Hotel Restaurant Bartaccia
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... the Captain set off after lunch about 1.30 and we travelled 2 hours south down the coast heading towards Sardinia and pulled up in a picturesque little bay called Belvedere Campomor, to stay the night on anchor. It was a very smooth run, the boat handled it well.
The temperature is during the day would have been about 33deg, so it was bathers on and in for a swim. Water temp about 25deg.
Left the Port of Propriano at 11am and sailed North up the coast of Corsico (still French )
and anchored on the way up to stop for a swim and lunch.
Beautiful water for swimming and very relaxing. No skiing though not today!!!
Sailed for about an hour and Arrived in the city of Ajaccio at 6pm.
Tonight was the night we would take the crew out to dinner. They have looked after us ...
... on !!
The city was founded in 1539 and did suffer greatly from malaria. in WWII this disease was eradicated, and the population began to flourish in 1950.
This city hosted the first stage of Tour de France in 2013
That evening was such a 'balmy' night that Heidi set the table upstairs on top deck for dinner and we took some beautiful sunset photos. and dinner was as good as ...
... very good for the adrenaline.
That day we walked up to the top of the citadel and explored the amazing historical fortresses at the top of the cliffs where you could see where they bunkered down during the pre-historic war days to fire the cannons to the enemy's.
There was also a very ...
... lagoon with high cliff face either side, and real deep water. It's a "boaties" paradise.!!! The captain phones the harbour master and he escorts us into the correct bay right on the boardwalk.
What a beautiful coastline leading up to Bonifacio, reminds me a lot of Great Ocean Road!!
We had to be in and tied up by 5pm. The. Boats were in great numbers ...