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Corsica: diversity for holidays



Corsica: diversity for holidays
Corsica used to be the favourite destination for Italians and Germans. Since few years, we see more Americans and also Asians since 1 year.

Corsica is therefore seen as a nice place to visit in France even if there is no direct flight between New York and Bastia or Tokyo and Ajaccio.

What these people, coming from far countries, are looking for?
  • Diversity (sea and mountains),
  • Wonderful lanscapes,
  • Peace since it is not overcrowded,
  • Good weather.

I met last time an American on the GR20 (famous mountain walkway) who is coming back very often just because he is in love with Corsica. He has never been in such a nice place.

For sightseeing, I suggest:
  • The Cap in the north: lots of small villages and stones beaches. The Chemin des douaniers to make a nice walk.
  • Bastia for the old city (Citadelle, Vieux Port, Place St Nicolas).
  • St Florent: the city where famous people like to go. The nicest beach in the north is there (Saleccia) but you can only access it by boat.
  • Santa Giullia in the south. Another wonderful sand beach not far from Porto-Vecchio.
  • Bonifacio: a real jewelery. From there, you can also access the Lavezzi islands.
  • Porto with the red Calanques. This village is pretty.
  • Evisa, the Restonica, in the center. There, you will find rivers and forests.
  • Corte, in the center again. It is the starting point from the GR20.

The Castaniccia, the Trou de la Bombe, Calvi, Ile Rousse, Sartène, Ajaccio and the Sanguinaires Islands... and many other wonderful places.

Whether you like beaches, mountains or forests, you will find what you like in Corsica. Just try, you will not be disappointed!

Mardi 25 Avril 2006
Vanina Delobelle
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