Our sailing destinations start from our base, placed in San Vincenzo harbour, in Livorno area, and get to the Etruscan Coast, to the Tuscan archipelago, Corsica and Northern Sardinia.

Weekend in Elba Isle

Going South from San Vincenzo harbour, you can reach Elba Isle and its beautiful beaches after a sailing of 3 – 4 hours: the Biodola, Procchio, Viticcio, the beach of Sansone and Capo Bianco.
The sea bed made of gentle sands colors the waters of Elba Isle with an unforgettable crystalline green. You can stop in these bays for days without getting bored. Portoferraio gulf offers a safe shelter against every weather condition. Marciana Marina is a delightful village with a comfortable tourist harbour, from where you can go up and visit Marciana Alta and the Monte Capanne. There you can take the cable car and enjoy a wonderful view of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
If the wind is favorable, it is possible to make the entire tour of the island before coming back San Vincenzo.

Weekend in Capraia Isle

The weekend in Capraia is an opportunity to rediscover the uncontaminated beauty of an island where people are in harmony with nature, the mountains are covered by Mediterranean vegetation and sourranded by the sea with its intense blue. After sailing for 5 – 6 hours from San Vincenzo to the West you reach the small port of Capraia.
With a pleasant walk you can go up to the village where the panorama is amazing, you can see all the islands of the archipelago and Corsica’s majestic mountain peaks. Along the island, excepting from the western side that is a protected area, you can admire its rugged and wild coasts, you will find enchanting coves like Cala del Ceppo with the sandy bottoms and Cala Del Moreto; in the southern end the Punta del Zenobito with the ancient tower dominates the breathtaking panorama of an extinct volcano with light gray and dark red rocks.

One week between Southern Corsica and Sardinia

The South of Corsica, the Bocche di Bonifacio and the Costa Smeralda can be reached from Tuscany with a beautiful sailing.
From San Vincenzo harbour you can take a direct route or reach Marciana Marina at the western end of Elba Isle and from there sail across 82 miles to Porto Vecchio. Then, leaving on the right the beautiful bays of Rondinara and Santa Manza you arrive in the Bocche di Bonifacio where Corsica and Sardinia face each other in a special sea strait. Granite coasts cleverly eroded by the sea and wind in a thousand bays and islets covered with Mediterranean vegetation will fill your eyes with wonder.
The Maddalena Archipelago, Caprera, Spargi, Budelli, Santo Stefano, Razzoli will leave you breathless. Bonifacio has a very narrow and elongated basin that suddenly opens up into white limestone cliffs.
It is a magnificent world and the sailor with his boat is in perfect harmony with nature.

One week in Northern Corsica

48 nautical miles away from San Vincenzo, then with a navigation of about 8 hours, you can reach Capo Corso, you can take a direct route or reach Isola di Capraia as a stop.
Rounding Capo Corso is a show, it is always windy and the Giraglia greets the sailors.

There is a unique coastline once passed the “finger”, where you can admire Barcaggio, Centuri, Nonza, the Gulf of Saint Florent and the many bays of the Desert des Agriates, Saleccia, Lotu, Orlando and Calvi, beautiful villages with pink beaches and crystalline waters. From Calvi you can then go back up to the north heading back to Capo Corso and stop for a break in Macinaggio, a small village with an excellent marina.
After a relaxing time, you will be ready for the come back San Vincenzo harbour.

One week in the Etruscans Coast and Giglio Isle

It is worth exploring the Etruscan Coast along the stretch from San Vincenzo to Piombino. Here the coast offers the typical Mediterranean vegetation, pinewoods that reach the sea, gulfs and bays that welcome the boats: the Gulf of Baratti, Salivoli harbour, Torre Mozza and its white beach, the beautiful Cala Violina and Punta Ala harbour.
Going south for about 27 nautical miles you can reach Giglio Isle, a pearl to be discovered. With its 21 km² of extension, it is the second largest island of the Tuscan archipelago and is renowned for its natural beauties. The crystal-clear emerald sea, with its rich and fishy waters, is the setting for a territory that is still 90% wild. It offers to the sea lovers beautiful beaches and an extremely varied coast with isolated coves of rare beauty.
Its uncontaminated territory invites you to discover many pedestrian footways from which you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the archipelago. There you can visit two little villages: Giglio Castello, a suggestive medieval village that rises on the top of the island, and Giglio Porto, the only harbour of the island. It is small and picturesque, with multicolored houses and the sea has ​​unimaginable clarity for a harbour .
You can also visit the nearby Giannutri, anchoring in the harbour, take a walk and discover the historical-archeological heritage left by the ancient Romans in the Mediterranean woodlands and crystalline waters. Anchoring is only possible in Cala degli Spalmatoi and Cala Maestra. Cala degli Spalmatoi offers excellent shelter if it is windy.