Rent a boat in Corsica to enjoy your stay
Throughout your stay to take advantage of the freedom offered by renting a boat: water skiing and wakeboarding in the early morning or before sunset, shopping in Sardinia or Corsica, reaching coves and beaches inaccessible by the road, going to a beach restaurant by the sea, private island for children as for parents .. Your boat and your skipper are at your disposal every morning in front of your villa, available at any time.
Or simply a one-day sea trip to visit one of the "must-to-do".
Our range of boats for rent and our very professional skippers will allow you to discover the gems and secrets of the Gulf of Ajaccio, the Scandola reserve and secret coves inaccessible by road to Bonifacio and to Sardinia. From coves with crystal clear waters, white sand beaches to the ''must to do'' offered by the two sister islands, we invite you to embark and live a unique experience. With its countless confidential places and its essentials, the Corsican and Sardinian waters are a limitless playground for those who wish to make the most of their holidays.
SCANDOLA NATURE RESERVE A majestic vestige of the Hercynian chain, Corsica has many names. That of the mountains in the sea is certainly the most faithful to the island landscapes. Bathed in the Mediterranean sun, the Monte Cintu range ends its course in the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Porto. It is here that the pink granite cliffs are sculpted by sea spray. This ancient volcano gave birth to spectacular landscapes. A stone cathedral without equal, the Scandola nature reserve is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
TIZZANO In the town of Sarténe, Tizzano emerges on one of the slopes of the Cala di l'Avena. It is here that we find the extraordinary coves of Tralicettu, Cala Longa and Cala di Conca accessible only by a long walk or by boat. Sleepy until the 1990s, this small port only welcomed visitors tempted by its fish-filled waters and its lobster holes. Today, a few small restaurants allow you to feast on local fishing.
GULF OF AJACCIO On the western coast of the island is moored the Gulf of Ajaccio. With a width of 15 km, it is delimited by two advances in the sea that are Capo di Muro in the South and the point of Parata in the north, extended by the archipelago of Sanguinaires. Classified as a Grand Site de France since 2017, the archipelago is made up of a set of four rocky islets of dark magmatic origin. With its crystal-clear water beaches and its good places to taste seafood, the Gulf of Ajaccio is an invitation to plenitude.
BONIFACIO AND PIANTARELLA Known since Antiquity for its sheltered port, Bonifacio has never ceased to transform itself from a small fishing port in the 12th century to an impregnable fortress in the 17th century. High strategic place at the crossroads of trade routes, the Republic of Genoa - which administered the city for many centuries - fortified the city according to the attacks to make it a stronghold. The look that we know today at the citadel, with its bastions and its monumental surrounding walls, dates from 1668. Beyond the rich heritage aspect, Bonifacio is also famous for its vertiginous limestone cliffs and its softness of life. It is a mecca for Mediterranean yachting where the most beautiful boats cruising in the Mediterranean stop over.
LAVEZZI AND CAVALLO On the southern borders of the Island of Beauty are two small pebbles sculpted by the force of the spray and the winter swell which are nestled in the Bouches de Bonifacio Nature Reserve. Located just two kilometers from the coast, the islands of Cavallo and Lavezzi emerge from the depths. Bordered by a water to agrave; the azure color, they look like Pacific atolls. This dream destination between luxury and beauty; immaculate is part of a set of eight islets which is commonly called the Lavezzi Archipelago; It is the vestige of a terrestrial corridor which linked Corsica and Sardinia approximately 20,000 years ago, which at that time made them only one and the same island. Documented by many historians, it would seem that this narrow passage, which has now disappeared, was of great importance for traffic between Corsica and Sardinia, as evidenced by the presence of rock shelters. It is a magical archipelago !