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Sun Odyssey 469

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-06-01

End Date: 2019-06-08

Departure: Port Pin Rolland

Destination: Ajaccio

Was: €3570

Now: €2856

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Dufour 410 GL

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-06-01

End Date: 2019-06-08

Departure: Port Pin Rolland

Destination: Ajaccio

Was: €2180

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Dufour 335 GL

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-06-08

End Date: 2019-06-15

Departure: Propriano

Destination: Ajaccio

Was: €1645

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Sun Odyssey 349

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-06-22

End Date: 2019-06-29

Departure: Ajaccio

Destination: Port Pin Rolland

Was: €2110

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Dufour 335 GL

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-06-22

End Date: 2019-06-29

Departure: Ajaccio

Destination: Propriano

Was: €2010

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Dufour 382 Adventure

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-06-22

End Date: 2019-06-29

Departure: Ajaccio

Destination: Propriano

Was: €2495

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Sun Odyssey 469

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-06-29

End Date: 2019-07-06

Departure: Ajaccio

Destination: Port Pin Rolland

Was: €4545

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Dufour 380 GL

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-06-29

End Date: 2019-07-06

Departure: Ajaccio

Destination: Port Pin Rolland

Was: €3245

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Dufour 410 GL

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-06-29

End Date: 2019-07-06

Departure: Ajaccio

Destination: Port Pin Rolland

Was: €2965

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Dufour 520 GL

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-06-29

End Date: 2019-07-06

Departure: Ajaccio

Destination: Port Pin Rolland

Was: €5615

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Sun Odyssey 469

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Dufour 382 Adventure

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Lagoon 380

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Lipari 41 ETS

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Cumberland 44

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Highland 35 Pilot

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Corsica is a picturesque island in the Mediterranean Sea. It is a French region and lies southeast of the French mainland. Being so close to Italy and Sardinia, the island also enjoys an Italian cultural influence. French is the official language, but Italian is also widely spoken.

The island enjoys a high degree of autonomy – more than other French regions. Corsica’s government split the island into two “departments” in 1975; “Haute-Corse” and “Corse-du-Sud”, which mean Upper and Southern Corsica. Ajaccio is the capital, which is in the south. The two departments merged again into a single territory this year, 2018.

History

Historians debate the origin of the island´s name. Therefore it remains a mystery. They do agree that the Ancient Greeks knew the island as Cyrnos or Cirné which means “of the Sirens”. Homer mentions these Sirens in his famous tome “The Odyssey”.

Various ancient peoples took over the island during the course of history. Carthaginians, the ancient Greeks, the Etruscans, and finally the Romans, built colonies here. Corsica produced wine, honey, resin, wax and sheep. The Romans also exported slaves; however, they were fierce and rebellious. Christianity arrived quite early to Corsica. Several saints and martyrs made their home here. Consequently, Saint Devota and Saint Julia are both patron saints of Corsica.

Napolean

The Republic of Genoa ruled the island during the middle ages. Corsica was an independent Republic from 1755 until 1768. In that year, the island was ceded by the Republic of Genoa to Louis XV of France, to pay off a debt.
Napoleon was born in the Corsican capital of Ajaccio, in 1769. His ancestral home, Maison Bonaparte, is now a tourist attraction and museum.

Nature reserves and climate

Lush, green nature reserves are abundant on Corsica. Additionally, a single chain of mountains covers more than half of the land area. Notably, one of Europe’s most popular hiking trails, the GR20, is in the “Parc Naturel”.

The coastal regions enjoy a hot, sunny Mediterranean climate. Inland, the temperatures are slightly lower in summer than along the coast. High in the mountains, there are small areas with a sub-arctic climate with snow in winter.

Corsica lies 90 kilometres from Tuscany and 170 kilometres from the French Riviera. The Strait of Bonifacio (11 kilometres wide), separates the island from Sardinia.

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