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Twee droomeilanden Corsica & Sardinië
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Twee droomeilanden Corsica & Sardinië

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Created: Tuesday, November 21, 2023 - Departure: Saturday, June 8, 2024
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Created: Tuesday, November 21, 2023 - Departure: Saturday, June 8, 2024
Destinations: Dijon, Toulon, Bastia, Corsica, Calvi, Corsica, Porto-Vecchio, Corsica, Bonifacio, Corsica, Santa Teresa di Gallura, North Sardinia, Alghero, Sardinia, Chia, South Sardinia, Orosei, Sardinia, Golfo Aranci, Livorno, Cinque Terre, Strasbourg

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08 Jun
Car journey 696 Kilometers - 7h 22m
Utrecht
Dijon
08 Jun
1. Dijon
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About the destination: Dijon is the capital of the eastern French region of Burgundy. Dijon is perhaps best known for its mustard, which is still produced locally, but it is also one of the most beautiful cities in France, and its historic buildings and byways were not heavily damaged by bombing in World War II and are largely intact.Dijon was for some time the capital of the Dukes of Burgundy. The dukes were great patrons of the arts, so Dijon was a major center of Gothic and early Renaissance music, painting, and sculpture, attracting some of the greatest and most famous artists and musicians from Flanders in particular. The music the great composers left behind can be performed anywhere, but it is particularly in the fields of sculpture and architecture that masters left a lasting mark on Dijon.Today, Dijon is a cosmopolitan city, with universities in the center and industrial plants on the outskirts. Traffic is restricted in the center of the city, so many parts of central Dijon are quiet and relaxing. While perhaps not an ideal city for a whole holiday, it’s definitely worth a day trip.
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09 Jun
Car journey 563 Kilometers - 5h 30m
Dijon
Toulon
09 Jun
2. Toulon
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About the destination: Toulon is a medium size city between Marseille and Nice. It is in the west of French Riviera and in the southeast of Provence. The history of Toulon is about three thousand years old.The vieille ville was built in the Middle ages. The historical center is located just north of the harbour. You'll see very small intricate streets. The harbour and its promenade are full of souvenir shops, coffee shops and fish restaurants. The most important places to visit in Toulon are: Tour de l'horloge, a monumental clock at the entry of the naval base. Saint François de Paule church. Built in the 18th Century, it is of typical baroque style. Place Puget, in the historical center, is the ancient center of the town. You'll find a fountain built in 1780. You'll enjoy staying in the shade of this place, at a coffee shop, during a hot afternoon. The Saint Marie de la Seds Cathedral is near Place Puget. Built in the 11th century, it has never been finished, but widened in 1738. There are numerous paintings of the18th Century.Beautiful beaches may be found in the small towns around Toulon.
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10 Jun
Transport from Toulon to Bastia, Corsica
Corsica Ferries
Corsica Ferries - Corsica Ferries
19:00 - Toulon, Toulon (Harbour)
07:00 - Bastia (Harbour)
+1 day 12h 0m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:Without accommodation
Cabin Class: Economy
11 Jun
3. Bastia, Corsica
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About the destination: Bastia is the lively and cultural city in Corsica as well as its business and financial centre. It was the capital of the Genoese administration of Corsica until the mid-18th century. It has preserved the architecture and atmosphere of that time, and has a rugged, unrefined charm. But Bastia is undoubtedly Mediterranean. The old quarter, known as the Terra Vecchia, is full of wonderful streets, cute shops and flamboyant Baroque churches. There are many things to explore like the 15th century Oratoire St.Roch with a rich Baroque interior and a fantastic organ or Corsica's largest church, the 17th century Saint-Jean Baptiste cathedral. In the nearby Place du Marche, there is a flea market every weekend. The area surrounding the Citadelle, Terra Nova neighbourhood, is one of the most colourful parts of town. Just take time to wonder around its restored houses and mansions. Stroll around the Palace of the Governors once grand gardens, Jardin Romieu, from where you can enjoy a view of the Vieux Port, the Old Port. The Vieux Port is a wonderful part of the city, with tall, faded buildings surrounding a marina with posh yachts. Corsica’s most successful commercial town is a lively and charming place with a wonderful port, interesting architecture, good restaurants and many cultural events. Bastia is much more than sun and sand.
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11 Jun
Car journey 112 Kilometers - 1h 53m
Bastia, Corsica
Calvi, Corsica
11 Jun
4. Calvi, Corsica
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About the destination: Calvi is a commune in the Haute-Corse department of France on the island of Corsica. It is the seat of the Canton of Calvi, which contains Calvi and one other commune, Lumio. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS The CitadeL. The 15 Août, and you will be treated with the best fireworks show you have ever seen. Go to the main beach and you will see the show proper; each year has its own theme. L'Eglise Santa Maria it's the 'Big Pink Church'. It is a lovely old-style Catholic church evocative of the Orthodox style.
