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Where to rent your villa in Corsica

A favorite among holidaymakers, Corsica offers a rich diversity of landscapes and activities.
 
The island of beauty is divided into two regions, Haute Corse and Corse du Sud. Among unspoilt coves, mountains and plateaus, it is difficult to choose a favourite area, as it depends on your programme and your expectations: idling away the days on paradisiacal beaches, visiting picturesque villages or hiking in the mountains...
 
If the length of your stay allows for it, the ideal is to discover both regions

The Haute-Corse

The north of Corsica is quieter and more uncrowded, ideal for lovers of nature and relaxation: here you can visit wild and unspoilt beaches (Algajola, Lozari Beach, Bodri Beach, Arinella and Loto Beach), enjoy fascinating views and go on excursions inland.

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​Beautiful, Unspoilt Beaches

Among the best-known beaches in Haute-Corse, Barcaggio beach in Ersa is particularly prized for its view of the island of Giraglia, Tamarone beach for its wilderness setting, Bodri and Ghjunchitu beaches for their turquoise waters and the grey pebble beach of Nonza, which can be reached by a 500-step staircase.

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A heaven for sports lovers

The northern part of Corsica is also very popular with sports enthusiasts. Since it is more mountainous than southern Corsica, you can go hiking, climbing and, for the boldest, mountaineering on Mount Cinto! For intense thrills, don't hesitate to venture out into the Agriates desert in a 4x4 or on horseback. And water sports enthusiasts will not be left out: take advantage of an excursion to Ile Rousse and explore the seabed, accompanied by a state-qualified instructor.

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Something for history lovers

For those who love history and ancient heritage, opt for the villages of the Balagne, in Haute-Corse. Go back in time with these hundred-year-old villages, nestled in the mountainside and discover a rich and unspoiled historical heritage: Venzolasca and its unobstructed view, Lumio and its pink granite houses or even Loreto-di-Casinca and its traditional market town.

Southern Corsica

The South, lively and paradisiacal but at the same time more touristic, is where the most beautiful beaches can be found, such as Palombaggia, Rondinara and Santa Giulia. In Southern Corsica, there is something for everyone: natural attractions, protected reserves, tourist visits and breathtaking landscapes.
 
Southern Corsica is divided between the west coast, which joins Calvi and Ajaccio, and the southern tip.

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Breathtaking natural beauty spots

In Southern Corsica, you can find many outstanding natural attractions, such as the Lavezzi Islands, located south-east of Bonifacio, a veritable paradise in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea.

Another impressive spot is the Cavu valley with its natural pools. Located just after the village of Taglio Rosso, it is also possible to hike along the river, in a truly majestic setting. 

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Heavenly beaches

Once there, you will fall under the spell of the paradisiacal beaches of the southern part of the island. Although it is difficult to mention only a few beaches in Southern Corsica, our favourites are: the famous beach of Palombaggia with its umbrella pines and turquoise water, the shell-shaped beach of Rondinara, the beach of Saleccia near Saint-Florent with its dunes and pine forest, the long sandy beach of Santa Giulia and the white beach of Roccapina which is bordered by the maquis.

Vibrant nightlife

South Corsica is perfect for those who like to have a drink somewhere trendy or dance the night away. Among our best addresses: the famous Via Notte, an open-air disco in Porto-Vecchio, which hosts famous DJs every summer. The B'52 is also an excellent cocktail bar on the port of Bonifacio. L'Alta Rocca, a very good wine bar in Porticcio or the Corsaire, a seafront bar in Propriano.

In short, while Haute-Corse is generally wilder and more preserved, and South Corsica is more famous for its paradisiacal beaches, there's much more to these two regions than just that!

Discover our selection of luxury villas for your next trip Corsica

Graccia

3 Bedrooms

Villa Livio

7 Bedrooms

Villa Gabriella

6 Bedrooms