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Corsica

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The French island of Corsica is a lush, volcanic destination with a distinctly Italian flavour. On the east coast, the terrain is flat and beachy with a scattering of compact harbours, while in the west, a wild cascade of steep cliffs and rock stacks plunges unchecked into the open sea.
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Here, the complex deep-water shoreline creates a landscape that’s not just more dramatic, but also more versatile for roaming superyachts. Two-thirds of the landscape comprise of mountainous national park, and the strikingly unspoiled 600-mile coastline offers two very different charter experiences. On the east coast, the terrain is flat and beachy with a scattering of compact harbours, while in the west, a wild cascade of steep cliffs and stacks plunges unchecked into the open sea. Here, the complex deep-water shoreline creates a coast that’s not just more dramatic, but also more versatile for roaming superyachts. Wherever you cruise, however, the island’s resolutely Corsican culture, cuisine and custom are a world apart from the mainstream charter destinations of France and Italy.

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Recommended Itinerary
1. St. Florent
2. Calvi
3. Girolata
4. Ajaccio
5. Porto-Vecchio
6. Bonifacio Corsica
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St. Florent

The compact 15th century Genoese citadel of St Florent nestles in a northern inlet, on the edge of some renowned fishing waters and wine-producing regions. It is one of Corsica’s most vibrant port towns, with plenty of restaurants and some fine local beaches, not least in the form of Plage de Saleccia. Some of the local beaches are accessible only by boat, enabling you to anchor up for a secluded picnic before heading back for alfresco drinks in Place des Portes by the harbour.
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