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The exceptional landscapes of Corsica

With a Regional Natural Park that covers two-thirds of its surface, mountains that can peak up to 2000 meters in altitude and coastal landscapes worthy of the Caribbean Islands, Corsica will amaze any visitor.
Ancient villages built on mountainsides or Genoese cities like beautiful Calvi rising out of the sea, each place has treasures to discover.
Lovers of coral landscapes and turquoise water or antique citadels, fans of mountain fauna or mysterious coves, there is a paradise for everyone in Corsica…

Preserved culture and heritage

One of the most remarkable things about this island is the will to preserve its natural and human wealth and its living, natural, artistic and gastronomic heritage. So Corsica, more than a golden showcase of seascapes, offers its visitors much more than a pretty postcard. The strength of the Calanques de Piana, the history of the remains of Filitosa, and the beauty of the Scandola reserve are a few of the natural gems that travelers may discover if they take the time to do so.

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Every village, every street imbues visitors with the spirit of a unique history and the summer tourist activities, be they musical, artistic or gastronomic, are all within that island spirit.

To summarize beautiful Corsica in a few words: authenticity, charm, love and sharing of ancestral traditions. Let these values fill your senses and you will long remember your trip to Corsica.

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Activities for the whole family

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The advantage of having diverse and varied landscapes is that Corsica appeals to all types of visitors.
For lovers of nature and walking there is the famous GR20 trail and its landscapes. For tourists seeking rest and tranquility, relax on the many beaches the island offers and they will meet your expectations, whether you prefer the tranquility of a pristine cove or the fun of a major sand beach.

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As for families with young children, they will have access to many sports and cultural activities without feeling like they’ve spent their holiday in a school yard!
And partiers and night owls will love our music festivals and all the evening events organized in the villages. And not to forget history buffs, particularly fans of Napoleon Bonaparte, you can follow in his footsteps in his native province of Ajaccio, where he was born and died.

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Corsican camping Visits not to be missed

The visits in Corsica not to be missed

Bonifacio (South Corsica): wander through the steep streets of this small town, passing by the Porte de Gênes drawbridge and the Bastion de l’Étendard, for a gorgeous view of the Strait of Bonifacio. And then, why not take a trip to the sea to visit the beautiful Lavezzi archipelago?
The gorges of Restonica (Central Corsica): a paradise for hikers and nature lovers! Between forests, waterfalls and natural pools of translucent water, chance meetings with rare and protected species such as the common wood pigeon, the fox or even the golden eagle, will make you fall in love with this idyllic countryside.

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The visits in Corsica not to be missed

The Calanques of Piana (West Coast): rocky landscapes where your imagination might get the better of your vision…
You can see shapes in the sea winds if you like, and don’t miss the sunset!
Saint-Florent (North): the old town with houses built in the spirit of the old Genoese citadel will delight lovers of typical seascapes. It is also the starting point of the Route des Vins (33 different vineyards) as well as the highlight of the Agriates region with arid landscapes and white sand beaches in addition to marinas and little fishing villages scattered along the Cap Corse.

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The visits in Corsica not to be missed

Beautiful Calvi: of course, right next to your favorite campsite Les Castors, it would be a shame to not visit the Genoese citadel and little cobblestone streets. These are only a few of the landmarks to discover in Corsica, for more information visit the Tourist Offices and talk with the locals who would love to help you get to know their beloved island a little better.