Corsica & Sardina Sample Itinerary
Surrounded by natural beauty, posh establishments, and must-see attractions, Corsica and Sardinia offer so much to do and explore!
Day Six - Porto Cervo to Cala Di Volpe
Cruise the tranquil shores to Cala Di Volpe. The town’s hotel is one of the most luxurious on Costa Smeralda, where you can enjoy the famous poolside barbecues, followed by an afternoon exploring the resort. Cala Beach Club is only a short ride away and ideal for relaxing on the beach. Head to the hillside village of San Pantaleo where you can explore its charming local markets and wineries.
Day Five - Maddalena Islands to Porto Cervo
Make your way to the capital of the Smeralda Coast, Porto Cervo. Living up to it's glamorous reputation, you will instantly feel the luxury of this port from the moment you lay eyes on it. Step ashore to enjoy the designer boutiques, the piazza, spas, or a round of golf at the top-class Pevero Golf Club. As the sun goes down, you’ll find a fantastic selection of upscale bars, restaurants, and nightclubs to party the night away in style.
Day Seven - Porto Rotondo
Spend your last day in Porto Rotondo, an elegant Mediterranean fishing village turned summer hotspot. Explore the historic sites, such as the Church of San Lorenzo. Lounge on the crescent-shaped beach, which is warm soft sand. Explore the many boutiques, restaurants, and cafes. Savour the Italian culture, and the wonderful memories of your week in Corsica and Sardinia.
Day One - Calvi
Begin you charter in the tranquil Corsican town of Calvi which is famous for its five-mile shore of golden sands. Calvi’s lost citadel sits above the marina to a backdrop of snow-topped mountains in the distance. Cruise through the beautiful Golfe of Girolata, enjoying the spectacular views of the Scandola Nature reserve before spending a tranquil evening in the village of Girolata.
Day Two - Ajaccio
Head off to the Gulf of Sagone where you can anchor and enjoy an alfresco lunch surrounded by the blue expanse of the sea.
Explore one of the many fantastic dive sites in the area. Spend the afternoon in Corsica’s capital, Ajaccio. This charming city is the perfect place to enjoy Mediterranean culture, with narrow cobblestone streets, markets, boutiques and historical sites, including the house where Napoléon was born.
Day Three - Bonifacio
Cruise to the ancient town of Bonifacio and spend the morning dolphin-spotting and enjoying water sports. Cruising down to the southern tip of Corsica to the port of Bonifacio, with it's awe-inspiring citadel that rests on the top of the impressive limestone cliffs. This medieval town is one of France’s best-kept secrets. It's just 11 km from the coast of Sardinia and has a distinctly Italian feel. Exploring its myriad of monasteries, chapels, prehistoric sites, and Roman cistern. Enjoy a local restaurant to sample the taste of the region.
Day Four - La Maddalena Archipelago
Bask in the beautiful coast of Sardinia, starting with its unspoiled Maddalena Islands. This archipelago is made up of seven large islands and fifty-five islets, which remain mostly uninhabited and untouched by tourism development. Spend the afternoon cruising the crystal clear waters and discovering secluded coves to swim, snorkel and enjoy. Savour the incredible setting as the sun sets behind Sardinia, and you dine under the stars.