The amazing climate, vast coastline and the crystal clear water come as no surprise to why Italy is the best place for all sorts of water sports and adventures. From sailing to surfing, diving, fishing and swimming to jet skiing - the possibilities of water sports are endless in this beautiful European country. Motorboats, kayaks, sailing boats and canoes can be hired at many lake resorts from the Italy boat rental service providers.
Boating- All over the Italy, sailing in dinghies and yachts is highly popular. Almost all the coastal towns in Italy has a marina. Marinas are open autumn, summer, and spring. Private boat permits are required and can be purchased at any marina. According to Discover Boating, “Boating is ranked as one of the top three of all stress-relieving activities. It offers great opportunities to exercise, which is proven to reduce stress”.
Surfing- The West Coast, from Civitavecchia to Napoli, delivers the best conditions for surfing. Capu Mannu in Sardinia is also a favorite spot for the surfers. Here is a list of top surfing spots in Italy.
Diving- Scuba diving is well established in Italy and it is indeed, one of the best scuba diving spots in Europe. What makes Italy so attractive to scuba divers is the variety of sites and experiences to try. St. Elmo’s Rock, near Sardinia, offers a special treat to the divers. April to November is the ideal season for scuba diving in Italy. Must visit dive locations when scuba diving in Italy are:
Fishing- Italy has so many great places for a fun-pact exciting fishing holiday. You can target zander, catfish, barbel or carp in a catch-and-release policy. Mainly fishing in Italy requires a license. Underwater fishing is permitted only in daylight. Here is a list of top fishing spots in Italy:
With its vibrant coastline and night life scene, along with the chance to participate in some of the most popular water sports, Italy is undoubtedly the must visit country in the world.