Lavezzi Islands

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The Lavezzi Islands (; ) form a small archipelago of granite islands and reefs in the Strait of Bonifacio that separates Corsica from Sardinia in the Mediterranean Sea. They are administered from Bonifacio on Corsica, itself a territory of France.

Geography

The uninhabited islands, located at , are immediately south of the island of Cavallo. They are 4km from the Corsican mainland, 7km from Cape Pertusato, and 10km southeast of Bonifacio. The islands are 5,123ha in area and the highest point is 50m. They form the southernmost point of Metropolitan France.

History

They were the site of the shipwreck of the French frigate Sémillante on February 15, 1855.

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