Southern Corsica is a Monaco-like celebrity hub with incredible wild nature. Blue Zone region where people live longer than average. Ancient history dating back thousands of years.

Bonifacio is a picturesque port city in the southernmost tip of Corsica, France. The city is renowned for its stunning cliffs, turquoise waters, and charming old town. As you approach the harbor, the sight of the 9th-century citadel towering above the sea is nothing short of awe-inspiring. Once you step off the ship, you'll find yourself immersed in the rich history and natural beauty of the area.

A visit to the old town is a must, where you can stroll through its narrow streets lined with colorful buildings and shops selling local crafts and souvenirs. You can also climb up to the top of the citadel for panoramic views of the city and the sea.

One of the most famous attractions of Bonifacio is the Grotte di Bonifacio, a series of natural caves and grottoes carved out by the sea. Take a boat tour to explore these marvels of nature and admire their stunning formations and colors.

For those interested in history, Bonifacio offers a wealth of ancient ruins and landmarks, including the Église Saint-Dominique and the Torre del Bastion, a 14th-century tower that once protected the city from invaders.

If you're looking to relax, head to one of the many beaches near Bonifacio, such as Plage de la Tonnara or Rondinara Beach, where you can bask in the sun, swim in the crystal-clear waters, or try your hand at various water sports.

Finally, don't miss out on the local cuisine, which boasts delicious seafood dishes, charcuterie, and Corsican wines. Whether you're looking for history, natural beauty, or relaxation, Bonifacio has something to offer everyone.

According to legend, the port town of Bonifacio was founded by the hero Bonifacio, a giant who is said to have carried the rocks used to build the town on his shoulders from the nearby hills. The town is also associated with a more tragic myth, which tells of the beautiful maiden, Cimilia, who lived in Bonifacio during the Middle Ages. One day, she fell in love with a knight who was visiting the town, but he was already betrothed to another. Cimilia was heartbroken and threw herself into the sea, never to be seen again. To this day, it is said that on certain moonlit nights, her ghost can be seen rising from the waves, still pining for her lost love.

Running on Waves

A three-mast sailing vessel, rigging type – barquentine. With the length of 64 metres, she is one of the biggest sailing yachts in the world. Unique superyacht designed to provide amazing experience for its guests.


The two-masted schooner Amazone is an ice class sailing boat launched by Olivier van Meer Design in the Netherlands. She operates in high latitudes of the Arctic and Antarctica. She is capable of high speed but is equally comfortable while cruising.


The two-masted schooner Eldorado is a modern sailing vessel built at the A. Metz Texdok shipyard in the Netherlands in 2007. The schooner was commissioned in 2010.

She is fitted with all necessary navigation and rescue equipment for operation in the high Arctic and Antarctica, as well as for autonomous navigation up to 35 days.

The ship is equipped with 6 double cabins, each cabin has its own bathroom, WC, heating and air conditioning system.

Amadeus Provence

  • Sailing countries: France France ...and other
  • Max guests: 140
  • Number of cabins: 70
  • Length over all: 110m

L'Amadeus Provence est l'un des fleurons de la gamme Amadeus. Son style résolument moderne et luxueux en fait un bateau à la qualité de service exceptionnelle et appréciée.