Charter a motor boat or a sailboat in Calvi and explore Northern Corsica as you’ve never seen it before! On board your rental boat, sail wherever you wish: secluded anchorages, superb coves and dream beaches will meet you every day. Don’t wait any longer to discover Calvi, Northern Corsica and its rugged cliffs; you will no doubt be charmed by its beauty. ...more information
Indicative price excluding any discounts and options
Access and Services for yacht charter in Calvi
Easily accessible, the marina of Calvi takes its name from the former mayor of Calvi, Xavier Colonna.
Largest marina in Corsica, Calvi has about 460 berths of which 200 are for visitors. From June to September, you can also tie up to the mooring buoys provided for the purpose in the gulf; the rest of the year, outer anchorage is free.
On land, you will find fresh water, electricity, fuel, sale of ice, toilet facilities and showers...
Top things to See and Do in Calvi
The main attraction in Calvi is its citadel, which offers beautiful panoramic views across the city. Built at the time of the Genoese occupation, Calvi houses some pretty monuments and in particular La Poudrière, Saint Antoine oratory and Christopher Colombus’ house. Within the fortress, the Cathedral of Saint Jean-Baptiste, built in the 13th century, features beautiful items of ancient art. Finally, quite far out of the city-centre but it is our favourite, the chapel Notre-Dame-de-la-Serra offers a breathtaking view of the Gulf of Calvi!
If you are looking for restaurants, bars and boutiques, go for a stroll in the street ‘Clémenceau’ and along the ‘Quai Landry’, which is a beachside walkway bordering the port Xavier Colonna all the way up to the Tour de Sel (Salt tower). This tower dates back to 1897 and used to be a watchtower as well as a salt warehouse.
Set sail and explore some wild places... First of all, the Bay of Girolata offers an exceptional natural site dominated by a Genoese Tower. The Corsican coastline is dotted with these towers dating back from the 16th century, a time when the island belonged to the Republic of Genoa. This bay is a highly sought-after place of anchorage among pleasure boaters. You will then be able to go around the Nature Reserve of Scandola. Finally, La Revellata peninsula (40km long) offers a wild and inhospitable coastline, which is perfect for pleasure boaters. You will be able to enjoy its small coves, fine sand and crystal-clear waters in privacy. The Revellata lighthouse allows quick orientation as it stands at the tip of the peninsula.
A few events not to miss during your stop: the ‘Festiventu’ at the end of October, the jazz festival in July and finally, for party animals, the festival ‘Calvi on the Rocks’ in July, which sees DJs of the electronic music scene perform live sets on the beach for three nights in a row, guaranteed fun!
Contact our customer service to organise your cruise in Calvi
Our team of experts is at your disposal to organise your very own cruise. Your online request will be dealt with shortly. One of our advisors will contact you by email or by phone. Free quotes, without engagement.