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About Corsica

Villas in Corsica

Corsica, otherwise known as the Island of Beauty, is a blend of historic, cultural and natural charm. Rent a stylish villa on the Corsican coast for an unforgettable holiday. You’ll be captivated by spectacular scenery where rocky cliffs lead down to golden beaches and the clear blue Mediterranean sea. Stay in Bonifacio, a historic cliff-top town on Corsica’s southern tip. You’ll be close to lively bars, lovely restaurants and busy markets. Or rent a villa with a private pool on Corsica’s eastern coast to be near one of the island’s many sandy beaches.

Corsica is perfect for an activity holiday, be that cycling, climbing or hiking. The island’s mountainous centre has some of Europe’s most challenging hiking trails. Rent a holiday villa in Corsica’s hilly interior to get a glimpse of life from a bygone era: charming villages, rustic landscapes and a relaxed pace of life. Browse our selection of Corsican villas to enjoy an undiscovered island gem.

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Corsica: Where to go, what to do and things to see

Corsica: Where to go, what to do and things to see

Corsica is often left off the list when planning the perfect Mediterranean getaway. But, that hasn’t stopped around three million people a year, from all over the world visiting the small French Island,  to experience the natural beauty on offer. In fact, the Ancient Greeks dubbed it kalliste which translates to ‘the most beautiful of all’. One trip to is enough to understand what they mean, with mountainous regions, coastal cities, rugged terrain and charming hilltop villages. Corsica is an attractive place for those with a love of the outdoors. Imagine enduring a hike up Monte Cinto, Corsica’s largest mountain, or taking a dive in the emerald clear waters along the coast. It doesn’t matter if you prefer a more laid-back break, as there's still plenty on offer, from white sandy beaches to a mouth-watering cuisine. There's a little something for everyone. So, if you want to explore this breath-taking Mediterranean island, there’s a few pieces of information you should know…