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15 Jun
Car journey 203 Kilometers - 3h 16m
Calvi, Corsica
Porto-Vecchio, Corsica
15 Jun
5. Porto-Vecchio, Corsica
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About the destination: Porto-Vecchio is a commune in the Corse-du-Sud department of France on the island of Corsica. It is the seat of the canton of Porto-Vecchio, which it shares with Sari-Solenzara, Conca and Lecci. Porto-Vecchio is a medium-sized port city placed on a good harbor, the southernmost of the marshy and alluvial east side of Corsica.
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17 Jun
Car journey 28 Kilometers - 35m
Porto-Vecchio, Corsica
Bonifacio, Corsica
17 Jun
6. Bonifacio, Corsica
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About the destination: Bonifacio, a Corsican city, is now, administratively, a commune in the department of Corsica del Sur, in the territorial community of Corsica. It is one of the oldest cities in Corsica and one of the most picturesque villages on the island, and the Mediterranean coast in general.
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17 Jun
Transport from Bonifacio, Corsica to Santa Teresa di Gallura, North Sardinia
Ichnusa Lines
Ichnusa Lines - Ichnusa Lines
19:00 - Bonifacio (Harbour)
20:00 - Santa Teresa di Gallura (Harbour)
1h 0m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:Without accommodation
Cabin Class: Economy
17 Jun
7. Santa Teresa di Gallura, North Sardinia
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About the destination: Santa Teresa Gallura is a town on the northern tip of Sardinia, on the Strait of Bonifacio. It belongs to the province of Olbia-Tempio. The southern coast of Corsica can be seen from the beach. The city is one of several possible locations for the ancient city of Tibula. The main town square has various tourist shops and restaurants. Immediately to the north of the town is Rena Bianca, Santa Teresa's beach.
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17 Jun
Car journey 153 Kilometers - 2h 31m
Santa Teresa di Gallura, North Sardinia
Alghero, Sardinia
17 Jun
8. Alghero, Sardinia
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About the destination: Alghero is one of Sardinia’s most beautiful cities. Due to its gorgeous beaches it has become a very popular holiday resort with herds of tourist arriving every summer. Yet it has managed to keep its unique character and its charming atmosphere. The narrow streets of the old city, named Barcelonetta due to the island’s Catalan past, are crowded on the peninsula surrounded by a fortified bastion. Walking through this medieval world, visitors will discover the striking cathedral, built in the 16th century in Catalan-Gothic style. The church of San Francesco has a beautiful Gothic interior and a small golden cloister. From the cute little fishing port, below the city walls, boats depart towards the Grotta di Nettuno or Neptune's Caves, one of the island’s most spectacular attractions. But undoubtedly the main attraction of Alghero is wandering around its streets, discovering its charming spots while contemplating the sunset that bathes the Mediterranean in warm glowing light.
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19 Jun
Car journey 278 Kilometers - 3h 54m
Alghero, Sardinia
Chia, South Sardinia
19 Jun
9. Chia, South Sardinia
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About the destination: Discover the enchanting beauty of Chia, a hidden gem nestled in the southern region of Sardinia, Italy. This idyllic destination is brimming with sunshine, unspoiled beaches, and vibrant culture, making it a perfect retreat for travellers seeking a blissful escape. Embrace the serene ambiance of Chia's pristine beaches, adorned with golden sands and crystal-clear waters. The soothing murmur of the sea, coupled with the soft rustling of Mediterranean vegetation, makes a day at the beach an unforgettable experience. Su Giudeu and Sa Colonia are among the most popular beaches, offering perfect settings for sunbathing, swimming, and water sports. Chia is not just about the beaches, it also offers a wealth of historical and cultural attractions. Explore the ruins of the ancient Phoenician city of Bithia, or take a hike to the Spanish Tower for a panoramic view of the stunning coastline. The local church, Chiesa di San Nicola, is a testament to traditional Sardinian architecture, while the archaeological site of Nora provides a fascinating glimpse into the region’s ancient history. For nature lovers, the Laguna di Chia is a must-visit. This coastal lagoon is a sanctuary for pink flamingos and other migratory birds. A walk around the lagoon at sunset, when the sky is painted in hues of pink and orange, is an experience that will be etched in your memory forever. The gastronomy of Chia is as enticing as its landscapes. Savour authentic Sardinian cuisine, with its fresh seafood, locally grown fruits and vegetables, and traditional dishes like Malloreddus (Sardinian gnocchi) and Porceddu (roasted suckling pig). Pair your meal with a glass of Cannonau, a robust red wine native to the region. Accommodations in Chia range from charming bed and breakfasts to luxurious resorts. Whether you prefer a tranquil stay in a rustic farmhouse or the indulgence of a beachfront villa, you'll find the perfect place to rest after a day of exploration. Easily accessible by car from Cagliari, the capital of Sardinia, Chia is a destination that seamlessly blends the allure of pristine nature with the richness of history and culture. So, pack your bags and prepare to be captivated by the magic of Chia, a slice of paradise in southern Sardinia, Italy.
