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Capo Pertusato Lighthouse

Foto: Vincent Guigueno

Range 25 M

Height 16,55m

Signal Fl(2) W 10s

Capo Pertusato lighthouse (1844) is one of the five major lighthouses, along with La Giraglia, La Revellata, Iles Sanguinaires and La Chiappa, lighted in the 1840's according to a masterplan decided in 1838. Its location was uncertain because of the complexity of navigation in the strait of Bonifacio  It is now demanned. The lighthouse is at a walkable distance of Bonifacio along a coastal path with a amazing view of the strait and Sardinia (Italy).

Corsican Lighthouses


Corsica have many lighthouses. This film offers a first look at three of them:

Iles Sanguinaires on the geographical position: N41.879467, E 8.593354

Capo Pertusato N 41.367485, E 9.184502

Ile Lavezzi N 41.334533, E 9.258915