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Yachting in Tuscany

For hundreds of years, Tuscany has been a go-to destination for yachting. There are plenty of options for this activity. You can rent a luxury yacht and discover the Tuscan Archipelago, which is absolutely breathtaking or explore the magnificent coastline by sailing from port to port. Yachting and fishing are the best options to reach complete peace of mind and only positive thoughts. You can swim whenever it suits you and enjoy some delicious local cuisine from whichever port you choose to dock in.

Cala Galera

Cala Galera is a small port on the Argentario Peninsula, located near Porto Santo Stefano. From this port, you can easily reach Giglio island, enjoying a peaceful sailing route. There are 5 marina docks in Cala Galera, with a total of 1,000 berths and 4 floating piers. There are also many tourist services available at the port for every need. 

Santo Stefano

Santo Stefano is a port located in the promontory of Monte Argentari, the province of Grosseto. Its location, sheltered from all winds, makes it suited for both mooring and anchoring but also for sailing on the surrounding waters, rich in fish and sea mammals. The port is equipped with multiple services like fuel stations (for boats and cars), electricity and water connections. There are several restaurants where you can taste traditional dishes of Sicilian cuisine.


The large port of Orbetello is one of the most important ports in Tuscany, with a great number of marinas and piers. It is a part of an ancient Roman town located on a spit of land jutting into the sea between two lagoons. This large fishing and yachting center has numerous restaurants along its waterfront where you can sample fresh fish dishes and local wines.

San Vincenzo

The San Vincenzo area is a goldmine for anyone looking for a coastal holiday in Tuscany. It is one of the most attractive harbors on the Tuscan coast and offers visitors plenty of things to do and see, from local restaurants offering fresh fish to some of the best beaches in Tuscany. The port of San Vincenzo is located on the Tyrrhenian Sea, in the center of the Etruscan Coast, at the entrance to Val di Cornia. The tourist port has a capacity of over 900 berths and is open all year round.