For the French, Corsica is the Ile de Beauté and it’s very easy to see why. The island exudes an almost magical beauty with its high mountain scenery of towering peaks and cascading slopes dominating and defining the centre of the island and the whole covered in green chestnut trees and pine forests.
On the coastline, the mountains appear to fall dramatically into the sparkling sea that washes the near 1000 kilometres of rugged azurean coastline. The crysal clear, aquamarine blue waters and often near empty beaches are amongst the cleanest in Europe.
There is so much to do on this idyllic island from hiking and diving to horse riding and exploring the quaint streets of clifftop towns. Couple this together with delicious local cuisine a culmination of the very best of French and Italian rolled into one, the superb Mediterranean climate and a very cosmopolitan crowd who either live there or like to frequent the island and voila, there are all the ingredients for a very special place to visit.
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Corsica enjoys superb summer temperatures, and boasts the highest sunshine records in France! Winters are mild and rainy, with January as the coldest and November as the wettest months. Read More
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