Yacht charter in Sant Agata di Militello

Rent Boats in Sant Agata di Militello

Consider a yacht charter in Sant'Agata di Militello in the province of Messina in Sicily, Italy, for your next holiday! This small town which looks out on the Aeolian Islands and is 23 m above sea level. It is situated on the mountainous area of Nebrodi along the coastline between Palermo and Messina. So set sail on your very own bareboat or crewed yacht and go sailing on the Italian island of Sicily which is one of the most beautiful and quieter holiday destinations in Europe.

Make sure to sail to great areas like Palermo, the Aeolian Islands, Portorosa, Ficarazzi, Catania, Taormina, Trapani, Milazzo, Stromboli, Capo and more sailing locations on the coast of Italy. A yacht charter holiday in Sant Agata di Militello, Sicily, on a bareboat or crewed boat will allow you to enjoy an amazing holiday on board one of aBoatTime’s luxury yachts whilst exploring the coast of Italy, its surrounding islands and local towns.

Choose a yacht charter in Sant Agata di Militello as a base from which to explore the history of the region. Before the town became part of the district in the 1820s, several princes made history here, for instance, the Prince of Trabia and the Prince Lanza of Scalea. Drive from the airport to the coast, and rent one of our yachts and began your yacht charter holiday in Sicily and Italy.

Popular 18th century attractions not to be missed as part of a yacht charter holiday, visit the Church of Carmelo that holds a characteristic gable wall and the Cathedral where you will find valuable sculptures created by Bagnasco. In the Gentile Palace, you will find the interesting Ethno anthropological Museum of Nebrodi which presents a perspective on women’s lifestyle and peasants’ labor as well as from religious viewpoint.

This Sicilian town gives you the fantastic opportunity to explore the local area, including the Mediterranean, the rest of Sicily and the coast of Italy. Sail away from the coast and explore the Aeolian Islands that include Lipari, Vulcano, Basiluzzo, Stromboli and Alicudi. Furthermore, it is well worth sailing to; Portorosa, Capo, Ficarazzi, Catania, Taormina, Trapani, Milazzo, Palermo, the island of Vulcano and many more places that you could go sailing in on our bareboat or crewed yacht charter boats in Sant Agata di Militello and along the coast of Italy.

Beaches and coves

The beach of Enrico Consenz is a white sand beach of turquoise waters and palm trees.

The beach of San Vito lo Capo is one of the most renowned beaches of Sicily. It is located on the Northeast side of the island and is a long turquoise water and fine grain sand beach. It is one of the most beautiful beaches to admire from your yacht while you are planning your next route.

The beaches of Capo D’orlando, located 15 km away, are also known around the island for their beauty. The cape has a magnificent landscape, especially throughout the evening.

What to see

To get a true representation of the lifestyle of the town, make sure you make time for a visit to the Town Hall whilst on your yacht charter in Sant Agata di Militello. The village is named in honor of Saint Agata and after the term Meleto, which means apple plantation: during your yacht charter holiday you will discover that the main products cultivated are fruits, along with oils and corn, and the beautiful handcrafts which could be the perfect gift for those back home are typically embroidered and ironed.

From your yacht charter you can experience the natural beauty in the Regional Park of Nebrodi, which was established to protect wild animals as well as yew forests and much more besides. If you want to extend your yacht charter vacation, don’t hesitate! Continue your route and get a glimpse of Europe’s highest volcano, Mount Etna.

Volcanic Isles

Choose to take time out from a yacht charter and sail to explore the volcanic archipelago of the seven Aeolian Islands: Filicudi, Vulcano, Salina and Stromboli are just some of these. The islands lie about 40 nautical kilometers and 3 sailing hours away from the town. Each one offers its own charms, from the smallest of the islands, Alicudi where you will see the unique, little, black and red rocks which separate the beaches, to the white beaches of Lipari. If you sail slightly further you will come across the Faraglioni, a rock raised up out of the water facing Panarea and the view of its characteristic low houses. Choose a yacht charter holiday in Sant'Agata di Militello and enjoy a diverse sailing holiday with a wide choice of destinations and activities.

Found at Italy's most souhterly tip on Sicily's north coast, Sant'Agata di Militello enjoys almost year round mediterranean weather. Average high temperatures of 26ºC during July and August make it a slightly cooler alternative from a lot of mediterranean yacht charter destinations however average highs of 19ºC as early as May and 21ºC as late as October the season for yacht charter in Sant'Agata di Militello extends much further than just summer.

Water temperatures reach 27ºC in the summer and never drop below 14ºC all year and the driest months are during the summer, with the wettest being November and December.

A number of travel options enables you to choose the most convenient start to your yacht charter in Sant'Agata di Militello.

By plane:
The nearest airport is Reggio di Calabria at a distance of 130km from Sant'Agata di Militello. Apart from regional access within Italy, it is connected with over 15 cities in 5 other countries such as Malta, Moldavia, Romania, Switzerland and Ukraine. Catania’s Fontanarossa airport (200km), in the same peninsula, provides more routes to around 468 cities in 50 countries, including Germany, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, and Cuba. The Punta Raisi Airport of Palermo (160km) has connections to fewer destinations within Italy and other European cities like London and Munich.

By bus:
To access this Sant'Agata di Militello by bus, Interbus and Azienda Siciliana Transporti (AST) are the best options.

By train:
To access this Sant'Agata di Militello by bus, Interbus and Azienda Siciliana Transporti (AST) are the best options.

By boat:
The nearest ferry port is Palermo Termini Imerese (139 km) which operates the Grimaldi Lines which have several routes to/from Civitavecchia (12h), Genoa (20h) and Tunis (9h). It also runs some routes from Grandi Navi Veloci to /from Salerno (9h) and Tunis (9h). An additional well-connected port is located nearby in Messina (120km).

By car:
The motorway 113 connects Trapani to Messina, while the 289 connects Sant' Agata di Militello with Cesarò. The motorway A20 links Palermo to Messina.

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Why choose aBoatTime?

Divide the cost of the yacht by the number of passengers, and you'll find in most cases, that it's cheaper than an equivalent week long stay in a hotel.
Drop anchor in a quiet cove, and enjoy wonderful evenings and the tranquility of the cove, allowing you to avoid the typical holiday crowds.
Organise your trip at your own pace, to suit you and your family and friends.
If you don't have a sailing license, don't worry. We'll find you a suitable skipper.

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