|Orana 44||- 15 %|
|Cranchi Smeraldo 37||- 10 %|
|Monte Carlo 47||- 10 %|
|Princess V42||- 15 %|
|360°||- 22 %|
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| Corsica is a mountainous Mediterranean island that rests enticingly between the France, Sardinia, and Italy. Corsica contains many little villages and unspoiled moorings for yachts to anchor. There is a lot to explore on Corsica alone. A two-week itinerary is necessary if you aim to sail (with a sailyacht or a catamaran) completely around the island, a trip of more than 300 nautical miles.|
Corsica will entrance you with its dramatic rocks and cliffs, small ports, cool anchorages and its relaxed lifestyle.
Corsica is definitely an exceptional place for your next yacht charter vacation.
Ajaccio : On the west coast of Corsica lies Ajaccio, from which you can explore bays not accessible from land. Ajaccio is the birthplace of Napoleon (Visitors can still visit Napoleon's birthplace). Ajaccio is attractive for its old town, relaxing cafés and the views of its glorious bay.
Bonifacio : Many consider the south of Corsica and Bonifacio to be the most beautiful part of the island. Characteristic of Bonifacio is its setting, high on the cliffs overlooking the sea. Bonifacio is also the ideal starting location to explore the Bonifacio channel and Lavezzi Islands in Sardinia, which are now classified as a natural reserve.
Calvi : On the northeast shore of Corsica lies Calvi with its 13th-century citadel with three bastions and long ramparts and the beautiful beaches of l'Ile Rousse.You will find plenty of restaurants and cafés on the seafront walkway between the marina and the commercial harbour.
Itinerary 1 : 7 days from Ajaccio
Itinerary 2 : Ajaccio - Bonifacio - Ajaccio
Itinerary 3 : Ajaccio - Calvi - Ajaccio
Itinerary 4 : Around Corsica Northwards itinerary
Itinerary 5 : Calvi to Bonifacio
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