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  • Explore Genova's fascinating historic centre
  • Taste some delicious local cuisine
  • Hop on a day charter to explore the Italian Riviera
Have you ever considered Genova as a base for your next Italian Riviera sailing adventure? Not only is Genova beautiful, it is also an ideal location to discover the kaleidoscope of candy-colored houses, turquoise coves and green mountains that make the Italian Riviera, known in Italian as Liguria, unique. Naturally, the best way to get around is a private charter! On a day charter from Genova you can either choose between travelling east (or Levante, as they say around Liguria) to go diving or snorkelling near the Gulf of Portofino, or head west (aka Ponente) towards the French Riviera, maybe encountering a dolphin or two on the way. A Genova day charter is also a wonderful way to move around the Riviera without worrying about traffic and expensive parking - you can easily travel to Rapallo, Portofino or Santa Margherita, where you'll find the best beaches in the region. Yet, Genova is not just your door to the Italian Riviera - it is also a destination in its own right. It has the largest historic centre in Europe, with lots of hidden corners to explore, the very famous Acquario and recently-opened Galata Museo del Mare, not to mention two 'villages in the city', Nervi and Boccadasse. And we haven't even mentioned the delicious local cuisine - did you know pesto comes from Genova? What about heading to Genova for day charters around the Italian Riviera? Keep exploring with us!

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