Bucchi di Bunifaziu

416-bucchi-di-bunifaziu-0Bucchi di Bunifaziu in Corsican (or le Bocche di Bonifacio in Italian) is simply the strait between the Islands of French Corsica and Italian Sardinia. The Strait of Bonifacio was named after the French island town and it is 11km wide separating the Tyrrhenian Sea from the Western outskirts of the Mediterranean Sea. No matter how tiny the strait is, it’s well known among sailors and mariners for its constantly changing weather, currents, tides and other natural and sea obstacles. Continue reading

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