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The island of Corsica, surrounded by the famous Mediterranean Sea, is the perfect example of an artistic blend of nautral beauty and rich history. Corsican culture interweaved with French and Italian influences make this place unique and an ideal holiday destination. The island is blessed with an incredible diversity of beaches and a myraid of other beatific terrains and is a gem worth exploring.
Corsica is one of the 18 regions located southeast of France, west of the Italian peninsula. Most of the island is covered with mountains and the island boasts of more than two hundred beaches and a coastline extending more than a thousand kilometers. A truly surreal Corsica packs the best of nature and offers an experience absolutely unparalleled. The terrain changes its shape and form throught its length and breadth, encapsulating pure and sheer awe. Holidays in Corsica are hence incredibly varied, right from hiking and canyoning to getting a splendid tan, enjoying a leisurely cruise, delving into the island's rich history and savouring local specialities. Corsica takes a radical leap from the typical French city archetype and reinvents itself as a versatile and a rejuvinating frontier. With its own unique culture and set of norms, Corsica revamps your soul into a happier, more relaxed vibe. The aroma of the sea that leaves you with a pleasant salty tang enhances the breezy feel all the more. Plenty of engaging evenings await you at this island, especially if the trio of food, wine and melodious Corsican music are involved. Resplendent in its own true sense, Corsica will be a place you never forget.
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There are mainly two ways to reach the island of Corsica, by air or by water. Air travel is more comfortable and expensive whereas the latter gives you more choices for less money. (Read More)