The Bonifacio Strait separates Corsica from Sardinia. In this constantly windswept passage, with strong currents that are well-known to sailors, the sight of the chalk cliffs of Bonifacio, diving into the deep blue sea offers an exceptional spectacle. To the east lies the Lavezzi archipelago, with its air of a tropical paradise, its vast pink granite rocks emerging from a transparent turquoise sea. The area around the Bonifacio Strait has been listed as a nature reserve since 1999 due to the ecological riches of both land and sea. Cap Pertusato, at the most southerly point of Corsica, reveals a succession of natural caves forged by the sea, offering unlimited scope for adventure.