Corsica & Sardinia
If there is heaven on Earth, it is Corsica. Mountainous landscapes, wild nature and the unspoiled beaches attract visitors seeking for a peaceful getaway. Corsica, also called the “Island of Beauty” is an excellent place to drop the anchor and enjoy the silent beauty of the wild coastline, practice watersports, scuba diving or snorkeling.
There are plenty of places to discover in Corsica: Ajaccio – the world-famous hometown of Napoleon Bonaparte; iconic medieval Bonifaccio, which is the oldest town of Corsica or Sartène, also known as a “City of Art and History”. Porto Vecchio, the most fashionable town of Corsica, is known not only for its amazing beaches (such as Palombaggia) but also for the busy nightlife and the number of awesome restaurants. Hotel Casadelmar with its spa and a gourmet restaurant is one of the most famous places in town.*
One of the most magnificent beaches Plage de Farinole, popular among surfers, is located on Cap Corse, while the best place for scuba diving and snorkeling is the Marine Reserve of Lavezzi Islands. This natural park that protects rare fish, birds and plants, is a UNESCO Heritage site and has a plenty of sheltered bays thanks to the numerous small islands of archipelago.
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean and probably one of the most popular summer charter destinations of Italy. In this place, wild nature and the beautiful beaches of the Emerald Coast coexist with luxurious hotels and exquisite restaurants.
Each year, Sardinia attracts the most famous yachts of the Mediterranean Sea. It’s no surprise - blue waters and the stunning views from the island’s cliffs are so alluring. But the place where you can see the majority of the luxurious super yachts is the world-famous Porto Cervo – the most glamourous resort of Sardinia. This little village is packed with gourmet restaurants and glossy bars, luxury boutiques and numerous spas.
The most heavenly beaches of Sardinia are located on La Maddalena Archipelago, off the Emerald Coast. La Maddalena is the biggest island, however in order to see the most spectacular views and pristine beaches it’s better to drop the anchor near one of the smaller islands, such as Spargi with its Cala Soraya beach.