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Not to be missed in Corsica

Corsica, also known as ‘the Isle of beauty’, is ideal for lovers of nature and relaxation: discover paradisiacal, unspoiled beaches such as the Algajola beach, the beach of Lozari, or the beach of Santa Giulia, enjoy spectacular panoramas and go on excursions inland and to witness with your own eyes, the quaint delight of its picturesque villages.

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Walk the Cap Corse customs officers' path

Probably the most famous hike on the Corsican Cape, the customs path stretches over 26 km, from the tip of the Cap Corse to the northern tip of the island. This popular route offers a magnificent coastal walk, between fine sandy beaches, rocky peaks and Genoese towers. 

The customs path has been classified as a protected natural site since 2006 and is administered by the Finocchiarola - Pointe du Cap Corse association. The best time to go on this hike is in spring and autumn, when the heat on these poorly shaded paths is less intense. 

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Go on a 4x4 excursion in the Agriates desert

This arid microclimate stretches over 40 km of sandy desert, where rocky ridges meet beautiful hills covered in Mediterranean scrub. For a privileged, VIP experience in the Agriates Desert (classified as a French Marine Natural Park since 2016) try the adventure in a 4x4 vehicle. Drive through the unique landscapes and enjoy this exotic excursion in one of Corsica's most beautiful spots.

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Take the Patrimonio wine route

Discover the AOC of Patrimonio, created in 1968. This wine region covers 425 hectares and encompasses several communes, including Saint Florent, Farinole, Oletta, Poggio d'Oletta and Casta. The production of wine is divided fairly evenly between red and white wines. The route des vins offers you the chance to discover some 33 estates by following its signposted path.

Go snorkeling around the Lavezzi Islands

The Lavezzi Islands are made up of more than a hundred islets and rocky mounds, and have belonged to a marine reserve since 1982. With its crystalline waters and a seabed particularly rich in fauna and flora, this archipelago is the perfect place for diving. Discover the Lavezzi Islands, either on your own or with an experienced diving instructor!

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Admire the calanques of Piana at sunset

The calanques of Piana, halfway between Ajaccio and Calvi, are a must-see on a trip to Corsica. This extraordinary landscape, made up of ochre cliffs with singular shapes, offers a different sight at nightfall.
To appreciate this panorama, there are several options: by boat, by car or on foot.

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Discover Ile Rousse, a wild gem

The Ile Rousse, in the heart of Balagne, is one of the most wild and unspoilt places in Corsica. It was a prosperous village for hundreds of years, and after repeated invasions its inhabitants preferred moving to towns like Monticello or Pigna. Around 1758, Pascal Paoli, a Corsican politician, transformed Ile Rousse into a fortified town and managed to restore its image. 

Take a leap into the past and stroll through its cobbled streets and admire the facades of its Florentine houses, as well as the sublime church of Notre Dame de la Miséricorde.

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Discover our selection of luxury villas for your next trip Corsica

Villa Carpa

5 Bedrooms

Villa Ariella

5 Bedrooms

Villa Flavie

5 Bedrooms