South Shore Road
Explore the sparkling azure waters and colourful coastlines of SoF, Northern Italy and Corsica on a charter with West Nautical.
With an array of chic cafes, bars and restaurants, St. Tropez is synonymous with luxury and opulence. Begin your charter in the Port de St Tropez and take in the beautiful beaches.
The coastline is peppered with elegant beachfront restaurants and bars which offer their diners stunning views of the nearby hills.
What Monaco lacks in size, it makes up for in attractions. The 2 sq km principality boasts a famous palace and casino as well as designer boutiques, exclusive restaurants and more!
Portofino boasts premier spas, designer boutiques and luxurious restaurants. Play golf on Italy’s oldest golf course, enjoy a day at the beach, or simply unwind and enjoy the scenery.
Cinque Terre is a string of centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline. In each of the 5 towns, colorful houses and vineyards cling to steep terraces, harbours are filled with fishing boats and trattorias turn out seafood specialties along with the Liguria region’s famous sauce, pesto. The Sentiero Azzurro cliffside hiking trail links the villages and offers sweeping sea vistas.
Forte dei Marmi is a seaside town in Tuscany, Italy, known for its beaches. The Pontile is a long pier offering views of the Tyrrhenian Sea, plus the city, which features the Apuan Alps in the background. Sculptures dot the town center, including the marble Monumento ai Caduti war memorial. Nearby in Piazza Garibaldi, the 18th-century Lorenese Fort is a symbol of the city.
Elba is an Italian island in the Tyrrhenian Sea’s Tuscan Archipelago National Park. It’s known for its beaches, and as Napoleon’s place of exile in 1814–15. In the northern town of Portoferraio, displays at the National Museum of Napoleonic Residences trace the French emperor’s time on the island. In the east, Rio Marina’s Elban Minerals Museum includes reconstructions of mining environments.
Calvi is a town on the northwest coast of Corsica. It’s known for its beaches and crescent-shaped bay. A medieval citadel overlooks the marina from the bay’s western end, and is home to Baroque St-Jean-Baptiste Cathedral and cobbled streets. Restaurants line the harbour on the Quai Landry esplanade. Perched on a high hill a short distance inland, the chapel of Notre-Dame de la Serra has panoramic views of the area.