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The Financial Times’ Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018

The Financial Time published a spectacular list of ten hidden-gem Mediterranean destinations, in Greece, Croatia, France, Turkey and Italy. From laid-back Serifos, to luxury Cavallo, your sailing holidays wanderlust will ignite with the Financial Times' Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018:

1.Serifos, Cyclades, Greece

Only a short sail away from the lunar landscapes of Milos, Serifos is still in the shadows of its popular neighboring islands, remaining a relaxed, gloriously unspoiled destination, a must-visit while island hopping in Cyclades.
Apart from sailing around its magnificent, wild coasts, no one can resist the charm of scenic Chora, the main settlement of Serifos and one of the more quintessential Cycladic towns with a Venetian Castle, cascading down a rocky peak dotted with sugar cube architecture and narrow streets adorned with colourful flowers.
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The Financial Times’ Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018 - Sailing In The Cyclades Serifos

2. San Fruttuoso, Liguria, Italy

To the west of cosmopolitan Portofino, on scenic San Fruttuoso, travelers can find the iconic charm of the Portofino and the Italian Riviera at its unrushed finest: Wooded hills that plunge steeply to the sea creating small bays and coves accessible only by boat. During summers, the scenic site buzzes with day-trippers from the nearby settlements, but at night there is no place to stay so tranquillity is all yours.
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The Financial Times’ Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018 - San Fruttuoso


3. Lastovo, South Croatia

Your destination for real escapism! Medieval buildings, stone houses and lush, wild nature washed by crystal clear Dalmatian waters, create the ambience of an intangible time travel. Great walks to the designated Lastovo Nature Park, fascinating diving activities and refreshing swims to Skrivena Luka Bay, are a nature’s call to detox and let your mind truly escape.
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The Financial Times’ Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018 - Lastovo

4. Favignana, Egadi islands, Sicily, Italy

18 km off the west coast of Sicily, scenic Favignana island is embraced by impossible aquamarine waters, spectacular calcareous rock formations, remote bays with white sands creating an exotic ambience steeped in history.
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The Financial Times’ Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018 - Favignana Cala Azzura

5. Cavallo island, Corsica, France

A privately owned paradise 2.3 km from the Corsican Coast in the Lavezzi Archipelago, especially known for golfing, sailing and yachting holidays. With transparent turquoise waters and great granite formations, Cavallo is a glory of stone and definitely one of Europe’s best-kept secrets!
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The Financial Times’ Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018 - Cavallo

6. Mani, Peloponnese, Greece

On the southern tip of the Greek mainland, Mani peninsula offers authentic Greek holiday experiences in pretty coastal villages, rugged coastlines and wild nature.
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The Financial Times’ Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018 - Mani

7. Kornati archipelago, Croatia

Kornati National Park is an amazing bouquet of 140 islands, islets and reefs, covered in scented Mediterranean herbs, emitting their fragrant aura in the salty sea breeze. Sail from Zadar and explore them on a memorable sailing holiday
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The Financial Times’ Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018 - Kornati

8.Amorgos, Cyclades, Greece

A seahorse-shaped, literally unspoiled island on the southeastern arc of the Cyclades boasting an amazing sea of translucent, aquamarine waters with tiny, colourful fishes in swirling clouds, ideal for diving. The scenic village, studded with whitewashed, sugar cube houses with vibrant-coloured doors along winding, narrow alleys, is a dreamy scenery as if it jumped out of a fairytale.
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The Financial Times’ Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018 - Amorgos

9. Datca Peninsula, Turkey

An excellent spot for the seekers of authenticity, Datca peninsula is an idyllic bay at the meeting point of the Aegean and the Mediterranean. The peninsula forms countless coves, bays and beaches, sandy or shingly, often with shallow waters, ideal for family swims. Sail to Domuzbükü, a hidden gem accessible only by boat, and refresh yourselves to amazingly turquoise waters.
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The Financial Times’ Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018 - Datca Penninsula


10. Pantelleria island, Sicily, Italy

Her name means “daughter of the wind” and is a passionate blend of fire, wind and sea elements! A volcanic island with an exotic ambience, very popular with Italian arts and fashion elite. Situated 63 miles from Sicily and only 37 east of the Tunisian coast, which is visible on clear days.
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The Financial Times’ Top Mediterranean Hideaways 2018 - Pantelleria

Wanderlust ignited? Charter a yacht in the Mediterranean and sail your way to those spectacular hideaways!

 


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