Sailing in Tuscany
Sailing excursions along the gorgeous Tuscan coast and its archipelago.
Private charters with skipper for luxury sailing tours and adventures in Tuscany.
- Private sailing experience in Tuscany
- Private charters with English speaking skipper
- Scenic itinerary along the gorgeous Tuscan coast and islands
View the wonderful landscape of the Tuscan coastline from the privileged position of a sailboat deck and enjoy a sailing adventure in Tuscany.
During the experience you can join the sailing activities or relax and enjoy the view, sunbathing, sipping a glass of wine as well as stopping somewhere to swim, and you can pick in between different itineraries that we studied and that pass along the most beautiful coasts and islands of Tuscany: from the Elba island, to Versilia and Forte dei Marmi, from Giglio island to Argentario.
All the sailing tours are private, that means that you reserve the boat with skipper and nobody else will share the yacht. During the sail, skipper will be happy to teach anyone who wants the basics of sailing, and you will be able to enjoy a delicious lunch aboard, based on seafood and paired with the best local wines.
Get aboard, let’s set sail!
Activity available in:
- The Sailing Tours are private activities available in all the coast of Tuscany: Elba island, Giglio island, Argentario, Porto Santo Stefano, Porto Ercole, Castiglione della Pescaglia, Talamone, Scarlino, Puntala, Versilia, Forte dei Marmi and with transportation from all the main tourist sites of Tuscany.
- approximately 8 hours
- Sailboat rental
- English speaking skipper
- Head office assistance and insurance coverage
- Lunch aboard (vegetarian menu is also available)
- Transportation to/from the starting/finishing locations with qualified and professional English speaking driver and luxury vehicle Mercedes-Benz or equivalent (optional)
Tuscan Archipelago: it is a chain of islands between the Ligurian Sea and Tyrrhenian Sea, in the west of Tuscany. The Tuscan Archipelago lies between Corsica and the Tuscan coast and contains seven major islands (Capraia, Elba, Giannutri, Giglio, Gorgona, Montecristo and Pianosa); all are protected as part of the Arcipelago Toscano National Park. The islands’ proximity to several major cities has made them a favorite tourist location. History and literature have ensured that most people are familiar with the islands of Elba and Montecristo. Legends says the archipelago originates from a necklace that Venus, the Roman goddess of beauty and sensuality, lost while emerging from the Tyrrhenian sea. The seven islands are in fact seven pearls the goddess was unable to retrieve.