It’s been said that the island of Corsica is a sphinx standing on the sea, magnificent, mysterious, enigmatic.
With 1,000 kilometers of coast and over 200 beaches, throngs of visitors and sun worshipers gather around Corsica’s seaside resorts and villages each summer.
Corsica is the most mountainous Mediterranean island, with one of the toughest hiking trails in all of Europe (the GR20), making it a favorite destination among hikers and rock climbers.
But this island is much more than beautiful beaches and majestic mountains. Rich in history, Corsica is also famous for its distinctive cuisine and gastronomy, fantastic wines and liquors, warm, friendly people and unique polyphonic music that moves the soul.
I’ll be updating this page over the coming weeks so please come back and visit.
Cap Corse – I
Cap Corse – II
Plage du Lotu – Saleccia
SUP – Stand Up Paddleboarding
Canoeing and rafting
Horse back riding
Corsica has something for everyone plus warm, friendly people and good food.
Corsica is also a pet friendly destination with dogs welcome in many hotels and restaurants. What are you waiting for?