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22 Jun
Car journey 267 Kilometers - 3h 27m
Chia, South Sardinia
Orosei, Sardinia
22 Jun
10. Orosei, Sardinia
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About the destination: The Gulf of Orosei is a small gulf of Italy located in waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea in the central stretch of the east coast of the island of Sardinia. In the Gulf there are no people more than Orisei own navy and a small modern tourist settlement in cala Gonone. The Gulf is divided into two morphologically distinct parts: the northern part, which extends to Cape Black, is a small stretch of coastline on the sea floor, consisting of pine forests, long sandy beaches and coastal dunes; and the southern part is a very high coastline stretching to Cape Monte Santo, the trailing edge of the plateau of Supramonte, also known as marine Supramonte. This second section is characterized by impressive bastions of limestone covered with secular forests consisting of a rich and varied Mediterranean macchia.
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23 Jun
Car journey 115 Kilometers - 1h 28m
Orosei, Sardinia
Golfo Aranci
23 Jun
11. Golfo Aranci
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About the destination: Golfo Aranci is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Sassari in the Italian region Sardinia, located about 200 kilometres (120 mi) north of Cagliari and about 13 kilometres (8 mi) northeast of Olbia. The name of the comune derives from a wrong translation from the old Gallurese toponym of the Golfu di li Rancio. Once known as Figari, the current town grew up in the mid-18th century as a fishing port. In the early 19th century a Royal Decree made it the main port for the arrivals from the mainland, contributing to its population growth.
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23 Jun
Transport from Golfo Aranci to Livorno
Corsica Ferries
Corsica Ferries - Corsica Ferries
08:45 - Golfo Aranci, Golfo Aranci (Harbour)
18:15 - Livorno, Port of Livorno
9h 30m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:Without accommodation
Cabin Class: Economy
23 Jun
12. Livorno
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About the destination: The city of Livorno is located in Tuscany. Today the city is presented as an industrial centre located on the shores of the Mediterranean, its productive activity is focuses on metallurgical and chemical sectors although it also has a major oil refinery. Although the city has also a tourist attraction throughout the history that happened and the circumstances that it has gone. Initially Livorno was born as a small fishing village. But the city was very important for the Medici family as a strategic point and declared the port as free port since1590 until 1860. The city could develop though all of this development with the second world war is already lost the city suffered extensive damage above all its historic Cathedral and the synagogue.
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23 Jun
Car journey 123 Kilometers - 2h 0m
Livorno
Cinque Terre
23 Jun
13. Cinque Terre
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About the destination: The Cinque Terre (Italian pronunciation: [ˈtʃiŋkwe ˈtɛrre]; Ligurian: Çinque Tære, meaning "Five Lands") is a rugged portion of coast on the Italian Riviera. It is in the Liguria region of Italy, to the west of the city of La Spezia, and comprises five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. The coastline, the five villages, and the surrounding hillsides are all part of the Cinque Terre National Park and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Over the centuries, people have carefully built terraces on the rugged, steep landscape right up to the cliffs that overlook the sea. Part of its charm is the lack of visible corporate development. Paths, trains and boats connect the villages, and cars cannot reach them from the outside. The Cinque Terre area is a very popular tourist destination. The villages of the Cinque Terre were severely affected by torrential rains which caused floods and mudslides on October 25, 2011. Nine people were confirmed killed by the floods, and damage to the villages, particularly Vernazza and Monterosso al Mare, was extensive
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25 Jun
Car journey 702 Kilometers - 8h 13m
Cinque Terre
Strasbourg
25 Jun
14. Strasbourg
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About the destination: Poised right on the German border, sophisticated Strasbourg has been shuffled back and forth between Germany and France for centuries. Today it is a symbol of reconciliation between nations. In 1955 it was chosen the seat of the European Parliament. Cosmopolitan Strasbourg nonetheless remains thoroughly Alsatian in appearance, with its half-timbered houses, covered bridges and flower-lined canals. Start a tour at the mesmerising Gothic cathedral, whose light, open spire rises above the historic core of the city. While you wait for the delightful play of the horloge astronomique, astrological clock, be sure to see the Pilier des Anges, one of the high points of Gothic sculpture. Across from the cathedral are the elegant 18th Château des Rohan, housing a porcelain, archaeology, and fine arts museum and the Maison de l’Oeuvre Notre-Dame, a huge collection of medieval and Renaissance art. For folklore, visit the Musée Alsacien. During the summer, there are folklore and music programs, and a walk along the quays of La Petite France, the old quarter, is best on a warm summer night. Get a taste of the delicious Alsatian cuisine in one of the many riverside restaurants.
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26 Jun
Car journey 573 Kilometers - 6h 3m
Strasbourg
Utrecht
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