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The Most Popular Summer Destinations in the Mediterranean

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The most popular summer destinations in the Mediterranean

Thanks to its pleasant climate, sun-drenched shores, impressive mix of cultures, and luxury hotels and resorts, the Mediterranean region is considered a major key destination for the rich and famous. From the Balearics to the Cyclades, it is endowed with countless places to discover and to explore.

To help you plan your next yacht charter holidays in the Mediterranean, we have compiled a list of the most popular spots that you should consider visiting. You will always find the most suitable superyacht to every trip.

Barcelona

Barcelona is an ideal spot for those looking for an authentic Spanish experience. Its typical Mediterranean climate has made it one of most preferred yacht charter destinations, especially in spring and summer months, when the weather is at its best.

CAMARIK by Ferretti

Portofino

Lying on the Italian Riviera, Portofino is best known for its colorfully painted buildings. Though it has a small harbor, this small fishing village attracts a significant number of high-end travelers throughout the year.

HIGH ROLLER by Baglietto

Ibiza

Ibiza is one of the most popular tourist destinations that is mainly recognized for its vibrant nightlife and excellent sandy beaches. It is one of the islands that we strongly recommend you to visit in the Balearics, especially if you’re considering chartering a private yacht with your friends.

AZUCENA MARE by Azimut Yachts

 Cannes

Pamper yourself with a week on board a luxury superyacht and explore the fabulous city of Cannes with its glittering shores and glamorous private beaches. Being one of the most iconic cities of the French Riviera, Cannes is home to some of the finest Belle Epoque hotels and deluxe restaurants where you will be treated like royalty.

SPLENDID V by Pershing Yachts

Santorini

Santorini is a Greek island which is principally recognized for its magnificent traditional architecture. The most renowned-and probably the most beautiful-part of it is the small town of Oia, where the church Panagia Platsani is placed.

APACHE II by Baglietto

Montenegro

Set on the Adriatic Sea and bordered by Croatia to the west, Montenegro boasts an incredibly wonderful array of amazing things to offer visitors; from picturesque coastal landscapes and stunning mountains to numerous upscale hotels and resorts.

FERRETTI 880 by Ferretti

Mykonos

Nicknamed “The island of the winds”, Mykonos is one of the Cyclades’ loveliest islands that is particularly noted for its vibrant nightlife and delightful Cycladic architecture. The island is also known for its Kopanisti Mykonos, a salty, spicy cheese that is so often called the “Greek Roquefort”.

MEYA MEYA by Logos Marine


Monaco

Thanks to its favorable tax laws, Monaco is widely known as the playground for the rich. It is very popular for its gambling facilities as well as for being host to the annual Formula One motor race, the Monaco Grand Prix.

N°9 by Sunseeker

Split

It is Croatia’s second-largest city. Located on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea and being one of the most dazzling cities in the Dalmatian region, Split ranks among the top destinations for yacht charter not only in the Mediterranean but also around the world.

FRANI by Pershing yachts

 

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