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corsica island: Point of Interest Map
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Major Cities

Ajaccio, the capital of Corsica and birthplace of Napoleon, is a bustling city rich in history with a beautiful natural setting.

Just around the tip of Corsica`s Cap du Corse lies Bastia, the second-largest town on the island of Corsica and the biggest port. Walk along the streets of Bastia and soak in the very essence of its people and culture!

Perched on limestone cliffs above the Mediterranean, this ancient fortress town is one of Corsica`s most captivating places. The bustling harbor town is a delightful maze of cobblestone streets lined with old stone houses, outdoor cafes and shops.

With a picturesque marina and miles of stunning beaches along the bay, this is one of the most popular holiday destinations on the island of Corsica. The lively town offers visitors everything from beautiful beaches and fascinating history, to delicious food and easy access to some of the highlights of this region.

Named after the islets that blush a deep color red in the sunset, this laid back seaside town with its central square, lively cafés and large beaches in close proximity, makes an ideal spot for a fabulous holiday.

Bustling with bars and restaurants boasting panoramic views across the valley, mountains and harbor, and white sand beaches contrasting with the turquoise Mediterranean Sea, this is the perfect spot for spending your vacation in a relaxed, chic atmosphere.
Areas of Corsica
Corsica - North East Region
If you are looking for a quieter, more traditional side of Corsica, then this is the area for you with beautiful scenery, quiet beaches and a relaxed atmosphere.
Corsica - North West Region
This area remains an insider`s secret - a charming place with natural scenery that is little explored and much less developed.
Corsica - Western Region
This area is dramatically beautiful, characterized by the clear emerald waters of the Mediterranean and rugged, isolated beaches.
Corsica - Southern Region
From the majestic landscapes of the island`s interior, to white-sand beaches and uninhabited islands just off the coast, this is a region of spectacular natural beauty.
Corsica - Eastern Region
If you are looking for a more intimate experience of the island, the mid-mountain back country and beautiful family-friendly beaches of the east offer a less crowded experience of Corsica.
Corsica - Central Region
Lakes, natural pools, small villages and huge forests offer stunning scenery and make this region of Corsica a region not to be missed.
Corsica - Costa Verde Region
Wild and mountainous yet also quite sophisticated, this is the perfect region for a relaxing beach holiday or for active outdoor adventures.
Regions of France

With many of the most beautiful places to visit in France, Provence, a region in southeastern France, is made for explorers. From the Southern Alps and Camargue plains to rolling vineyards, olive groves, pine forests and lavender fields, the stunning variety of landscape offered here make it an irresistible destination to discover. Swim in the Calanques in Cassis, shop in the lively markets, eat Provencal bouillabaisse, catch a festival, cruise the rivers and canals, and discover the many quaint towns and villages.

France`s Loire Valley is the lush area surrounding the 170-mile center portion of the Loire River in Central France. This region is considered to be the `Gardens of France`. There are literally countless chateaux (castles) scattered between a beautiful river and charming little towns. The abundance of stunning landscapes with vineyards, fairly tale castles and rich history, that surrounds them, makes the Loire Valley truly an incredible region to visit.

Normandy, a region of Northern France just west of Paris, is famous for its role in World War II as well as a number of other significant events throughout its history. However, its rugged coastline on the English Channel is also home to a number of beautiful small towns and villages perfect for an escape from the congestion of Paris, including Caen, Le Havre, and Rouen.

Burgundy has it all - glorious countryside and vineyards, amazing gastronomy, a fabulous history, picturesque villages and beautiful towns, the Burgundy Canal, and an incredible capital city - Dijon. There are also more chateaux in this region than any other in France, many of them with well-stocked wine cellars, gourmet restaurants nearby and swimming pools. It`s a stunning region with plenty going for it!

The winemaking region of Champagne, located in the northeast part of France just 55 miles outside of Paris, is known for its sparkling white wine. This is one of the most famous and posh areas of France with many well-known Champagne companies like Moet and Chandon, that have cellars and vineyards. This region is intended to enjoy at a leisurely pace if you truly want to appreciate what it has to offer.

Alsace-Lorraine, a historic province in Eastern France, is where you will find the ancient capitals at Strasbourg and Nancy. The only thing that separates Germany from this region is the Rhine, and the area is extremely reminiscent of the German look (and sometimes feel). With its Germanic dialect, French sense of fashion, love of Foie gras and sauerkraut, fine wine and beer, this region often leaves you wondering quite where you are.

Brittany is a place that is not usually on a lot of traveler’s lists. France’s northwest cul-de-sac that reaches out into the Atlantic Ocean is just too far off the beaten path for many tourists. However, this can make all the more reason to visit. With over 1,500 miles of jaw-dropping panoramic coastline, charming medieval towns and villages, and the amazing diversity on display, there are really great things to see in Brittany.

The southeast coast of Provence, France, is sprinkled with some of the world`s most popular beaches and destinations, including Nice, Monaco, Cannes, Saint Tropez and Menton. Known all over the world for its glamour and beauty, the Riviera is a playground for the rich and famous and a true paradise destination. The French Riviera offers a picture-perfect stretch of coastline, historic hilltop towns, twisting mountain roads and white pebble beaches leading into the azure water. The entire stretch of coastline in the south of France is dotted with a countless number of sights to be explore.
Cities in France
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France & Beyond
WHY CORSICA?

Corsica is an island off the south eastern Mediterranean coast of France, known world-wide as the `Island of Beauty.` Discover the authentic lifestyle, traditions, mouth-watering cuisine, and the landmarks of an exceptional historical heritage. The rugged landscapes inspire hikers, while the sandy beaches are prized by sunbathers, and the turquoise waters are perfect for swimmers, snorkeling or any water sports. There`s something for everyone in Corsica!

FEATURED ITINERARIES:
6 nights from $619*
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SUGGESTED ITINERARIES:
Nice and Bastia - Calvi
9 nights from $1,059*
Bastia - Eastern Corsica and the Costa Verde (Self-Drive)
9 nights from $818*

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