Highlights of Southern Italy
From Rome to Dubrovnik

Sail with Coggin Travels on an Intimate yacht along the Southern Italy Coast
Enjoy Italian wines from Sicily, Calabria, and Puglia


Cruise Dates: June 29, 2024 – July 6, 2024

Visit Southern Italy’s beaches and villages in contemporary luxury, docking close to the action, giving you more opportunity to explore independently and off the beaten track.
  • DAY 1 - ROME Start Your Vacation in Rome

    If you haven't toured the Colosseum or the Vatican, this may be the perfect opportunity to explore and enjoy all that Rome has to offer.

    Our first stop on the Amalfi Coast is Sorrento. The historic town of Sorrento has spectacular views over the Bay of Naples, and its maze of cobbled streets is punctuated with cosy cafes. Enjoy a gelato presentation and tasting, or you can join a tour of Capri of Pompeii.
  • DAY 3 - AMALFI

    Sitting in the foothills of Mount Cerreto, the ambient setting of Amalfi is a pleasant collection of piazzas and waterfront restaurents. Despite its diminutive size, this town was once a maritime poerhouse. Seeing Amalfi by kayak is an option
  • DAY 4 - SICILY

    Giardini Naxos is a gorgeous beach resort, with a resplendent horseshoe bay and seafront lined with bars and restaurants. Options include a walking tour of Taormina, Alcantara River Tubing, or 'The Godfather' Tour.

    On the sole of Italy's boot, at the very tip of Southern Italy, is the Calabrian city of Crotone. Legend has it that it owes its name to Greek half-god Hercules, and there are Aegean influences at every turn, including the remnants of Apollo's temple.

    On the heal of Italy's boot and regraded as 'the far east of Italy', Otranto gazes out on to the Adriatic Sea. It was a key port for trade and conquest during Roman times. Today, you'll find a picturesque town of fortifications, mouthwatering seafood restaurants and a pleasant beach.

    Tracing its origins back to 545 AD, Monopoli is a melting pot of Byzantine, Venetian and Turkish influence. Its charming harbour is sorrounded by medieval stone walls, while the Church of the Purgatory fratures a Baroque chapel of mummified citizens that passed on.

    Home to amazing history, wine and cuisine, stay over for a night to enjoy one of Dubrovnik's multiple Michelin Star restaurants
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Carrying just 100 guests in 50 deluxe staterooms and suites, the Emerald Sakara offers a luxury small ship cruising experience to ports and harbors only accessible to small ships.

The yacht features a large infinity pool, spa with infrared sauna, gym, and marina platform, SEABOBs, paddle boards and snorkeling equipment.

A fleet of the very latest in electronic bikes from Gocycle is also available on board, ideal for local village trips and active explorations.

Cruise only fares start at $4,280 per person

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