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Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

You will explore the south of the island starting with the beautiful Gulf of Valinco, before discovering the wild anchorages of Sénétose. You will then visit the splendid town of Bonifacio and the Lavezzi Islands. On the way back, you will make stops in Roccapina and Propriano, as well as in the most beautiful creeks.


DAY 1 : Ajaccio
The departure will be from Ajaccio in the late afternoon. The boarding will take place before 6:00 pm, before heading in the direction of Sainte Barbe in Ajaccio bay. After dinner, you will spend the night at Anchor.
DAY 2 : Ajaccio - Valinco - 3H
The departure is planned in the direction of the Gulf of Valinco, which is widely celebrated in Corsican songs for its beauty. After rounding the islets and reefs of Taravù, you will have a lunch break at Porto Pollo. The place is ideal for a swim, a sea kayaking session or simply to relax. For snorkelling enthusiasts, it is possible to approach the rocks of Taravù by dinghy to discover a spectacular site.
DAY 3 : Gulf of Valinco - Sentosa - 2H
The trip will continue towards Senetosa, a must-see stop to discover the beautiful wild anchorages of the island. Then, you will have lunch at Arana Cove, where you can swim, relax, kayak or snorkel. You will then sail to Bonifacio. All along the coast, after Acula, you can admire tiny fjords. On the point of Roccapina, you can admire a cluster of rocks that imitates a lion lying down. In the late afternoon, you will arrive in Bonifacio, the pearl of southern Corsica. This city is both beautiful and spectacular, with its impressive harbour dominated by a huge limestone cliff on which the fortified upper town is perched. Bonifacians like to recall that this great fjord would be the one where the black ship of Ulysses found refuge during one of the perilous stopovers of the Odyssey. You will spend the night at Anchor.
DAY 4 : Bonifacio - Lavezzi Archipelago - 3H
After breakfast, you will leave for the Lavezzi Islands. The spectacular beauty of this rocky cluster will make you feel like you are back in the Stone Age. The classified land and marine reserve protects mainly rare species of gulls called "puffins", which nest in the hollow of these vast rocks, as well as numerous fish living in its turquoise waters. The rocks pile up on top of each other to form small inner chambers with granite walls polished by erosion. You will have lunch at anchor in this heavenly place, before swimming and practising nautical activities. To spend the night, you will anchor on the island of Piana, a natural reserve whose crystalline waters will allow you to see the white sandy bottom at a depth of 3 or 4 meters.
DAY 5 : Anse de Roccapina - 3H
After breakfast, you can enjoy water activities, including snorkelling, to discover a real natural aquarium or simply relax. After lunch, you will sail to Roccapina, famous for its small cove located at the foot of the ‘Lion de Roccapina’. You will spend the night at Anchor.
DAY 6 : Anse de Roccapina - Gulf of Valinco - Propriano - 3H
After breakfast, you will have the choice between water activities, relaxation or swimming. After lunch, you will set sail for Propriano along the coast of the Gulf of Valinco. You will arrive in a small town where the houses line the entire coastline around the typical Corsican port, animated by numerous bars and restaurants. The whole town is charming and relatively calm even in full summer. You can visit the village and do some shopping. You will spend the night at anchor in Propriano.
DAY 7 : Propriano - Ajaccio - 3h
After breakfast, you will set sail for Ajaccio with a stopover in front of the Isolella Tower. You will have lunch at anchor in front of a beautiful beach where you will be able to practice water sports such as sea kayaking or snorkelling. Then, you will board your catamaran to head for Ajaccio. You will arrive in the late afternoon to visit the city. While walking through the streets of the old town, you will discover the history of Napoleon or simply enjoy the animation of the quays. You will spend the night at anchor in Ajaccio.
DAY 8 : Ajaccio
Disembarkment is scheduled for 8 a.m.

Your boat :

  • Accommodation in an air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom (air conditioning is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.).
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner), drinks with meals (house wine and water) and local aperitifs.
  • You will also benefit from the service of the crew consisting of two people (captain, steward/cook), two sets of sheets and towels, including beach towels, as well as consumables for the boat : water, gasoline and fuel).
  • Boat and passenger insurance is also included in the price.
  • Water sports equipment such as snorkeling equipment (fins, mask and snorkel), paddle and sea kayaking are also available on board.
  • The round trip flight
  • Transfers between the airport and the base (optional)
  • Destination fees, which must be paid in advance (mandatory)


To enter Corsica, the same conditions apply as for any other region of France. Therefore, Belgians, Luxembourgers, Canadians and Swiss can visit the island for a maximum of 90 days without needing a visa.


In general, Corsica does not present any particular health risks for travellers. However, it is important to note that exposure to the sun, walking, diving, and climate changes can cause discomfort.

Time difference

GMT/UTC + 1 hour (+ 2 hours in the summer)


220/240 volts at 50 hertz


ATMs are well distributed around the island, with the exception of some places. Mountain villages, in particular, may not have them. Post offices can be used to withdraw money with a credit card. Banks, exchange offices and post offices generally accept traveller’s checks.

Climate in Corsica

The most pleasant months to visit Corsica are probably May, June, September and October when the temperature is milder. However, November through April can also be a good time for travellers who enjoy a cooler climate.