a night to remember during your yacht charter in Istanbul, Turkey, make sure you head to the Sortie Club.
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Istanbul 360
Incredible views, food, cuisine and music in this penthouse club in the heart of Istanbul. It’s the perfect way to spend a night at shore during your Turkish yacht charter.
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Anhinga Beach Club
On its own private beach, the minimalist architecture features stone walls, raffia lanterns, bare wood tables and woven-backed armchairs. The perfect place to enjoy modern Italian cuisine as the sun sets.
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Iztuzu Beach
After cruising up the Dalyan River to see the ancient Lycian tombs carved into the cliffs, head to the therapeutic mud baths of Kaunos. The next stop is the environmentally protected Iztuzu Beach, also known as Turtle Beach because loggerhead turtles head here every year to lay their eggs.
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Olu Deniz
This must be Turkey's most iconic beach, the picture-postcard image of the country's Turquoise Coast. A stunning arc of fine pebbles ends in glorious white sand at the entrance to the blue lagoon. Fancy some thrills? It's a fantastic place to go paragliding too.
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Butterfly Valley
A beautiful sandy beach tucked away at the end of a valley in Fethive is surrounded by scrub-lined cliffs. As the name suggests, this place is home to many different species of butterfly.
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Olympos Beach
When anchored off this kilometre of pebble beach not far from the ancient town Olympos, make sure you visit the chimera, or eternal flame, that burns on the hillside behind the beach. Olympos beach is also protected as loggerhead turtles lay their eggs here.
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Patara Beach
At 19 kilometres, this is Turkey's longest beach, a vast stretch of golden sand almost completely undeveloped thanks to its protected status as a nesting beach for loggerhead turtles. Inshore towards the southern end are the well-preserved ruins of the ancient Lycian city of Patara.
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Le Quai
Le Quai is one of the magical places of the Tropezian nights: view of the majestic yachts anchored in the mythical port of Saint-Tropez, slightly provocative decoration, with the works of the artist Philippe Shangti on display. The atmosphere and colours change throughout the day, such is the style of Le Quai. This establishment has become a must for clubbers on a stopover in Saint-Tropez.
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La chèvre d’Or
Nature is everywhere at Château de la Chèvre d’Or in Eze, France. There are lots of different gardens filled with sculptures, fountains, waterfalls, flowers, herbs, trees and shrubs. The magnificent colours create a framework that blends into the horizon and the sea. This will take you into a voyage where it is pleasant just to relax or stroll around and breath in the freshness.
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Torralbenc, Alaior
Michelin Star chef Gorka Txapartegi and chef Luis Loza deliver simple and honest Basque cuisine that celebrates the flavours of Menorcan gastronomy.
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Rels, Ciutadella de Menorca
Synonymous with his homeland, Joan Bagur creates cuisine in which honest local produce is elevated and elaborated to exquisite effect.
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Smoix, Ciutadella de Menorca
With all the intimacy of a Chef's Table, diners feel like accomplices at Smoix. The chef prepares and combines the flavours and aromas of seasonal produce in a way that embraces the whole room.
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Elsa
Elsa is the first organic restaurant to receive a coveted Michelin star. Benoît Witz, the new chef at the restaurant Elsa, pays homage to the Mediterranean and its flavours with a healthy and authentic cuisine in harmony with nature.
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La Vigie Lounge
In a warm and welcoming ambiance with bohemian touches, La Vigie Lounge & Restaurant is brimming with friendliness in a new idyllic, Bali-inspired decor.
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Buddha-Bar
Passing through the doors of Buddha Bar Monte-Carlo is going on a journey to far east Asia. The warm colours, Buddha statue and lounge ambience are perfect for relaxing and having a great time. Thai and Japanese cuisine are showcased in a menu that mixes Asian flavours.
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Da Paolino
Set in a lemon grove and dappled with shade from its branches, this Paolino in Capri has gone from a simple little restaurant and become an institution. Fine wines from local vineyards, fish fresh from Marina Grande.
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Il Piccolo Principe
With two Michelin stars, this restaurant serves exceptional modern Mediterranean dishes accompanied by a selection of the finest wines from the wine cellar.
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Café de Paris
Bustling surroundings, a chic and cosy terrace and a warm and elegant indoors: welcome to the Café de Paris Monte-Carlo, a Monaco hotspot featuring a brasserie ambience and the finest quality products.
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Regina Isabella
Michelin-star Executive Chef Pasquale Palamaro prepares traditional Mediterranean or international fare at Regina Isabella while you enjoy views over the garden or the ocean.
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Blue Bay
Awarded a star by the prestigious Michelin Guide, Chef Marcel Ravin offers a bold repertoire at the restaurant Blue Bay, with a cuisine that features a fusion of Caribbean and Mediterranean flavours. Indoors, the open kitchen gives a glimpse into the chef and brigade's hustle and bustle behind the scenes. Outdoors, customers can admire the sea view from the panoramic terrace.
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Andreu Genestra
The Andreu Genestra restaurant offers a sophisticated take on Mediterranean food, taking rustic ingredients and applying modern culinary techniques with delicious results.
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Oliu
With a seasonal menu that changes every three months, Oliu focuses on Mediterranean tradition with modern touches and rustic materials, a large terrace and a garden for lovers of special evenings.
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Sumaq
Irene Gutiérrez brings a Peruvian fusion based on a deep understanding of food, nature, cultures and the finest seasonal Mallorcan produce.
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Chiaia Di Luna
Traditional island recipes, to be enjoyed by the pool or on a terrace that reigns over the panorama of the beautiful and wild land of Ponza.
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Cipriano
Cipriani Monte Carlo is located in the heart of the Monaco Principality, at the bottom of the prestigious Mirabeau building. The ultra-modern, glass façade is a striking introduction to the refined and warm interior, where rich mahogany walls, polished steel, mirrors and marble floors are complemented by Cipriani's signature brown leather chairs. The ambiance is that of a luxury yacht and the nautical theme is enhanced by strong blue and white elements.
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Le Restaurant des Rois
A veritable masterpiece, La Réserve’s gourmet restaurant is one of the most iconic places on the French Riviera. Described as the 'Restaurant of Kings' by a food critic, the establishment has been perpetuating its reputation for excellence since 1880. The large bay windows, which flood the place with light, allow our guests to enjoy a magnificent view of the Mediterranean.
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Terrazza Bosquet
Chef Antonino Montefusco's creates Michelin star dishes served on a beautiful terrace where you can listen to the sounds of the sea as the stars glimmer overhead.
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Le Chantecler
This Michelin-starred restaurant, The Chantecler, revisits the traditions of great gastronomy with lightness and sincerity. They offer a talented tribute to regional products and the table service is renowned. While discreet, it knows how to put on a show when flambéeing or carving meat in the tradition of great restaurants. With its sumptuous woodwork dating back to 1751, The Chantecler offers an 18th-century decor which is both ethereal and sumptuous for exceptional dining.
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