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Holidays in Corsica

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Mountain Hikes and Coastal Towns
Approx. 8 daysFrom£1,190
Privately Guided
Approx. 8 daysFrom£1,700
Corsican wonders
Approx. 7 daysFrom£470
Romantic Escape
Approx. 7 daysFrom£1,210
Vineyard hopping
Approx. 7 daysFrom£710
On the GR20 Trail
Approx. 13 daysFrom£2,170
Comfort and guided GR20 North
Approx. 7 daysFrom£590
Cape to the Castagnicia by Bike
Approx. 8 daysFrom£590
Authentic Country by Motorbike
Approx. 9 daysFrom£600

What to see and do

Here are some ideas for routes around Corsica. One aspect to bear in mind is the rugged terrain of the Island; this means that there is a network of winding roads; In other words, getting around Corsica takes a bit longer than elsewhere! Be sure to visit at least one of the island’s two main towns; Bastia in the North and Ajaccio in the South. They offer two very different perspectives: one is an industrial town with a military history whilst the other, displaying its Napoleonic heritage at every turn, offers the joys of the seaside. Calvi, with its magnificent fortress overlooking a stunning semi-circular bay and glamorous marina is another must-see area. But, whatever you do, do not miss out on going to the extreme south of the Island opposite Sardinia to the town of Bonifacio which sits up high on spectacular limestone cliffs draping above the sea. It’s one of Corsica’s gems! Beyond the cities, the island also has more than 1000 kilometres of varied and breathtakingly beautiful coastlines. Although, of course, you could just do what most visitors do; take the most obvious route and travel round the whole Island!

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