Corsica boasts all the things that make island life wonderful – a mountainous inland and a bounty of wonderful coastline. The island is also famous for being a melting pot of all the things that make France wonderful, but owing to its proximity to Italy, the highlights of Italy
too – in culture, landscape and of course, gastronomy.
It feels a world away from the French mainland in a unique and charming way, and is a destination in its own right. With azure waters and coastal towns such as Bonifacio and Porto Vecchio to explore, Corsica is a pocket-sized European destination that ticks plenty of holiday boxes. A laidback and rustic Rivera where the food is exceptional and crowds much harder to find.