Discovering history, culture and good food
Almost 7,500 kilometers of coastline for navigation and, this must be said, we from BeBlue play at home! Italy is a wonderful land rich in history and cities of art and culture, but it is its views on the sea that will leave you totally breathless. The "Belpaese", with its waters displaying thousands shades of blue, includes a variety of picture-perfect sceneries and landscapes like nowhere else in the world. Come on board of splendid boats to explore Italy on its most suggestive routes. You will find beaches of the finest sand, hamlets raised on sheer cliffs, enchanted bays and volcanic atolls. We will take you also on shore excursions to walk along the streets of small towns and enjoy the tasty local cuisine. Whatever your dream holiday, we will make it come true.
Tuscany, Amalfi Coast, Aeolian Islands, Sardinia…
Italy is one of the most fascinating countries in the world, rich in history, culture and natural beauty: there is always something to visit or see. Numerous populations and cultures, which have followed one another over the centuries, have contributed to the enrichment of the exceptional artistic heritage of Italy. It is home to famous writers, poets and artists and, in addition to cultural tourism, you can experience natural tourism in the Alps and the Apennines and bath in all the coastal regions touched by the Mediterranean Sea, as well as in the largest lakes, first of all Lake Garda. Many cities and natural beauty have been included in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, which places it at the top with 54 sites. The Italian sea is a palette of colors going from shades of blue, light blue and turquoise to emerald green.
The peninsula is characterized by coves, beaches of all kinds and beautiful islands: from north to south, you can always choose among sand, pebbles and rocks. The ten most beautiful islands in Italy are Capri and Ischia (Campania), Lampedusa, Favignana, Ustica, Salina, Vulcano and Lipari (Sicily), Elba Island (Tuscany) and La Maddalena in Sardinia.