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The city not only encloses the entire harbour but takes up the better part of the Gulf of Ajaccio, which is the largest gulf in the world.
Over 65000 population over the entire area. This city is the birthplace of Napoleon in 1769 who became the French Emperor in 1804 and spread Revolution through Europe and in 1811 made Ajaccio the capital in Corsica.
While we were ...
Sunday 2nd August
We left Port Vecchio and sailed for about 2 hours into another bay not far from the next town put down the anchor and had more swimming.
What a delightful day, water temp about 25deg, we donned our bathers and dived in, the water was so refreshing....we haven't swam so much in a short amount of days,!!!!!!
Had lunch, sun baked and left about 4pm to sail into Propriano arriving at 5.30pm.
... it was called "golden waves" and was painted gold and black....it was huge and, as we sauntered past, there was what looked like a family on board preparing for a day trip. The city itself is very close to where we port and it does not take long to walk from the ship and then be amongst the main shops and market type stalls. Both David and I said that the scenery and the vibe reminded us of a Caribbean town.
The buildings ...
... We were encouraged to find a local product by the name of Acqua del Elba - a perfume/cologne/soap product that is well known and originates here. This we did of course, and purchased some as well! Secondly, we wanted to see the museum of Napoleon and then his house. The house was large and quite impressive. This house is positioned in the highest part of the township from where he could dominate the town, the port ...
... else. In all my life I have never seen anything like it. And the quality ? Well I had my buffet taste tester along and he said this was THE ultimate. High praise from buffet King :) (See photos) After lunch we filled in the gap with reading at Seaborn square and later retired to the Observation deck as the ship hugged the coast of Corsica. Here they served afternoon ...