We sailed Corsica a couple of summers ago for the first time and fell in love with it. We couldn't pass up the opportunity to spend a couple more weeks there for a second look. Though Corsica has been part of France for over 200 years it feels different from the mainland in everything from customs to cuisine, language and character, and that’s part of its appeal. Glittering bays, glitzy coastal cities and fabulous beaches, makes Corsica one of the most popular travel destination for Europeans. There is no better way to explore Crosica then by sailboat, were every day you sail past the stunning coastline in the crystal clear sea.
We will sail the sapphire waters in the Reserve Naturella de Scandola, explore the remote Cap Corse, see the blazing red rock formations at Les Calanques de Plana, and visit the home town of Corsica's most famous son, Napoleon Bonaparte. But most of all, you will be relaxing in the warm Mediterranean sun enjoying your gay sailing adventure.