Archipelago sights in Bonifacio
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Paradise! Part of a protected area (known as La Réserve Naturelle des Bouches de Bonifacio), the Îles Lavezzi is a clutch of uninhabited islets that are made for those who love nothing better than splashing in tranquil lapis lazuli waters.
The 65-hectare Île Lavezzi, which gives its name to the whole archipelago, is the most accessible of the islands and the southernmost point of Corsica. The island's savage beauty aside, its superb natural pools and scenic stretches of sand invite long sunbathing and swimming sessions. The island also has a cemetery for the victims who perished on board the Sémillante, a three-mast frigate that ran aground on Île Lavezzi in February…