The french cost offers a great variety of shades and possibilities that will make sailing a unique experience for your senses.
On the french Blue Coast you will enjoy magnificent restaurants, good red wine, Picasso's art in Antibes, Cocteau's frescos in the chapel in the port of Villefranche, fashion maritime walks in Monte Carlo, Nice and Cannes, or the busy ports of Toulon and Marseille.
The Côte d'Azur has marinas with high level equipment, but this has a price! Although there are ports that allow journeys to suit everybody: visiting the spectacular landscape of the stony fiords in the Calanques de Cassis; the flowers in Porquerolles at spring or moor in the St. Tropez port.
From here the crossing until Corsica is about 20 to 24 hours sailing. If you prefer a more sporty ambience, Corsica has more than 1 000 km of coast, it's a wild and abrupt island which is why it can also be called 'Île de Beaute' (island of beauty). The southwest coast offers bays with sandy beaches, picturesque villages and ports, impressive fortresses and also modern marinas. The climate is mild in the Mediterranean during the long season which starts at the beginning of springs and goes on until the end of autumn; which permits a long season of sailing.
The airport with best connections with the south of France is Nice, but you can also fly to Toulon or Montpellier.
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