Charter Yachts In The Mediterranean – Italy:

If you ever wanted to feel like you are part of the International Jet-Set community, Genoa and the Italian Riviera are for you. While the French Riviera is commonly known and very popular, Italy’s Liguria Coast is the OTHER RIVIERA where we will spend our days exploring the coastline and delightful towns frequented by the rich and famous. Our tour starts in Genoa, birthplace of Christopher Columbus. From here we explore the Ligurian seacoast with its landscape bristling with palm and olive trees, parasol pines, vineyards and home to pesto. Visit Santa Margherita Ligure, Sestri Levante and Portofino, the Italian Riviera’­s best-loved posh town, declared in 1935 to be a national monument so architecture has changed very little. Finish this wonderful trip in Cinque Terre where travel here is by foot (or foot & train or foot & boat) linking the charming five villages that have been frozen in time.

Day 1: Old Seaport tour and Afternoon free

Day 2: Ligurian Seacoast Drive

Day 3: Sestri Levante and Italian Beach Culture

Day 4: Boat trip Gulf of Tigullio and Dinner

Day 5: Free Day to Explore

Day 6: Depart for Cinque Terre

Day 7: Boat trip, and Corniglia with wine tasting

Day 8: Cinque Terre

Day 9: Depart for Genoa and home.

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