What to see

A must-see during your holidays in Corsica.

Corsica's beaches In Corsica, there's something for every taste and colour. From the pebbles of Cap Corse, to the cliffs of the far south, via the fine sandy beaches of Porto-Vecchio.

Restonica Valley From Corte, in the heart of Corsica, you can head for the Restonica valley. You'll discover a long, winding road through the Corsican mountains. You can stop here and there to enjoy the pools in the river.

The peaks of Bavella The Aiguilles de Bavella: in south-east Corsica, the Aiguilles de Bavella are rocky peaks hundreds of metres high.

The Gulf of Girolata The Gulf of Girolata: in north-west Corsica, the Gulf of Girolata is very similar to the Gulf of Porto. This gulf is part of the Scandola nature reserve. It is characterised by Mount Senino, the highest volcanic promontory in Europe.

The calanques of Piana The Calanques: a small winding road in north-west Corsica, the Calanques invite you to let your imagination run wild and discover the shapes sculpted into the rock.

La scala di Santa Regina This road crosses half of Corsica, and will give you a colourful change of scene with its bends hanging over the Corsican mountains.

The Lavezzi islands in Bonifacio The Lavezzi Islands: at the southernmost tip of Corsica, the Lavezzi Islands are part of a protected reserve in Corsica. This magnificent place, steeped in history, has a lot to offer.

The English waterfall The Cascade des Anglais: located in the Vizzavona region of southern Corsica, the Cascade des Anglais is the best-known of the Vizzavona waterfalls. This site, steeped in history and beauty, is not to be missed.

The lion of Roccapina In the south of Corsica, on the road between Propriano and Bonifacio, you can catch a glimpse of a lion carved out by nature. This Lion dominates the Corsican coast as if it were watching over the sea and shelters a very beautiful bay.

The Agriates Desert Haute-Corse: the only region in France to be called a "desert". Nevertheless, the Haute-Corse region has some magnificent landscapes and, above all, some very beautiful beaches.

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The Agriates Desert

The Agriates Desert in Corsica is the only region in France to have this ...

The lion of Roccapina

Twenty minutes from Sartène on the way to Porto-Vecchio, before taking the "turning ...

The Aîtone forest

 The Aîtone forest in southern Corsica stretches from the heights of Evisa to the ...

The English waterfall

Why the English waterfall: aristocratic English tourists settled in Ajaccio at the end of the 19th ...

Secret waterfalls of Vizzavona

Vizzavona is an essential part of Corsica. Firstly, because it is the only ...

The Coscionu plateau

A superb walk that can be enjoyed virtually all year round, the Coscionu plateau in Corsica, situated ...

The Lavezzi Islands

Leaving from Bonifacio in the south of Corsica, the Lavezzi Islands, a nature reserve that can be visited, ...

La scala di Santa Regina

On your way to La Scala di Santa Régina, you'll be blown away by the jagged gorges ...

The Calanques of Piana

The calanques of Piana (in Corsican calanche di Piana, singular calanca) are a series of ...

The Gulf of Girolata

The Gulf of Girolata in Corsica is a miniature replica of the Gulf of Porto, ...

The Aiguilles de Bavella

The Aiguilles de Bavella in Corsica dominate the pass of the same name (1218m) ...

Scandola Nature Reserve

The Scandola Peninsula Nature Reserve is one of France's most important nature reserves, ...

Restonica Valley

The Restonica Valley is located in the Corte region, in the heart of the ...
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