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This group of islands off Sardinia’s chic Costa Smeralda was named a national park in 1996. Only a handful of the archipelago's 60 islands are inhabited. The largest island, Maddalena, is a protected area where wild juniper, myrtle and heather...
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37 Quai Jérôme Comparetti, 20169 Bonifacio, France
Bonifacio, a city on Corsica's southern coast, appears to hang dramatically over soaring limestone sea cliffs along the Strait of Bonifacio. Its massive citadel and ramparts can be seen for miles; the historic Église St.-Dominique towers over the...
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The flat Lavezzi Islands lie smack in the middle of the Strait of Bonifacio. The archipelago belongs to France, but only one island is inhabited. The rest are part of a sparsely beautiful nature preserve whose smooth, windswept granite rocks can...
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Cavallo, Bonifacio, France
Privately owned Cavallo, just a mile off Corsica, is the only inhabited part of the Lavezzi Islands. It's no more than half a square mile in size (120 hectares), but it was valued even back in the days of ancient Rome, when the Romans established...
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One of the most dramatic landscapes on the Strait of Bonifacio, Cape Pertusato (the name means "hole" in the local dialect of Ligurian spoken in Bonifacio) is dominated by a lighthouse built in 1838 under Napoleon's orders. The 61-meter-high...