D10 : Porto-Vecchio – Bonifacio


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Attendance at the southern beaches of Porto Vecchio is at the height of their success. We start with the famous beach of Palombaggia, and its private area Tamaricciu, located behind a large pine forest to better reveal its clear water and its white or ocher rocks.

Plage de PalombaggiaPlage de PalombaggiaPlage de Palombaggia

We continue with the beaches of Santa Giulia and Rondinara, which are unfortunately victims of intrusive and noisy tourism in full summer season. The world rushes into the coves and beaches spread over the spoil the natural beauty and the wild side. We can only imagine the scene outside the months of July and August, returning to the harmonious sound of lapping waves and its original charm. Really, this part of the east coast contrasts with the wild landscapes and soothing in northern Corsica.

Plage de RondinaraPlage de RondinaraPlage de RondinaraPlage de Rondinara

By late afternoon, we plant the tent in the Camping Araguina (contact info), at the entrance to the town of Bonifacio, all hotels being full. Then we spend the evening to discover Bonifacio by night strolling among the impressive yachts moored in port. We identify the kiosks at the docks, and reserve our boat ticket to visit the Lavezzi Islands the next day. The tour ends at the bar “Coté Fruits” where we get delicious fresh fruit cocktails.

Port de Bonifacio de nuitYacht au port de BonifacioCitadelle de Bonifacio de nuitCocktail de fruits frais sur le port de Bonifacio


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One Response to D10 : Porto-Vecchio – Bonifacio

  1. TRINH says:

    bonjour, votre parcours est impressionnant, j’aimerais vous demander s’il est possible de partir un peu à l’aventure au niveau des campings, je pars bientot avec mon petit garçon de 6ans et nous aimerions faire un peu le tour de l’ile, j’ai carrément pris un mois autant en profiter, mais je ne sais pas du tout à quoi m’attendre arrivée là bas, camper dans la voiture ne me fait pas peur mais voilà la peur de l’inconnu…il ya tellement de choses à voir ! et c’est vrai que le confort d’un camping est indéniable, mais réserver tant de mois à l’avance sans savoir ou on va…merci de vos infos !!

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