South Corsica is bathed by the Mediterranean Sea to the west and by the Tyrrhenian Sea to the southeast. From heavenly beaches to typical villages in the mountains, South Corsica offers fantastic landscapes that you will be able to enjoy during your stopovers on “l’île de beauté”. Located at the gates of South Corsica, Ajaccio is surrounded by mountains. This fortress city has succeeded in maintaining the beauty and purity of its coastline. ...more information
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In South Corsica, when entering the Gulf of Ajaccio, you will be stunned by the beauty of the Sanguinaires also known as The Bloody Islands.
While cruising to the south, don’t miss the charming marina of Propriano, located in a sheltered spot on The Gulf of Valinco. It is always protected from strong winds and is a perfect stop between Ajaccio and the Strait of Bonifacio.
The Natural reserve of the Strait of Bonifacio extends over 80 000 hectares and is situated at the southern tip of Corsica. It is considered as one of the most beautiful sites of Corsica and offers many anchorages. Make a detour via the Lavezzi islands, less than 10 nautical miles away from Bonifacio, and let yourself be tempted by the many idyllic moorings bordering this nature reserve. Once you are back along the Corsican coastline after this charming stopover, continue sailing towards Porto Vecchio via the cove of Palombaggia, which boasts one of the most beautiful beaches of Corsica.
The Gulf of Porto Vecchio is a protected area of a few hundred kilometres. The harbour of Porto Vecchio is ideal to take shelter in case of strong wind.
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