8 days from Calvi to Bonifacio
Day 1 : Calvi
Land at the airport, Calvi-Sainte-Catherine (CLY). Go to Calvi and visit the magnificent viewpoint offered by the citadel overlooking the sea and the city. You'll discover your boat at the Marina. Taste the local products like Figatellu in one of the restaurants of the port.
Day 2 : Calvi - Girolata
In Calvi, visit the city and its astonishing St. Mary's Church located on the main square and then drop anchor to the Scandola Nature Reserve in Elbo Bay.
Admire the red porphyry cliffs, the mountains that surround you, and sail to Girolata. Hike through one of the many trails between sea, maquis, and mountains. You can walk along with one of the most beautiful paddle coasts in the world.
Visit Girolata, a charming village listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Day 3 : Girolata - Ajaccio
Head to the Sanguinaires Islands, uninhabited islands, and hike to the "Genoese Tower" on the tip of La Parata then head to Ajaccio.
Visit Ajaccio, the capital of the island of beauty. You'll be in the footsteps of Bonaparte, a famous Corsican who became France's Emperor.
Wander the alleys and shops of artisans and creators of the island. Discover the panoramic view on the Iles Sanguinaires, and enjoy the Corsican welcome in one of the local restaurants.
Day 4 : Ajaccio - Porto Pollo - Campomoro
After taking part in the market, weigh anchor for Porto Pollo in the Gulf of Valinco. Stroll along the wild beaches and coves.
Discover the seabed of the gulf, and then hike along the marked paths of the beaches and drop anchor in Campomoro. You will find all the charm of southern Corsica with its buildings colored uniquely.
Day 5 : Campomoro - Bonifacio
Enjoy this long trip to Bonifacio to admire the spectacle of underwater life. In Bonifacio, roam the streets of the upper town, take the King Aragon Steps (Escalier du Roi d’Aragon), discover the marine cemetery and taste the famous miglicacci accompanied by a Pietra.
Day 6 : Bonifacio - Lavezzi - Porto Rafael (Sardinia)
Sail to the Lavezzi Islands nicknamed "Seychelles of the Mediterranean" and enjoy this unspoiled environment and then drop anchor in the small village of Porto Rafael, Sardinia. In Porto Raphael, you'll discover a luxurious village set in granite vegetation. Enjoy the small square view on Cala Inglese (nicknamed the Porto Rafael pool), and stroll along the pink sand beaches characterized by the presence of rocks.
Days 7 & 8: Porto Rafael - Costa Smeralda (Sicily) - The Madeleines - Bonifacio
Travel to the southeast of the island towards the Costa Smeralda on the bay of Cala Di Volpe. You can rest on the most beautiful beaches of the coast, such as the Capriccioli or the Grande Pever beaches.
Travel to Porto Cervo where you'll find the largest yachts and sailboats dedicated to luxury tourism. Then, explore the small seaside resort of Poltu Quatu, a city located at the end of a fjord surrounded by cliffs.
Sail to Maddalena's archipelago on the island of Budelli and admire the charm of the typical Italian city center and many points of view. Then return to Bonifacio, disembark and join the airport.
Sail to the archipelago of Maddalena, on the island of Budelli and admire the charm of the typical Italian city center and many points of view then return to Bonifacio, disembark and join the airport.