Corsica yacht charter
Sail into secret coves accessible only by yacht for an exclusive beach experience. Saleccia Beach, which was a WWII landing spot for submarines delivering supplies to local resistance groups, is now a tranquil stretch of sea-polished sand enjoyed by only a privileged few. Nearby Lotu Beach is equally isolated with its sun kissed sands giving a distinct castaway vibe. Have your chef pack a picnic and make a day of it. To the south of the island is picturesque Roccapina beach. Set in a protected area, it’s prized by locals for the crystal-clear turquoise waters and rock-sheltered sands backed by lush, fragrant vegetation.
Take the tender to one of the island’s most iconic locations:Hotel & Spa des Pecheurs. With a prime water’s edge setting on the diminutive island of Cavallo, this elegant hideaway is also home to a highly accoladed spa with thalassotherapy pool and inspired treatment menu. Soothe the soul with a spa session before retreating to the terrace bar for a cooling sundowner and awe-inspiring deep orange sunset views. Bonifacio is a fortress town with high walls, old, cobbled streets and a harbour with excellent choice of restaurants. Soak in the vista from the sundeck as you sail past the island’s legendary white cliffs.
The island capital, Ajaccio is renowned for its most famous scion, France’s first emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte. Learn all about this storied man with a visit to his ancestral home, which is now a museum. Back out on the water, hop in the tender to explore the surreal sight of Girolata Bay’s pink granite weather-carved rocks rising 300 metres above the Mediterranean. A UNESCO World Heritage Site. visit at sunset when the setting rays turn the rocks a vivid red that creates a dramatic contrast with the deep blue waters.