The so called 'Scented Island', Corsica offers 385 miles of coastline and over 200 spectacular beaches
The French island of Corsica lies southeast of the mainland and north of Sardinia in the Mediterranean Sea. Rich forests, snow-capped mountains, nature reserves and UNESCO World Heritage Sites await you on land but Corsica definitely delivers on the water too. Visit the surrounding whale and dolphin sanctuaries, explore the sea caves near Bonifacio and marvel at the hundreds of coves and brilliant white beaches of this beautiful sailing area.
Being the most mountainous region in the Mediterranean, Corsica has some fantastic dramatic scenery as well as great anchorages and quaint old town centres. Visit the Maddalena National Park of Sardinia or head up the West Coast of the island to find an abundance of spectacular inlets.