Top 5 Islands to Visit During Your Mediterranean Yacht Charter

Thinking of doing a Mediterranean Yacht Charter for your break away? You will absolutely love it. When chartering a yacht you can visit multiple locations, enjoy time with your friends and family without any unwanted company, explore untouched beaches that people struggle to visit by car or foot and simply enjoy the relaxation of the water gently rocking you to sleep.

When planning a Mediterranean Yacht Charter you can choose from catamarans, sailboats, motorboats amongst others, and they can be hired for however long you would like, whether that be a few hours, a day or a week. This means that you could vary your holiday from a land break to a yachting break to enjoy the best of both worlds.

When chartering a yacht there are many beautiful destinations you can visit, below are four islands to visit during your Mediterranean yacht charter

Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands are a group of small and large islands with the main four being Mallorca (Majorca), Ibiza, Formentera and Menorca. Each of these Islands is perfect to visit when on a Yacht Charter as each has its own unique charm, character and things to do. You can enjoy the beautiful beaches, delicious food, white sandy beaches as well as sightsee and take in the architecture within each of the major cities. When visiting the Balearic Islands, you won’t be disappointed.


A yacht charter Malta is something that has to be high on the agenda when deciding on where to visit on your holiday. Malta is a beautiful country and is steeped in history. When visiting you have to visit their many historical sights as well as enjoy their great food and wine. A big appeal to visiting Malta is also the weather, throughout the year it is known for being very hot when other countries around it are raining and cold. Known as being a gem within the Mediterranean, many people enjoy sailing their yachts into Malta. You will come across some superyachts being docked as well as some major cruise ships. 

The Ionian Islands

The Ionian Islands are made up of greek islands, with Ithaca, Kefalonia, Zakynthos, Corfu, Lefkada, Paxi (or Paxos) and Kythira being the most popular islands to visit. Just like the Balearic Islands, each on the Ionian Islands offers a different experience, each with its own picturesque views. If you are looking for activities to do, tranquil beauty of nature, history & culture and of course, the Greek cuisine then look no further than the Ionian Islands. With so much to see and do, you could spend weeks visiting.

Amalfi Coast

Italy’s Amalfi Coast is a stretch of coastline along the southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula, known to be 30 miles long. Holidaymakers can enjoy breathtaking views, sparkling blue waters and discover many hidden treasures. Being only 30 miles long the Amalfi Coast offers plenty of things to do, considering it’s not the biggest area. Make the most of the Italian cuisine and don’t forget to take a dip in their crystal clear waters, a scenic drive along the coastal roads is a must and well as a shop in Positano. No matter what you choose to do, you’ll have a lovely time.


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