Corsica is a breathtaking island which is guaranteed to reward all holidaymakers, from those looking to relax and indulge, to those hoping to explore and get active. Its coastline extends for over 1,000km, boasting almost 200 beaches, consisting of quiet bays and long stretches of white sand. Inland, the scenery completely transforms, with wild forests and snow-capped mountains dominating the landscapes and proving perfect for a myriad of outdoor opportunities, from leisurely hikes and cycle rides, to more adrenaline-inducing adventures such as canyoning and white water rafting.
However you wish to make the most of your time in Corsica, you’ll find yourself blown away by the island’s identity and heritage, its delicious food and its relentless beauty. Corsica is officially apart of France although Corsicans often identify their culture as different and the cuisine, language and character is idiosyncratic. The landscapes are just as diverse from craggy peaks, dense forests and quaint towns.