Boat trips Corsica

Sergio Atzori
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Boat trips Corsica

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Boat trips Corsica

Bonifacio in an inflatable boat

In the stretch of sea that separates Corsica from Sardinia are the white cliffs of Boniface and thea Nature Reserve of Bocche di Bonifacio. Let's discover together the town of Bonifacio, the island of Lavezzi and the island of Piana.

Boniface is a town in southern Corsica famous for its white limestone cliffs. The upper part of Bonifacio is a charming medieval town overlooking the Bocche di Bonifacio stretch of sea. The lower part of the town consists of the pretty and characteristic harbour. The entrance to the fjord of Bonifacio has enchanted and still enchants sailors navigating the Bocche, the route is both evocative and incredible in its beauty.

The area is also famous for its natural caves, which can only be visited from the sea. A boat trip to see Bonifacio is an unparalleled thrill.

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Flat Island

If there is one place in the world capable of enchanting and enrapturing the heart, it is certainly the blue lagoon of Isola Piana. A very special and enchanting stretch of sea characterised by a strip of sand connecting Isola Piana to the mainland, a passage that emerges and disappears with the movements of the tide.

Isola Piana in southern Corsica is an uninhabited island in the municipality of Bonifacio, part of the Lavezzi Islands Nature Reserve, near Isola di Cavallo. It is very popular in the summer because of its beauty, and in the winter months it is an oasis of peace with incredible views.

Bonifacio Di Sera, a Town Built on the Cliffs in the South of Corsica
Bonifacio Di Sera, Una Città Costruita Sulle Scogliere Nel Sud Della Corsica

Lavezzi

Lavezzi Island is the heart of the Bocche di Bonifacio Nature Reserve, a popular destination for anyone wishing to visit the islands of southern Corsica. A granite island of incomparable beauty, with the sea experiencing every shade of colour.

The island is situated right in the middle of the Bocche di Bonifacio opposite the island of Razzoli and the National Park of La Maddalena. The seabed of Lavezzi is home to the famous Lavezzi Groupers, which is why the island is also known as Mérouville - the City of Groupers - a paradise for divers and snorkelers.


Lavezzi is an island located in the south east of Corsica in the middle of the Bocche di Bonifacio. There is an imposing lighthouse on the island that lights the way for sailors travelling along this well-known stretch of sea. Lavezzi is a popular destination for many underwater tourists who visit the shoal known as Mérouville - the City of Groupers. Lavezzi's coves and beaches offer breathtaking sights, white sand, pristine cliffs and turquoise sea. If you want to reach Lavezzi, choose a boat trip in the south of Corsica, it will be an incredible emotion!

Bocche di Bonifacio

The Bocche di Bonifacio is a sea strait that separates Sardinia from Corsica. The narrowest point where the two islands are closest is only 11 km long and lies between Santa Teresa Gallura - in Sardinia - and Bonifacio - in Corsica.

Boat trips Corsica

Boniface

Bonifacio is a town in the south of Corsica famous for its white limestone cliffs. The upper part of Bonifacio is a charming medieval town overlooking the Bocche di Bonifacio stretch of sea. The lower part of the town consists of the pretty and characteristic harbour. The entrance to the fjord of Bonifacio has enchanted and still enchants sailors travelling along the Bocche, the route is both evocative and incredible in its beauty. The area is also famous for its natural caves, which can only be visited from the sea. A boat trip to see Bonifacio is an emotion like no other.

Boat trips Corsica

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