This pearl of the Mediterranean, this island with its strong and unmistakable character, is the destination for every type of tourist, from those who like simple camping and tourist villages to the demanding who prefer luxury hotels and services to match.
Most luxury hotels in Corsica are situated in old stone-built residences reworked in order to welcome international visitors who love the true nature and the contrasting landscapes of this place.
White sandy beaches, tiny coves, crowded beaches, small deserted bays, mountains, rivers, waterfalls, Mediterranean scrub, historic towns, fishing villages.all this is Corsica.
Despite the local population having the reputation of being rather diffident about receiving visitors, along the coast and in general in the tourist centers it is possible to enjoy a welcome that has little to envy in that of the French Riviera. Services such as yacht charter in Corsica or luxury car rental, helicopter services and personal services are not lacking.
Its nearness to Tuscany and the French Riviera make it a favorite place for Italian and French people, but there is also a tourism from beyond the Alps that chooses this island for its famous and unspoilt beauty.
The sea and the indented coasts of Corsica make up an almost unique combination in the Mediterranean, with some of the calcareous rocks and blue waters recalling Caribbean landscapes.
Having given hospitality in the past to pirates and Saracens, these strong influences are still apparent in the people who live in the more remote villages, built precisely in order to be difficult to reach by the seaborne marauders. Its reserved people of strong character, and the island itself, possess a fascination that stays in the heart of visitors.
Diving into the blue, blue sea or the icy waters of the mountain streams is a pleasure that is well worth trying. Corsica is easily reached by sea from Tuscany and the French Riviera, while helicopter services are much used.
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