CORSICA BOAT EXCURSIONS - CORSICA BOAT TRIP
Other interesting destinations for your sailing holiday can be found in the South of Corsica. In this part of the island the sun and the wind have carved the rocks creating magnificent natural cliffs overlooking the sea. It is possible to spend hours in total relaxation in the sandy coves formed with crumbled granite. Going along the south-eastern coast you will come across the Bonifacio fortress, which dominates the sea from above and which is particularly fascinating for its strategic position which over time has made it inaccessible.
Then heading north, in Porto Vecchio there are other intimate and silent coves, ideal destinations for those who do not like the noise of crowded beaches. In addition to taking a bath in the clear and placid sea of the coves, you can immerse yourself in the lush vegetation that surrounds lagoons and beaches such as Solenzara, Porto Vecchio, Plage de Palombaggia, Santa Giulia, Rondinara, Santa Amanza, Cavallo and Lavezzi, Bonifacio.
The boat holiday, lasting two weeks, also touches the North of Sardinia. This is an island particularly sought after by those looking for a clean sea, wild coasts and places where Nature is still free to express itself as it wishes.
Here are the locations of our boat cruise
Southern Corsica: Solenzara, Porto Vecchio, Plage de Palombaggia, Santa Giulia, Rondinara, Santa Amanza, Cavallo and Lavezzi, Bonifacio
North Sardinia: Maddalena archipelago, Palau, Capo d'Orso, sardinia bay, Poltu quatu, Porto Cervo, Porto Rotondo, Golfo del Pevero
To the north of Sardinia is the paradisiacal Maddalena Archipelago, which rises off the Costa Smeralda. It consists of 7 major islands (La Maddalena, Caprera, Budelli, Santo Stefano, Santa Maria, Spargi, Razzoli) and several smaller islets, bathed by a wonderful and transparent sea. The Maddalena archipelago has been declared a National Park and is certainly one of the most beautiful and unspoiled areas of Sardinia and of the whole of Italy.
The numerous beaches and coves of the Archipelago are known for their clarity and white sand. In this area of Sardinia, VIPs choose to spend their holidays in contact with the natural beauty and comfort of prestigious resorts and luxury hotels.
Since these are destinations that can only be reached by sea, the boat is perfect for being able to admire them up close as they deserve.
The departure is from Munich. You can opt for the crossing by boat or reach the airports of Calvi (Northern Corsica), and Bonifacio Figari (Southern Corsica). A boat awaits the arrival of our guests.
She is the hostess / cook on board. She takes care of the arrangement of the cabins and the kitchen. As a child she began to sail on her father's motor boats, until as a young girl she discovered the great passion for sailing which, with her partner Francesco, pushed her to sail for long itineraries, and to follow him in her activities. Born initially as a hobby, she later discovered a great passion for cooking, which led her to attend courses and stages.