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The visit of the Lavezzi Island lasts 8 hours.You have to arrive at Bonifacio at 7h30 to register. Then, you take the boat at 8 on the morning, there you have a little snack and some coffee. Then the tour lasts 3 hours before arriving...More
We charted a motor boat for the day, and this location was recommended. We found it an extraordinary congregation of boaties, not the idyllic shelter we imagined. All part of the rich encounters travelling provides.
Brilliant trip to a great group of little islands.
The combination of the short boat tour and hours on the Island make up for a great (half)day trip. During the boat tour you get a nice view on the cliffs of Bonifacio.
On the island...More
We went in mid July, so peak season in my estimation, with SPMB tours. We got our tickets for the 10 am boat, which ended up leaving at 10:30 instead - so 45 minutes sat on the boat with three kids. The ride over was...More
Exquisite nature reserve, beach, clear turquoise-clear water. We took the first boat in the morning from Bonifacio and left at noon. By then, the hordes of tourists had arrived and we were happy to leave. But truly exquisite islands.
We took an all day cruise wo the lavezzi islands with this company. What a treat! In windy weather we were in awe of the captain’s nautical skills manoeuvring his boat in 4-5 metre swells and then into a calm bay on the islands. Fabulous....More
We went on a day trip from Porto Vecchio, which included seeing Bonifacio from the sea and the marina - which was great. We then spent a couple of hours at Lavezzi, which was disappointing. There's nothing there - the islands are just rocky, low-lying,...More