Corsica & Sardinia
The laid-back town oozes charm and history. Legend has it that Christopher Columbus was born here. Step on deck to admire the colors of marine life of the Scandola Nature Reserve as you pass by the headland that divides Balagne from the Golfe de Porto.
Considered one of the most spectacular and scenic places on the Corsican.
Head South and spend few hours enjoying water-sports in the Golfe de Sagone. Stay ashore for dinner or a drink and enjoy Corsica-s capital city in all its charm.
Relax on one of a trio of stunning beaches – Palombaggio, Santa Giulia and Rondinara. Cruise alongside the cliffs of Bonifacio before entering the port to allow the true spectacle of the cantilevered 16th century town to slowly unfold.
Explore the old citadel and climb the steep stone Staircase of the King of Aragon for breathtaking vistas. Bonifacio also boasts a busy marina lined with chic bars and restaurants.
Explore the turquoise lagoons and reefs of the uninhabited Lavezzi islands en route to the beautiful Maddalena islands. Discover the islands – the beach is said to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Mediterranean. Neighbouring Santa Maria is the best for lazy long lunch at restaurant overlooking the shallow waters.
Porto Cervo & Cala di Volpe
Architecture, exclusive boutiques & jewellers, luxury hotels and villas who are respecting the typical style of the region. Lunch at Hotel Cala di Volpe followed by and afternoon of water-sports or a round of golf at the Pevero golf club – the course is said to be one of the most beautiful in the world. Head back to Porto Cervo & step ashore to dine by the water at II Pescator.
Spend your final day anchored off Porto Rotendo. Take the tender ashore for a beachside morning or to explore the small village. In the early evening, discover trendy bars and fine dining restaurants as you take a stroll around stylish port, before cruising back to disembark in Porto Cervo.
Note: itinerary days or week/s can be adjusted and amended per individual guest choice.