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Corsica AND Sardinia

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My wife and I (mid-50's) along with our 27 year old daughter are planning a trip to Corsica and Sardinia the first week of June 2014. Here are the current plans:

We are planning on taking the ferry from Livorno to Bastia, Corsica on Monday morning. I MUST be in Olbia, Sardinia on Saturday afternoon, through Sunday night. Monday morning, we will travel to Ajaccio and fly back to Rome. Otherwise, we have nothing planned.

I'm assuming that we should ferry from Bonaficio to Sardinia, but that's not confirmed.

My question is - given those parameters, how much of the time should we devote to Corsica, and how much time to Sardinia. We have been to neither island, and we love nature, hiking, photography, and eating. We are not huge beach-goers, but sitting by a pool or on a beach for one day is not out of the question.

Any thoughts?

Thanks

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