Delve into the island’s multifaceted heritage
The Mediterranean island of Corsica offers a variety of landscapes: chic coastal towns, dense forests, and steep mountains. Almost half of the island’s territory is classified as a natural park where it is possible to hike, especially on the GR20, known for its difficulty.
Some of the island’s beaches are very reknown like Pietracorbara, others are quite secluded like Saleccia and Rondinara. Corsica has been part of France since 1768, but its culture remains influenced by Italian culture. Let’s explore the treasures of the Island of Beauty!