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Cannes to Salerno

10 days Luxury Yacht Charter Experience

Calling at the iconic ports and anchorages of the Cote d'Azur and Amalfi coast

Not only a journey from France to Italy, but one through the ages of history, taking in the historical architecture adorning the coastline and the modern-day delights of luxury restaurants and designer stores


Embark in Cannes and cruise towards Sainte Marguerite island, the largest of the Lerins islands. The best way to explore this island is to follow the marked trails that take you on a botanical and historical journey. You will stroll by the Batéguier pond with its numerous species of migratory birds and to the Point de la Convention.
Continue on to the Fort Royal, the former residence of the ‘Man in the Iron Mask’. The Maritime Museum is another attraction not to be missed; sheltered within a fortified enclosure, it offers visitors an insight into the area' s history.
Head to peaceful Saint Honorat to visit the island' s monastery.
For 16 centuries, the monastery has been home to the Cistercian Congregation of the Immaculate Conception. Today, the community is comprised of 25 monks living modestly and peacefully in this unspoilt sun-kissed paradise, an oasis of silence.
Cruise along the beautiful French Riviera to reach the stunning bay of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.

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Cannes to Salerno - BEAULIEU-SUR-MER AND MONACO - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

Visit of the magnificent Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, which overlooks the bays of Villefranche sur Mer and Beaulieu sur Mer.
The villa is surrounded by nine gardens, each designed on a different theme: Florentine, Spanish, Garden à la française, exotic, a stone garden, a Japanese garden, a rose garden, Provençal and a Sevres garden.
They were created between 1905 and 1912 under the direction of landscape architect Achille Duchêne. Alternatively, head to the splendid Greek Villa Kerylos, a villa built in the early 20th century in a strategic location by the sea, that is now a historical monument.
In the afternoon, cruise to Monaco to spend a leisurely afternoon and unforgettable evening in one of the many sophisticated restaurants, trendy lounge bars, nightclubs or casinos.

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Cannes to Salerno - PORTOFINO, SANTA MARGHERITA AND RAPALLO - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N
Day 3

Portofino is a picturesque, half-moon shaped seaside village with pastel houses lining the shore of the harbour, which plays host to an assortment of tranquil restaurants, cafes and bars.
The ‘Piazzetta’ is a famous meeting point for the international jetset and is the symbol of Portofino.
Once a quiet fishing village, lying in the shadow of its flashier neighbour Portofino, Santa Margherita has developed into a charming resort with a lively harbour and promenade.
Cruise further south and reach Rapallo, a gracious seaside village tucked into a sheltered bay, which was once a Roman settlement.

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The Cinque Terre are one of the most preserved areas in the Mediterranean sea and are a protected
Unesco World Heritage Site since 1997. Riomaggiore, Corniglia, Manarola, Vernazza and Monterosso
are the five villages that form the Cinque Terre, suspended between the sea and the land on sheer cliffs that offer dramatic drops to the sparkling waters below.
Five miles of rocky coast among two promontories, thousands of kilometres of dry laid stone walls, five small towns castled up on stone spurs in minuscule creeks.
Walking along the coastal footpaths offers striking views of lush Mediterranean vineyards and wild flowers abloom, while further inland you can walk through tantalizing pine and chestnut forests.
Further south, Portovenere is another beautiful fishing village, well worth a visit.

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Cannes to Salerno - ELBA ISLAND - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

Elba is the third largest Italian island and the largest in the Tuscan Archipelago.
The island offers a multitude of diverse landscapes and scenery: romantic fishing villages, small towns on rocky hilltops, ancient castles, green valleys and enchanting bays combined with sandy beaches.

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Cannes to Salerno - GIGLIO ISLAND - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

Giglio island features wonderful beaches lapped by crystal clear waters, perfect for scuba divers and those who enjoy snorkelling or simply swimming.
On the slopes of the mountains stands Porto Santo Stefano, a town under constant siege by pirates until the 16th century when the Spanish fortified the seaport.
The imposing Spanish fortress still dominates the harbour, and a walk along the citadel’s walls and staircases reveals a fascinating history as well as splendid views.

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Ponza is a truly delightful island shaped like a crescent moon. Its glistening blue coastline is varied and dramatic with several rocky coves and sandy beaches as well as numerous grottos, caves and
craggy cliffs.

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Cannes to Salerno - ISCHIA - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

The volcanic outcrop of Ischia is the most developed and largest of the islands in the bay of Naples.
It is an intriguing concoction of sprawling spa towns, buried necropolises and spectacular scenery, with forests, vineyards, picturesque small fishing towns and secluded bays to enjoy.

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Cannes to Salerno - CAPRI - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

Capri’s main harbour is a colourful village with Roman and Byzantine influences still remaining.
A funicular takes you up to central Capri in a few minutes and in the heart of town, the famous Piazzetta square is a bustling hotspot day and night, packed with cafés. Overlooking this busy scene is the Baroque dome of Santo Stefano.
On the slopes of Monte Solaro is the second town of the island, Anacapri.
Here you can visit the Villa San Michele, home of the Swedish physician Axel Munthe, the excavations at the imperial villa of Damecuta and of course, appreciate the magnificent view from the top of the hill.
Do not miss Capri' s main natural attraction, the magical Blue Grotto.
This wonderful sea cave is flooded with a brilliant blue light, thanks to a unique influx of sunlight.
We recommend dining ashore under the lemon trees of the famous restaurant "Da Paolino".

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DAY 10

Spend the morning in Positano, a small colourful town perched on cliffs along the Amalfi coast.
Set in the heart of the village, the church of Santa Maria Assunta, built in the 1920s, is of particular interest.
In the afternoon, continue to cruise along the Amalfi coast, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its piercing beauty and unique natural landscape.
Reach Amalfi town, which has many historical points of interest such as the imposing Cathedral of St Andrew, the Campanile (bell tower), the Cloister of Paradise and the Paper Museum.
Take a stroll through the center and meet local artists crafting traditional ceramics.

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DAY 11

After breakfast, swim in the area of Amalfi or shop and walk ashore.
Late morning, the yacht sails to Salerno, a city port conveniently located for a departure to Naples international airport.

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