7 best places for a romantic sailing getaway

What is the perfect destination for a romantic sailing getaway? Whether you’re looking for unspoilt nature, romantic medieval backdrops or deserted coves, thanks to our handy tips you definitely won’t miss out.

Lying on a sun-drenched deck, the sun slowly setting below the horizon, all you can hear is the splash of waves on the side of your yacht moored in a deserted bay and from the

galley drifts the intoxicating aroma of roast fish. This is the most romantic moment you can experience on the boat!


Accept our invitation to the most magical places where you can also experience an unforgettable romantic sailing holiday.

7 best places for a romantic holiday

Whether you are looking for unspoilt nature, romantic medieval scenery or deserted coves, thanks to our tips you certainly won't miss out.


  1. Raiatea Island, French Polynesia

The whole of French Polynesia resembles a huge botanical garden. The vibrant colour of the blooming plants is stunning, with coconuts, limes, bananas, and even mango, all grow freely around the paths.


On the deserted island of Raiatea one of the world's rarest flowers is to be found. The fragrant Tiare apetahi grows only here. The trail on the western slopes of Mount Mt. Temehani, where the Polynesian gods reside, will lead you through the jungle.

The white sandy beach of French PolynesiaThe white sandy beach of French Polynesia 

Also on the island of Raiateia, there is the most sacred place in French Polynesia - Marae Taputapuatea, an ancient sacred complex where religious ceremonies took place, as well as meetings of travellers and ship navigators.


Other islands to be discovered along the way are equally charming - Tahaa, Bora Bora and Huahin.

2. Pula, Croatia 

In the very heart of the city there is a unique Roman amphitheater, one of the best preserved in the world. It was mainly used for gladiator games but it has now been revived through its regular cultural events. The most beautiful view of this arena is at night, when you won't have to share the amazing atmosphere of this magical place with tourists. 

Roman amphitheater in PulaRoman amphitheater in Pula 

Enjoy local specialties, truffles or delicious seafood on Pula. The local marine aquarium is also worth a visit.


Explore the islands of Kvarner Bay with its numerous romantic coves and the Brijuni National Park. There are wonderful oak, cedar and pine forests, beautiful parks, footpaths and ancient monuments. The air is filled with the scent of eucalyptus and exotic flowers.

3. British Virgin Islands (BVI)

The yachting paradise known as BVI has over 50 islands. The largest islands are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke. These are mostly uninhabited, dotted with secluded coves and hundreds of safe anchor buoys.

The vibrant coral reefs are teeming with life, crystal-clear sea with 30 metres of visibility, lush vegetation, caves, cliffs and palm tree-lined beaches which create a perfect backdrop to romance on board a boat. And did you know that here the sun shines 365 days a year?

British Virgin Islands BVI and its white beachesBritish Virgin Islands BVI and its white beaches 

4. Lefkada Island, Greece

The beautiful emerald island of Lefkada is full of attractions. Look forward to beautiful snow-white beaches stunningly contrasted with the turquoise sea and lush green vegetation on the rocks along the coast, as well as breathtaking sunsets.

White cliffs and turquoise sea on Lefkada IslandWhite cliffs and turquoise sea on Lefkada Island 

The white limestone cliffs on the coast create a perfect backdrop and provide the light blue coloration to the seawater. Many beaches are less accessible to hikers, so they are a paradise for sailors. Lefkada is also a popular spot for windsurfing or kiting enthusiasts.


A cruise to Lefkada can easily be combined with a visit to the other islands and islands in the South Ionian Sea - Ithaca, Kefalonia, Zakynthos and others.

5. Balearic Islands, Spain

The Balearic Islands will enchant you with their stunning natural beauty, picturesque harbours and abandoned beaches. The more remote island of Formentera is untouched, beautiful and accessible only by boat, and just made for a romantic trip.


Formentera is renowned for its white sandy beaches, azure Caribbean-like sea and wonderful tranquility. It is rightly known as the last Mediterranean paradise.

Formentera Island is the last Mediterranean paradiseFormentera Island is the last Mediterranean paradise 

6. Island of Procida, Italy

Never heard of Procida? It’s no wonder. This small, rocky island in the Gulf of Naples is a hidden gem. This makes it an ideal stop off on a romantic voyage. It’s volcanic in origin and, in contrast to the neighbouring Ischia and Capri, retains the atmosphere of bygone times.

Island of Procida with its attractive vibrant architectureIsland of Procida with its attractive vibrant architecture 

7. Stockholm, Sweden 

The rugged North Sea is unbridled and will easily capture your heart. Beautiful nature, romantic fjords and thousands of charming islands. The season is shorter, but Sweden will give you truly unforgettable experiences.


Try renting a boat in Stockholm, in the vicinity there are more than 20,000 beautiful islands with a typical Nordic atmosphere. In addition to this, the Swedes absolutely love sailing with every 5th Swedish family is said to have their own sailing boat.

The islands around Stockholm are an invitation to sailThe islands around Stockholm are an invitation to sail 

Romance simply belongs on a sailboat and beautiful places can be found everywhere around the world! Throughout the day, you can bathe in deserted bays and lie on white beaches, explore ancient harbours in the evening, and enjoy candlelight dinners in cozy restaurants.


Not got a captain's license?  No matter, we can provide a skipper for you. Or how about renting your own cabin on a luxury cruise yacht. It’s also possible to sail on a smaller boat or houseboat where you don’t need a license.