Southern Corsica

Rosignano Solvay, Tuscany, Italy
Around the Island

Corsica is the perfect destination for a trip on a boat. It has everything, beautiful sea, fantastic towns and unique scenarios

Santa Maria

From Cala dei Sardi you’ll sail heading Santa Maria island, is East of Razzoli and North-East of Budelli.
Santa Maria is flattest island and covered by particularly luxuriant vegetation.
The cost is very jagged and it is the only one to have residential areas assembled long Cala Santa Maria and La Maddalena.
The beach is characterized by white impalpable sand long 200 meters, bigger beach of the whole archipelago.
The sea bottom increases its depth softly, forming as a natural pool of great charm.
Next to the bay, behind it, you can find a water mirror called “il Palude”, a little pond of brackish water frequented by numerous kinds of birds.

Rondinara

From Cala dei Sardi you’ll sail heading Santa Maria island, is East of Razzoli and North-East of Budelli.
Santa Maria is flattest island and covered by particularly luxuriant vegetation.
The cost is very jagged and it is the only one to have residential areas assembled long Cala Santa Maria and La Maddalena.
The beach is characterized by white impalpable sand long 200 meters, bigger beach of the whole archipelago.
The sea bottom increases its depth softly, forming as a natural pool of great charm.
Next to the bay, behind it, you can find a water mirror called “il Palude”, a little pond of brackish water frequented by numerous kinds of birds.

Isola Piana

You can not miss a stop on Isola Piana, thirty minute sailing from Bonificio to the archipelago of Maddalena.
From Punta Sperone, you can reach Isola Piana through a wonderful walking on the water during the low tide.

Bonifacio

The Gods could not give Corsica, in the extreme south, a better gift. This takes the aspect of a white vessel that leaves proudly to the attack on the open sea: Bonifacio !
Nobody can resist the charm of this old city, shining white and full of attractive little old streets climbing towards the heights of the Citadella, and, ribbed by inlets from where you can admire the islands of Lavezzi and Cavallo, and Sardinia.
Arriving by boat, entry to the port is captivating. From a distance you glimpse the entrance to the port like a split in the white limestone cliff, on entering the fjord the city is not immediately seen, but there is a cove first, with small bays where some anchor when the port is full. Past the cove, the Bonifacio panorama opens up: from the wharves, where nautical business goes on, up to the heights of the citadel, bustling with tourists and residents. Remember you’re in France! Right on the port you can find the classic “baguettes” and if you climb the little streets leading to the “viewpoints” different “creperies” can be found.
It’s worth climbing to the top to admire the stretch of sea that separates Corsica from Sardinia: on windy days the panorama is breathtaking and the stormy sea evokes Kantian memories.

Lavezzi

Reached Lavezzi, paying attention to the shallow waters and the emerging rocks, you will be fascinated by the straordinary beautiful of the island, which is the subject of intense tourist activity, favored by its proximity to the main places of the major islands.
Its territory belong to Natural Reserve of Bonifacio Bouches, which together with National Park of the Archipelago of La Maddalena will form the International Park of Bonifacio Bouches.
Lavezzi is closest to Cavallo Island, together share a narrow cliff passage, in the past theatre of a lot of wrecks, one of each, in 1855, caused about 700 deaths in the accident of Semillante, a French frigate whose victims are buried in two small cemeteries on the island.

La Maddalena

La Maddalena, administrative centre of the archipelago, is a small town, criss-crossed by the carrugi, the Genoese name of its narrow lanes that climb the hill above Cala Gavetta, the historic port around which all habitation has developed. In the city you can find all kinds of shops, restaurants and pizzerias. If you wish to spend the night here it is best to book, especially in the July and August periods. The island is dotted with numerous beaches: Spalmetore, where you can moor to buoy; Cala Francese, a cove sheltered from the wind, actually behind Cala Gavetta. Another tourist port is Porto Massimo, in the northern part of the island.

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