Go sailing in Marsala and discover the most amazing corner of Sicily, enjoy the crystal seas and the nicest summer breeze.
Once you moor you sailboat in the marina of Marsala, be sure to taste the famous Marsala wine. If you after a nice drink and a bit of shopping head towards the town square, or Piazza Loggia, here you can find a number or wine bars and shops, as well as local cellars to see how the wine is produced. You wouldn't want more after a sailing day in Sicily.
At the forefront of the latest cultural vogue, Marsala is a historic town renowned for its wineries. Spend an evening at Florio to sample some of the city's finest wines and produce, a guaranteed night of success and culture. Famed for creating the staple wine of the British Navy and Lord Nelson, it was an Englishman named John Woodhouse who created the city's native wine. Imagine this Englishman drinking wine on his sailboat while sailing on the amazing Marsala coastline. If you want to enjoy this Sicilian corner of paradise just rent one of our certified boats.
Sicily is just bursting with great vini so get yourself to an enoteca and sample some of the finest on offer over a salami or prosciutto bruschetta. One of many in Marsala is L’Enoteca della Strada del Vino di Marsala. Your Italian may be tested to the limit by the waiters, but their knowledge of local wine, should you understand them, is unquestionable (Via XI Maggio 32). But your are a sailor and sailors can speak all langues right/ Expecially after some wine ;)
Therefore just have a look at our site and find your sailboat to rent from one of our Sailogy certified boat charters and you are off to sailing Marsala and enjoying some wine just like John Woodhouse did !