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From Ajaccio/Porticcio:Ajaccio & Sanguinaires Gulf Boat Tour

1. From Ajaccio/Porticcio:Ajaccio & Sanguinaires Gulf Boat Tour

Embark on a boat tour and take in sights along the north shore of Ajaccio, including the Tino Rossi house, the Greek chapel, the Marin cemetery and the Citadel. See the Parata tower and the Sanguinaires islands, a Natura 2000 site. During the tour, enjoy commentary about Ajaccio Bay and the history of the city. Stop at Mezumare, the largest island in the Sanguinaires archipelago, accessible only by boat. The island is home to a number of rare animal species. Enjoy a 1-hour stopover for a swim, or for a walk to the Alphonse Daudet lighthouse and semaphore. You'll also see the ruins of the Lazaretto, used by coral fishermen, in quarantine after returning from Africa.

From Porticcio: Speedboat Tour to Cupabia Beach with Stops

2. From Porticcio: Speedboat Tour to Cupabia Beach with Stops

Live in a daydream for the day on this tour from Porticcio aboard a semi-rigid speedboat piloted by qualified captains. Bathe in the sun, take a dip in the water, make stops for free time, and enjoy cold meats, cheese, and wine. Start your getaway with Sette Nave and Isula Piana and the cove of Cacao where you can appreciate the panorama while swimming in the crystal-clear waters of these dream places. Make up to four stops for swimming. Upon return, enjoy a tasting of charcuterie, cheese, and rosé wine prepared by your captain. Continue your adventure towards Cala di Cupabia and Cala D'Orzu, where you can have a drink at the mythical hut named Chez Francis. Set out on the water again at high speeds and zigzag through the sea for an unparalleled feeling of freedom. Before arriving back at the starting point, make your last stop for swimming at the famous Plage d'Argent.

From Porticcio/Ajaccio: Gulf of Valinco Cruise w/Snorkeling

3. From Porticcio/Ajaccio: Gulf of Valinco Cruise w/Snorkeling

Sail along the coast from Porticcio or Ajaccio to Anse de Cacao with this boat cruise. Enjoy swimming and snorkeling at beaches and coves along the way. Have an aperitif, charcuterie, and rosé wine on your trip. Hop aboard the speed boat and see the Lion of Roccapina, a natural rock formation which appears to watch over the Genoese tower next to it. Swim in the inviting water here. Once you are back onboard, have a nustrale aperitif, a tasting of charcuterie, and local rosé wine. Head to the Tradicettu beach on the Gulf of Murtoli before taking a dip in the emerald sea at Silver Beach. Disembark at Tizzano for 2 hours of free time where you can go get lunch or hit the beach. Continue to coves of Cala Longa, Tivella, and Anse de Cacao for more swimming. Marvel at the mythical Senetosa lighthouse. Return to Porticcio.

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What people are saying about Porticcio

To do absolutely, short enough but sufficient, 1 hour trip, 1 hour on site to be able to visit the island, 1 hour return trip. The swimming possible on site is not necessarily the most interesting given the beauty of the landscapes to be seen on the island In 1 hour, it is quite feasible to see the 2 buildings on the island while taking the time to do some photos with absolutely beautiful angles!

Couldn't go ashore on the island as planned because the waves were too high. As a compromise, the captain offered to circumnavigate the island, which also had to be stopped because the sea was too heavy. Thank you to the captain, he tried everything possible.

Not bad for a short excursion to discover Corsica and several attempts at a touch of humor not always efficient on the part of the guide but he will at least have had the merit of trying to relax the passengers;)

We did Parata Point in the morning by road and in the afternoon by sea. Both are to be done

comfortable boat and perfect stopover, time for a ride and a swim. memorable landscapes!