Andratx Mallorca – The Mediterranean boasts some spectacular views. This shabby chic port is known as the Riviera of the Balearics.
Cala San Miguel – A favorite spot to anchor is along the west coast of Ibiza, south of Cala Benirras.
Victoria on her throne – The rocky outcrop at the entrance to Cala Benirras which looks uncannily like Queen Victoria on her throne.
Bonifacio Corsica – A path has been carved into the famous cliffs of Bonifacio.
Bonifacio village – The village is perched precariously on top of cliffs that have been chiseled away by the Mistral winds.
Bonifacio cliffs – At the top of the Bonifacio cliffs whilst waiting on a mistral.
Sardinia – The anchorage in Sardinia, famous for the caves that stretch along the coastline of the Gulf of Orosei on the Island's east.
Cala Goloritze – Another impressive view of the anchorage in the Gulf of Orosei. The needle-like rock is a famous destination for rock climbers.
Castelsardo from the sea – Castelsardo, a medieval city with stunning views to sail in to.
Costa Smeralda – Dilbar is the fourth biggest yacht in the world boasting a staff of 80 and a helicopter. It is just one of the superyachts that converge on the Costa Smeralda in summer.
Mediterranean fishing – The Mediterranean is not just for cruisers. It is a working environment for hundreds of fishing vessels.
La Maddalena from Capo D'Orso – A view of the La Maddalena archipelago which boasts spectacular rock formations sculpted by the Mistral winds.
Porto Palma La Maddalena – One of the popular anchorages in the La Maddalena Archipelago -- it just happens to look this amazing.
Ibiza – As the night creeps up, the west coast of Ibiza boasts some of the most beautiful sunsets in the Mediterranean.