BOATING TRIPS in corsica
Southern Corsica: Bonifacio, Lavezzi and Isola Piana
In the stretch of sea that separates Corsica from Sardinia are the white cliffs of Bonifacio and the Bocche di Bonifacio Nature Reserve. Let's discover together the town of Bonifacio, the island of Lavezzi and the island of Piana.
Bonifacio, also known as Bunifazziu - in the Corsican language Bunifaziu - is located in southern Corsica on the strait of the same name. The town of Bonifacio is located a few miles by boat from Santa Teresa Gallura in the stretch of sea universally known as Bocche di Bonifacio.
This charming town is famous for its white limestone cliffs, a true wonder of nature. Bonifacio is a town built on several levels, the upper part being a charming, timeless medieval village. The lower part of the town is the port of Bonifacio, a unique entrance to the world, an enchanting fjord which still leaves navigators navigating the Mouths open-mouthed.
In the vicinity of the entrance to the port of Bonifacio there are many limestone caves, some of which can only be reached from the sea. Two minutes from the mouth of Bonifacio harbour is the Anse du Fazzio, a picturesque landscape where one of the historic headquarters of Les Glénans, one of the world's most prestigious sailing schools, is located.
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 the Piana island to the mainland. a passage that emerges and disappears with the movements of the tide.
Isola Piana in the south of Corsica is an uninhabited island in the commune of Bonifacio that is part of the Lavezzi Islands Nature Reserve, near Isola di Cavallo. In summer it is very popular because of its beauty, in winter months oasis of peace with incredible views.
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 beautywith the sea experiencing every shade of colour.
The island is located right at the centre of the Bocche di Bonifacio opposite the island of Razzoli and the La Maddalena National Park. Lavezzi's seabed 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.