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Port Calvi, Corsica, France
known as Port Xavier Colonna
Port Calvi is also known as Port Xavier Colonna and it is situated in Calvi, on the north-western coast of Corsica, which is the fifth largest commune on the island of Corsica. Guests of the marina will benefit from modern facilities within the area and will get the chance to discover a wonderful land filled with mysteries of time. Calvi is believed to be the starting point of Christopher Columbus’ journeys. It has a fascinating history and natural attractions that are simply overwhelming. Viewed from off-shore, this commune looks like an isolated, medieval hilltop village that hides historic treasures, but in reality, it is a welcoming resort that receives a large number of tourists each year. The Santa Maria Church is one of the main monuments in town and it delights visitors with its pink colour and its Catholic old style. Water sports lovers should definitely explore the underwater world of Calvi, where breath-taking corals can be seen while diving or kayaking.
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in this region
The island of Corsica, which is also known as Corse in Corsican, is located in the Mediterranean Sea, on the western side of Italy. Corsica’s territory belongs to France but its culture, lifestyle, history, traditions and arts beautifully combine a variety of origins. Today, it is comprised of two departments: Haute-Corse and Corse-du-Sud, in Upper and Southern Corsica. This island shows off its beauty that can be observed from each angle. We recommend you a Corsica yacht itinerary.
Tourism is an extremely well developed field in this region, having lush holiday resorts, luxurious hotels and vacation rentals, amazing beaches, a luxuriant vegetation, incredible cliffs that were carefully designed by Mother Nature and amazing mountains. The villages and towns in Corsica are picturesque and hide ancient treasures of the world, but the cities are no less spectacular.
Corsica has a continuous and tumultuous history that is simply ... more info