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    Megayacht Destinations: Top Mediterranean Places To Visit

    cmn-mega-yacht-for-saleWith the Euro-to-dollar exchange rate remaining low, the Mediterranean is becoming a more favorable option for Americans to visit this summer. Countries in the Eurozone like Italy, Greece, France and Spain are expected to benefit tremendously from increased yachting tourism. The increased popularity also means increased competition for those looking to reserve berths in the region or to book superyacht charters.

    If you’re considering the Mediterranean as a yachting destination this summer, start making your plans now to avoid disappointment. Here are some of the most popular destinations to explore in 2015 via superyacht.

    Dalmatian Coast and Croatia

    More than 1,000 islands make up the breaktaking natural environment of the Dalmation Coast, making it difficult to pick just a few. If you’re after tranquility, go to the Northern Adriatic or Karnati Archipelago. UNESCO heritage sites abound here. Try Split, Dubrovnik or Trogir if you are looking for extraordinary beauty. Mljet is extraordinarily green with a national park and has a charm all its own. Head south for nightlife, with Hyar known for non-stop partying, beautiful people and celebrities.

    yacht holiday frenchriv 04The French Riviera
    This area is a perennial favorite as a modern holiday destination as its coastline is one of the most glamorous and popular grounds in the Mediterranean. State-of-the-art marinas, stylish beach clubs, golden beaches and more attract visitors all along the coast from Menton to St Tropez. Popular cities in the area include Cannes, with its international film festival and often a strting point for yachting enthusiasts, Antibes with its unparalleled Picasoo collections, Villefranche-sur-Mer, the medieval village of Eze, and of course Monte Carlo, home of the world’s most prestigious yacht show each September.

    yacht holiday greekvillageIonian Islands
    Boasting a temperate climate, gorgeous azure waters and stunning scenery, the Ionian Islands of Greece offer the perfect setting for yachting holidays. Choose from among islands like Zakynthos, Corfu, Ithaca, Lefkada, Pazi, Kefalonia, Antipaxi, Erikous, Mathraki, Maganisi, Othoni and the deserted islets of Strofaces. These charming islands offer amazing scenery thanks to rugged shores ,lovely beaches and tall mountains. The seas here descend to a depth of 4.406 meter, the deepest in the entire Mediterranean.

    Balearic Islands
    New yachting legislation in Spans that allow exemption from the matriculations text has significantly increased traffic to Balearic waters. One of the most popular itineraries includes Ibiza, with its sparking culture, archeological history and array of museums. National Park of Ses Salinas and Es Vedrà, an uninhabited nature reserve island, are worth a visit.

    yacht holiday italySardinia
    Costa Smeralda, a 20-km stretch along the northern coast of Sardinia is renowned for its emerald-green waters, lush greenery and white sand beaches. The area also has a fine selection of quality golf clubs, private air services, exclusive restaurants and resorts. Porto Cervo is the area’s main town, located in the Gallura region, and has become one of Sardinia’s most exclusive destinations. The town offers designer boutiques, fine restaurants, premier nightclubs and spa hotels.

    Capri and the Amalfi Coast
    One of the most exciting areas in Italy is the Amalfi Coast. Scenery abounds here, ranging from the islands of Capri and Ischia to the architectural genius of Positano to the scenic beauty of Ravello, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Eternal City of Rome is just a short jaunt inland, providing a wealth of historical site for visitors.

    Lush scenery, stunning architecture, great history and gorgeous beaches give Corsica its nickname of “the Island of Beauty.” Plenty of fun water activities await visitors, including diving and snorkeling. If you prefer, there are also land-based activities such as hiking the Grande Randonnée. Don’t miss Bonifacio, a scenic small town perched on a cliff that can be seen from the sea. Porto-Vecchio, in southern Corsica, offers idyllic and unspoiled beaches, great mountain scenery, vibrant cafes, restaurants and bars and boutiques. Ajaccio, with its renowned cathedral, is the birthplace of Napoleon and the island’s largest city.

    yacht holiday couple walkingTurquoise Coast
    Turkey has more coastline than any other country in the Mediterranean and those who dismiss rumors about terrorism in the area will be well rewarded. Visitors will find Ölüdeniz, or Blue Lagoon here, one of the most photographed beaches in the world. Known for its al, crystal clear waters, Blue Lagoon is perfect for swimming and water sports and is one of the premier locations in the world for to paraglide. Runs from the ancient city of Caunos, dating from 3000 B.C., are easily accessible from the coast and well worth a visit. Fethiye is known for its souveniors and traditional Turkish baths and massages. Other places to visit include Marmaris with its bustling shops, markets and nightlife or Bodrum with its many restaurants and some of the best nightclubs in the Eastern Mediterranean.

    Montenegro is increasing in popularity as a luxury destination because of its astonishing beauty and world-class amenities. The Bay of Kotor, simply known as Boka, is an area of overwhelming beauty where the mountains have seemingly cracked open to let the sea in. The Bay of Boka Kotorska is Europe’s southernmost fjord and gives visitors a thrilling view on approach from the sea. The bay has lush vegetation that includes agave, palms, mimosas, oleanders, kiwis and pomegranates. One of the most popular sites is the triangular island of Ada Bojana, artificially created in the 19th century, famous for its sandy beaches and nudist resorts. The Port of Montenegro is the place to go for upmarket restaurants and beach clubs.

    Sicily and the Aeolian Islands
    Situated of the northern coast of Italy are the volcanic Aeolian Islands, consisting of the seven large islands of Lipari, volcano, Salina, Stromboli, Filicudi, Alicudi and Panarea. Five smaller islets are also part of the area and include Basiluzzo, Dattilo, Lisca Nera, Bottaro and Lisca Bianca. Visitors to Stromboli can often see lava flowing to the sea, while Panarea is home to jet-setters. The Aeolian Islands and Sicily islands are renowned for their incredible beauty, spectacular cuisine and a fantastic cruising ground.

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