Holiday Homes in Corsica
Situated closer to the Italian coast than the Cote d’Azur, Corsica is a French territory from the eventful past. It was only linked to France at the end of the 18th century. The different influences from people coming from Africa have made Corsica an unusual island. Whether you arrive on this beautiful island by boat or plane, you will quickly notice the unique character of this fascinating island. The Corsicans are proud of their island and their identity. If you show an interest in their culture, they will be more than happy to show you all sides of beautiful Corsica. Even if you don’t understand the language, you will quickly fall under the spell of the Corsican songs. Take a look at our wide range of holiday accommodation: houses, apartments or villas to be shared with the family or friends for an unforgettable holiday.
Corsica – So many leisure activities
The rich natural environment of Corsica is one of the main attractions of this lovely island. Its varied countryside can be explored by car, bike, on foot or on horseback. The bridle paths wind through this well-kept scenery. A large part of the island has been declared a Regional Nature Park. For many visitors, Corsica is attractive for its wonderful fine sandy beaches and is Mediterranean turquoise water. With so many different sporting activities, the days pass by quickly under a sky which is nearly always blue. The seaside resorts of Moriani-Plage and Ghisonaccia meet every demand. A villa by the sea will let you make the most of this beautiful scenery, a true delight for the eyes! In the evenings, it is good to be able to return to your holiday accommodation and watch the sun set. Before you leave, don’t forget to visit one of the jewels of Corsica. Situated between the sea and mountains, rent one of our properties in Porto Vecchio.
Corsica – a gastronomic delight
One of the pleasures of going on holiday is to explore your new surroundings and try some of the local cuisine. In Corsica, you are sure to put on a few pounds if you are not careful! How can you resist the famous sheep’s cheese only produced on this island? It is used in the preparation of many traditional dishes and which you can try in one of the many Corsican restaurants. Make the most of your holiday in Corsica and have a taste of some of the fantastic local dishes. The weekly markets offer a vast choice of local produce. Don’t forget a bottle of good Corsican wine to accompany your meal. Book a holiday home in Corsica for a relaxing break.
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