Surrounded by dense vegetation and centuries-old pine trees, Girolata is a desolate paradise. It is well-worth discovering its craggy inlets, gorgeous beach and rustic restaurants serving wholesome seafood, plucked straight from its sapphire waters.
One thing to note is that the village can receive an influx of visitors during high summer (July and August) as cruises disembark in surrounding villages in the late morning.
However, even during these slightly busier times, superyacht charters still have the advantage of being able to access the location in the early mornings and when tourists descend onto their vessels again in the evening. Plus, this is a magnificent overnight anchorage.