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Situated in the micro-region of Mazenna, Ajaccio is a city in the south of Corsica. It is the most populated city on the so-called ‘Isle of Beauty’ and is also its principal economic centre. Historically, during the Genoese occupation, Ajaccio was the capital of the south of the island. It was only in the 18th century that the city was designated capital of the whole island by Napoleon Bonaparte. The ‘imperial city’ was also a very popular winter resort with the English bourgeoisie. Today, tourism represents a large part of the local economy. With its idyllic beaches, its cultural heritage and its unique inland scenery, the city of Ajaccio is a very popular tourist destination. For a boat trip in its Gulf, choose rent a boat in Ajaccio.
If you are looking to rent a yacht, open hull boat, day cruiser, or even want to rent a semi-rigid boat in Ajaccio, you are on the right site. Book your motor boat rental in Ajaccio, choosing from all our different types of boat according to your plans and sailing style. If you do not hold a boat licence, we also offer rental boats with skippers as well as rental of boats without a licence in Ajaccio. Find all our offers in the port of Ajaccio from our Ajaccio-based professional boat rental partners (Union Nautique Insulaire, Ajaccio Marine Center, Chris Nautic, etc).
The port of Ajaccio is one of the biggest ports in Corsica. Ferry companies run daily services linking Ajaccio to France and Sardinia. These links ensure the island a significant flow of passengers. Many ferries can also be found making stopovers in Ajaccio, with some ferries also leaving from Ajaccio. Commercial cruise ships also make stopovers at the exclusively commercial port basin of Bassin des Capucins. There is also the Port Tino Rossi, with its 320 moorings devoted to pleasure craft, but also used by sea fishing boats. With 835 spaces, the Port Charles Ornano is exclusively dedicated to pleasure boating. Book your boat at the best price from a boat rental professional in Ajaccio.
There is plenty of scenery to explore during a trip out to sea at Ajaccio. As you leave the harbour, you will find yourself in the Gulf of Ajaccio. This Gulf is enclosed to the north by the Pointe de la Parata peninsula, where you can find the magnificent Tower of Parata. This Genoese tower, built in 1551 is one of the best preserved on the island. At the end of this peninsula lies the Îles Sanguinaires island group. Made up of 4 islands, this archipelago is known for the dark pink colour of the rocks that adorn its islands. When renting a boat at Ajaccio for the day, do not miss the chance to sail towards the Gulf of Girolata and the Gulf of Porto, where, for instance, you can discover the red rock cliffs of Calanques de Piana and the famous Scandola nature reserve. To make the most of all this exceptional scenery, book your boat rental in Ajaccio now.
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Merci à Christian qui a bien su nous expliquer le parcours à prendre et visiter les bonnes criques
michel roger BARBAY, on the 5/1/2019
Accueil pro et sympathique. Super journée de promenade et de navigation. Clôture de la location vite fait, bien fait avec toujours un accueil parfait. A utiliser sans hésitation ni modération ...
Pascal, on the 10/22/2018
Cette location s'est réellement très bien déroulée. Très bons contacts, des renseignements précieux, un bateau performant, l'idéal pour profiter pleinement d'un week-end de fin de saison. Merci à Jean-François et à son équipe.
philippe THEVENET, on the 10/15/2018
To infinity and beyond