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This fabulous island has a huge amount to offer the visitor. I've been there three times now, and I never cease to be amazed at the glorious coastal views, the beautiful mountainous interiors and the quaint towns and villages all over the island.

A Tale of Two Cultures

Corsica is like a mountain that's been dropped into the sea. And although it's part of France now, it's been part of Italy in the past, and so the Italian influence is everywhere - influencing the cuisine and culture.

Delicious Cuisine

As you'd expect, with a blend of French and Italian cultures, you can definitely expect to eat really well here.

Getting around

You can take a car ferry from Marseille if you prefer to drive, or there are direct flights from the UK to Figari in the South and Bastia and Calvi in the North.



I'd recommend avoiding the summer peak season and travelling in June or September, when the weather will be good, but there will be fewer people on the roads.


Sipping a chilled glass of rosé (with some olives) at a café in the port of Calvi and watching the comings and goings of the boats.

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