The port of Cartagena enjoys a privileged position within a large natural harbour, approximately half way between Gibraltar and Mallorca. With a Naval history dating from the year 1784 there has a
Four kilometres from the village of Cogolin, lies the anchorage of Marines de Cogolin (with 1500 moorings) and the shipyard of Monaco Marine.
The scented island of Corsica is a green and mountainous jewel rising from the sea.
The Costa del Sol covers approximately 300 kilometres of the Spanish Mediterranean coastline from the border at Gibraltar, running eastwards and taking in the famous luxury resort of Sotogrande, th
As more yachts travel to the Eastern Mediterranean because of the amazing cruising and good value services available in Croatia and Montenegro, we have expanded these chapters to share the numerous
The small picturesque island of Formentera lies eleven nautical miles and a one hour boat trip away from the port of Ibiza. Formentera has a population of approximately 5,300.
In 1055 St-Tropez was listed as Ecclesia Sancti Torpetis, named after one of Nero's centurians who was beheaded in Pisa for the sake of his religion.
Greece has the 11th longest coastline in the world at 13,676 km (8,498 miles) in length, featuring a vast number of islands (approximately 1,400, of which 227 are inhabited), including Crete, the D
Ibiza and neighboring Formentera are the two most southern Balearic Islands. The Greeks named them the Islas Pitiusas, the islands of pine trees.
Italy shares its northern Alpine boundary with France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. Italy - Bella Italia, the Belpaese (Beautiful Country) - is a country of extremes, with something to offer every visitor…with some of the best shipyards in the world of superyachts!