- The Maison Bonaparte, the birthplace of Corsica's most famous son, Napolean Bonaparte
- Wild, unspoiled landscapes and pristine white beaches
- Known as the "Perfumed Isle"
- the Bonifacio Citadel
With its unspoiled landscapes and pristine white beaches, Corsica is described by Italians as what Sardinia was like 20 years ago.
The birthplace of Napolean Bonaparte, this small island leaves an impression seemingly far larger than it’s 215 km length and 81 km width. Located off the Western coast of Italy, Corsica enjoys sparkling waters, craggy mountains, dense forest and tiny seaside villages.
With wild aromatic plants such as lavender and heather, Corsica is also known as the “Perfumed Isle”. A perfect destination for divers and hikers.
Best time to visit:
With moderate winters and hot summers, Costica’s peak tourist season is in Jyly and August. April to October tends to be less crowded.