Isola Cavallò


Discover Isola Cavallò

The island of Cavallo is located in the Strait of Bonifacio, between Sardinia and Corsica, in French waters. A beautiful stretch of sea connects it with the island of Lavezzi. Both are part of the Natural Reserve of the Strait of Bonifacio, which together with the National Park of La Maddalena, is the International Park of the Strait of Bonifacio.

The island is private and remains uninhabited for eight months a year. In summer, it is populated by few inhabitants residing in private homes many of which are designed by famous French architect Jacques Couelle.

The primitive and absolute beauty of Cavallo Island consists in the chance to come in a secret and reserved place, in which the strength and the elegance of a touching marine nature melt in with the discreet and refined presence of Island's visitors. The limited number of people who frequents the Island allows to keep the entirety and the balance of the environments.

When arriving at the harbor by the Island's private boat, the only one that can carry the authorized guests to the dock, the first sight is directed to the spectacular pink rocks. The marine environment displays as a dynamic universe whose activity is absolutely extraordinary. The diving and the scuba diving in apnea's experiences take place in the bright and uncontaminated sea bottoms.

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