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Wonderfull variety of Brittany, the Atlantic coast, La Rochelle to the Spanish border, Cote d'Azur and Corsica

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Sailing in France, BRITTANY:

Many English sailors cross the channel every year to sail in Brittany, both in the North and the South. But also for chartering a sailing yacht it is a fantastic sailing area and is very close, with low travel costs and a short travel time. We offer you an excellent selection of sailing yachts and you can count on a warm welcome from our partners in France.

Haven in Bretagne

 

 

Sailing in France, ATLANTIC:

Easily accessible by road or air from most parts of Europe, the Atlantic coast of France offers interesting and varied sailing opportunities. It is and remains open Atlantic Ocean and the Bay of Biscay is known for its windy conditions. The islands Île de Ré

and Île d'Oléron just outside La Rochelle are a very attractive destination without suffering from the intense warmth of the Mediterranean.

 

Sailing in France, COTE D'AZUR:

Sailing in the wake of Brigitte Bardot. Visit the famous Monte Carlo in Monaco and do not miss the Cannes Film Festival. There are plenty of fantastic ports, but also picturesque fishermen's quays along the Cote d 'Azur. Port prices do not differ from those in Italy or Croatia. Charter prices are competitive with the rest of Europe. If you want to use a skipper with local knowledge you can count on a price between 150 and 200 euros per day.

 

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Sailing in France, CORSICA:

This is one of the best sailing areas in the Central Mediterranean. It has a rich history and a special relationship with France. It is easy to reach by ferry from Nice or Toulon, but you can also reach it via Sardinia.

Bonifacio vanuit zee

 

Brittany is very easy to reach, especially with your own transport! The Cote d'Azur is best reached via Marseille or Nice. In the summer there are a few charter flights to Corsica, or you can use the ferry.

 

Corsica is also very good to visit from Sardinia. You start in Portisco where there is a large choice of sailing yachts and sail via the Maddalena archipelago to South Corsica. Bonifacio is only a trip of 30 nautical miles. The advantage is that you can combine two different lands, Italy and France in one holiday.

 

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