Rendez-vous at Bouches de Bonifacio Nature Reserve
The French contribution for an international sea park between Sardinia and Corsica, the Bouche de Bonifacio Nature Reserve is the largest in metropolitan France, with 80,000 ha.
It was completed at sea and in the isles, by the Ciarbicali Islands Nature Reserve. The wildlife is extremely diverse, and in the isles, Western Mediterranean and African plant life can be found.
Silene velutina is the most precious flower for scientists on the reserve, while seabirds like cormorants, puffins, petrels or herring seagulls boost the reputation of the International Sea Park as well.