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Bonifacio

Bonifacio

Often called the Corsican Gibraltar, though any description you make of this famous town perched atop white limestone cliffs will never capture the charm it diffuses when you find yourself immersed in its narrow streets. Difficult to grasp it in its entirety, there is...

Wild Blue

Wild Blue

gliastra, on the eastern side of Sardinia, is synonymous with paradise. A sea of ​​unique landscapes between aqua blue waters and spectacular cliffs, irresistible to both hikers and climbers. Mother nature’s variety takes us from the sea to the hills and right on up...

A Ferry Tale – The history of the ship Ichnusa

A Ferry Tale – The history of the ship Ichnusa

Who among us, when thinking of the sea, Sardinia, holidays and dolphins, does not immediately think of Tirrenia, the good old Italian state-owned company that for most of our lives was just about the only one ferrying passengers to those heavenly beaches? You might...

Three days in Corsica? Here is our itinerary.

Three days in Corsica? Here is our itinerary.

Who says that beach holidays must necessarily be characterized by unbridled nightlife, crowded beaches and queues in the streets? In Corsica, there are many secluded spots where time moves slowly off the beaten track, far from the most popular tourist circuits. Do you...

Interesting facts about Sardinia and Corsica

Interesting facts about Sardinia and Corsica

Sardinia and Corsica are among the largestislands in theMediterranean, two real pearls and destinations sought after by thousands of tourists every year for their renowned crystalline waters, untamed beaches, and all the unforgettable experiences they offer, from...

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Three days in Corsica? Here is our itinerary.

A Ferry Tale – The history of the ship Ichnusa

All the information you need to travel between Sardinia and Corsica