Itinerary: Monaco to Rome
You will step on your yacht in Monte-Carlo and while cruising to the first destination, Portofino, you will enjoy the gentle summer breeze and the amazing panorama to take beautiful photos as a souvenir.
Once arrived in Portofino, around the afternoon, you will have time to enjoy the little town and take a cocktail in one of the historical hotels of the place.
Explore the surrounding nature and the tranquility of the Italian village of Portofino by going for a walk to the summit of Monte Portofino to enjoy the breathtaking views and observe in the distance the Mediterranean and the mountains of Corsica. For dinner taste the local dishes of the Ligurian region, based on focaccia with cheese, pasta with pesto sauce, fish courses, and stuffed vegetables.
Use your yacht’s tender to reach the inaccessible villages by road of Cinque Terre. Each village has its own characteristics.
In Riomaggiore, you can see the beautiful pastel houses located on the rocks, typical of the village. In Manarola, you can visit the vineyards, while in Corniglia you can climb the long stairs and enjoy the spectacular views – optimal location to take unforgettable pictures. Do not forget to visit the prettiest of all: Vernazza. It is a typical fishing village located on the rocks, with different local restaurants and colored local houses.
You will leave the Ligurian territory to explore another famous Italian region: Toscana. You will head to Punta Ala, a seaside resort in the province of Grosseto.
The beautiful sea coast, the splendid natural views, and the numerous sports activities will make you enjoy your day. Regarding sport activities you can either swim in the bays of the region to explore the marine life and the colors of the water, rent a bike and cycle through the center of the little villages, or play golf in a difficult but spectacular golf course: Golf di Punta Ala.
In the morning, relax on board of your yacht enjoying the summer air and sounds, or visit the villages in search of local souvenirs to collect. In the afternoon, after lunch, you will head to Porto Ercole, one of the most gorgeous and historical resorts of Tuscany. On the beautiful green hills sorrowing the resort, you will see different fortresses, reminding the ancient times when Spain was controlling the territory. Siting these fortresses you can have a look at the immense and panoramic views and take breathtaking videos.
In the night you can enjoy dinner in one chic restaurant in the area: “Dama Dama“, or taste the Italian Michelin dinner in “Il Pellicano”.
Cruise from Porto Ercole to the Italian capital in the morning. Once arrived in Rome you will have a wide range of options to choose from since it is the city with the greatest number of historical monuments and archeological sites. Being a protagonist of centuries in history, the city offers different artistic moments and architectural styles.
For lunch do not forget to taste the delicious local dishes such as “Carbonara” or “Amatriciana”. In the afternoon, opt for an Italian aperitif in Terrazza Borromini where you will have the chance to see the beautiful view over Piazza Navona. For dinner, visit and taste the Michelin restaurant “La Pergola” for the exquisite dishes, the enormous one selection, and the breathtaking view dominating the capital.
Dedicate this day to explore the city and visit some of the best areas and monuments of the area. Move through the city with a private chauffeured car, in order to facilitate your transportation and make the wait in traffic, characteristic of Rome, more pleasant. During the day, visit the Colosseum, the protagonist of many historical events, and the Pantheon. At the Pantheon, you can stop for lunch at a typical restaurant in the area: “La Rosetta”.
In the afternoon, visit the Piazza di Spagna, Via del Corso, Via Condotti, and Piazza Navona. While walking you will have the opportunity to see historical monuments, architectural styles, and luxury shops for all tastes.