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The rental of a boat in Ajaccio will leave you intoxicated by the sound of the wind and the sea. Corsica offers a fantastic summer season and although the weather is more somber in September, the colors are the most exceptional. Enjoy an afternoon of relaxation or extend your stay and pass the time each day with swimming or snorkeling (masks and snorkels are often provided on board your boat rental).
If you rent a sailboat, yacht or catamaran, you'll appreciate having a kayak or paddle board available on board for you, which will allow you to directly enjoy the waves. By boat, travel along the coast and admire the citadel of Ajaccio, the route of the Sanguinaires by the sea, the island of Piana and l’Anse de Cacao. On the southern shore of the Gulf of Valinco, explore cove after cove and discover the beaches of Cala di Conca, Cala di Longa and Sénétosa. The beaches of Cupabia and Cala d’ Orzu shimmer with white sand, crystal clear water and rocks made round by the waves of the sea: a true paradise. Visit the fishing port of Tizzano, a truly authentic Mediterranean harbor.
Journey to the Sanguinaires Islands. Then, discover the coves of Piana, located south of the Gulf of Porto and sail along the magnificent coastline lined with beautiful, red granite cliffs. For lunch, stop at Girolata, a Corsican village accessible only by water, at the entrance to the Scandola Nature Reserve. The Scandola Nature Reserve is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and will allow you to observe numerous caves, large crevices and sharp peaks with a plethora of resident plant and animal life.