Day 1 : Ajaccio
Visit Napoleon Bonaparte's residence when you have reached the city of your journey and have rejoined your yacht. you will discover the diverse flavors and unique treats at the market. For a truly unforgettable taste, try well-known items like Brucciu Corsican cheese.
Day 2 : Arone
Set out on a voyage you'll never forget along the Sanguinaires Passage, a special piece of Corsica's history! Explore this amazing road with outstanding walkways lined with magnificent fine sand beaches from Ajaccio to the Anse de Lava, then to the Anse d'Arone. Utilize these protected locations to bask in their unsurpassed beauty and plunge into the alluring blue waves.
Day 3 : Girolata
Embark on a voyage to the Scandola Nature Reserve, where you may anchor in the lovely Bay of Girolata and visit this lonely Corsican settlement. Enjoy breath-taking views of red hills caressing turquoise blue lakes surrounded by lush green vegetation, creating a rainbow tapestry that will leave you speechless.
Day 4 : Calvi
Sail along the western coastline after extending the sails. Visit Calvi to see its citadel, which resembles a fortress and dominates the quaint old town with its recognizable pink roofs. Enjoy authentic Corsican food while mingling with locals in one of the many taverns or restaurants after exploring the historic stone walls!
Day 5 : Saint Florent
Set off on an expedition and travel to the Agriates Desert at sunrise. You can stroll along a historical customs trail here, traveling through untamed scenery sculpted by nature over time. Discover one of the many magnificent beaches in paradise, such as Pointe Alciolo, Anse Malfalco, or Fiume Santu, and unwind! Be sure to spend some quiet time by spending the night in Saint Florent on those windy days with the northwest wind for the utmost calm.
Day 6 : Macinaggio
Discover Macinaggio, the bustling harbor in Cap Corse! Admire historical attractions including stone castles and Genoese towers as you stroll through its charming alleyways. Before visiting the bustling downtown or the windmills to discover more about Macinaggio's fascinating past, calm your senses with the stunning views of the forest that surrounds this picturesque town.
Day 7 : Bastia
Sail to Bastia on the island's windward side to experience its enduring appeal. Explore the old town and all its sights, sounds, and smells before learning about a wealth of customs and indulging on mouthwatering regional delicacies like migglicacci!
Day 9 : Valle-di-Campoloro
Sail to the lovely Valle-di-Campoloro, where picturesque vineyards and old-world charm coexist in a picture-perfect environment. Continue traveling through Castagniccia's immense forest, which is filled with towering trees that have existed for generations.
Day 9 : Solenzara
As you sail downwind to Solenzara, take in the sea air's saltiness and the lovely sea breeze. There is something for everyone in this charming flower town with its magnificent old stable church, vibrant beach (Scaffa Rosa), charming terraces on the bay, and inviting businesses full of supplies. Take a stroll along the beach or get a taste of the local flavor by sipping an espresso in one of the bustling cafes.
Day 10 : Porto-Novo
You can travel to Porto-Novo today! Discover the interesting coral reefs south of Porto-Vecchio, marvel at the coastline's hilly terrain, and anchor in a remote harbor for a tranquil swim away from the crowds. Then, take a risky detour to find breathtaking panoramas and unanticipated hidden treasures.
Day 12 : Lavezzi Islands
Explore the Lavezzi Islands by boat, stopping especially at Cala Lazarina, a beautiful cove that holds the secrets of long-lost ships like the Semillante. Take in the beauty of the granite cliffs shimmering in the sunlight, then plunge into the waters to see the rich marine life that is concealed there.
Day 12 : Bonifacio
Explore the magnificent "bouches," a renowned French nature reserve, in Bonifacio. Immerse yourself in the Mediterranean biodiversity that abounds in the limestone cliffs! Set sail from the port of Bonifacio, which is tucked between two hills, and then take a stroll around the historic district where Napoleon himself once lived to relive the past.
Day 13: Campo Moro
Before setting off towards Porto Pollo, sample the delectable seafood in the port of Tizzano. Choose the Porto Pollo anchoring in the northern part of the gulf, close to the Filitosa archaeological site, if the Mistral wind is forecast (accessible by cab). Don't miss Campomoro's impressive Genoese tower, which bears witness to the days when pirates roamed these waterways, before you end your vacation there.
Day 14: Ajaccio
Sail back to the magnificent imperial town after savoring a sumptuous lunch on the rim of Cacao Cove at Cape Muro, surrounded by awe-inspiring nature.