Renowned for its distinctly unspoilt landscapes, glitzy coastal cities and fabulous beaches, the island of Corsica sits like a glittering gem between France and Italy. Although officially a part of France for over 200 years, the island benefits from influences from both countries, embodying a Mediterranean fusion of chic café society, traditional, rustic cuisine and spectacular scenery.
Luxury yacht charters in Corsica
Unquestionably one of the most iconic superyacht charter destinations, this picturesque island captures everything which makes the Mediterranean such an incredible place to escape to in summer. Indeed, from historic fishing villages to blemishless beaches, the offer wholly immersive postcard-perfect surroundings. In terms of experiences to be enjoyed, visitors to Corsica can take on diving adventures in the surrounding azure waters and attend wine tasting sessions at local vineyards when they’ve stepped ashore. Some of the more popular spots to visit around the island include Bonifacio towards the south as well as the nearby sandy commune of Campomoro.
Corsica yacht charter guide
Corsica’s west coastline is home to rugged that drop dramatically into the sea, providing a picturesque backdrop to any luxury yacht charter. What’s more, you are never far from a sandy cove in Corsica and the southwest corner of the island is home to some of the most beautiful including the Portigliolo – a huge arc of pure white sand. Other beaches such as Campomoro, Palombaggia, Santa Giulia and Rondinara offer quiet retreats backed by charming fishing villages. If you’re seeking some adrenaline-filled adventure, take a trek to the Col de Bavella, shadowed by the striking and magnificent Aiguilles de Bavella. For sunbathers, the northern shore is home to an expanse of magnificent beaches, some of which are so deserted they are only accessible by yacht or mule.
Yacht charter itineraries in Corsica
Due to the island’s idyllic Mediterranean location, Corsica luxury yacht charters can incorporate stop offs in France, Italy and Sardinia. A typical itinerary might start in Calvi in the north, heading to regions such as Sanguinaires Islands, the Maddalena Islands and Porto Cervo before disembarking in Porto Rotondo. Your Charter Broker can help you plan the perfect itinerary, combining your party's needs with recommendations of the best time to visit each area.
Planning a yacht charter in Corsica
As one of the most popular parts of the Mediterranean, the south of France and Corsica attract a considerable amount of superyachts each summer. In order to find out which one best meets the needs of you and your charter party, take a browse of those featured below and get in touch with your preferred charter broker. They will be able to provide expert advice regarding the most suitable choices as well as the best times and places to visit.