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Corsica highlights

Palombaggia Beach
A 2-km stretch of fine sand and clear waters guarded by red granite rocks, Palombaggia is arguably Corsica's most popular beach.
Santa Giulia Gulf
The Santa Giulia Gulf with its fabulous beach is sheltered within the coastline of Porto-Vecchio - an untamed and desert landscape.
Figatellu from Valle-d'Orezza
This small village is famous throughout Corsica for its Figatellu, traditional Corsican sausage: a smoked medley of pork, spice and wine.
GR 20 Hiking Trail
One of the toughest long-distance trails in Europe, the GR 20 is possibly also the most beautiful, traversing mountains, plateaux and meadows.
Agriates Desert
Located along Corsica’s northern coast, these 5,000 hectares of dense protected scrubland conceal beautiful pearl-white sandy beaches.
Porto Gulf
Framed by jagged mountain peaks and red granite calanches, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of Corsica’s most stunning landscapes.
National Museum of the Bonaparte Residence
Discover the birthplace of Napoléon Bonaparte and the 18th century interiors in which he lived.
Les Calanques de Piana
This UNESCO World Heritage Site features a collection of emblematic rocks sculpted by erosion into diverse forms.
Calvi and its citadel
Calvi boasts a resplendent citadel with a backdrop of snowy mountains, superb cuisine and a 5-mile beach.
Prehistoric Site of Filitosa
This major site of Corsican prehistory features Megalithic monuments sculpted into human form, standing amongstferns and olive trees.

From Stunning Mountains to Relaxing Beaches

Beautiful Corsica, a French island in the Mediterranean Sea, boasts charming little towns and grand sandy beaches. The birthplace of Napoleon, it's the most mountainous island in the whole Mediterranean and is called the Island of Beauty for a reason.

West of Italy, Corsica is a special French region with its capital in Ajaccio, the island’s largest city, featuring a quiet harbour and plenty of Napoleon memorabilia. Indeed Corsica seems to be a birthplace of history makers, as the town of Calvi claims to be where the great explorer Christopher Columbus was born.

This is a perfect destination for long-distance walking and a lot of people visit every year to try the famous GR 20, the most difficult Corsican trail that takes 17 days to complete. Make sure you enjoy the sunny beaches, most of which offer snorkelling, windsurfing and kite-surfing opportunities.

The local cuisine is a delicious combination of French and Italian influences with many original dishes which will keep your mouth watering. Try the canistrelli pastries, pork meat delicacies and unique chestnut dishes!

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