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Campsites in Corsica

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from 11/05/24 to 18/05/24
Direct access to the beach (150 m)
-25%
from €276*
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Seaside (1.50 km)
-19%
from €255*
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Zoover Recommended 2020
from 13/04/24 to 20/04/24
Seaside (3.00 km)
-25%
from €269*
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Direct access to the beach
-27%
from €591*
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travellers' choice 2022
from 13/04/24 to 20/04/24
Seaside (4.00 km)
-29%
from €406*
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Direct access to the beach
-26%
from €255*
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Seaside (6.00 km)
-20%
from €595*
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Seaside (5.00 km)
-28%
from €350*
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Direct access to the beach
-27%
from €290*
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The island of beauty, between the mountains and the sea. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful regions of France. Its countryside is like a collection of postcards: mountain landscapes, coves diving straight down to the sea, long white-sand beaches, plateaus and sheer cliffs, turquoise water and marine reserves... Prepare to be wowed in Corsica!

 

Discover Corsica during your holidays

Heavenly natural wonders

Corsica is overflowing with sublime countryside. There are some must-see sites for your travel notebook: the bay of Santa Giulia, the Lavezzi Islands only some ten kilometres from Bonifacio, the Calanques de Piana, the Gulf of Porto and of Girolata, the Agriates Desert... Corsica offers its treasures to all nature-lovers, whether you're more about beaches and the ocean, or mountains and rivers.

Architectural heritage

The citadels, the Genoese towers and the fortifications are all witnesses of the past. Proudly built, these building are the pride of Corsica. You can also discover the old traditional perched villages, where the stone houses seem to have been built in disarray. This arrangement - so typical of Balagne and Casinca - will take you back in time. 

Corsican gastronomy

For a bit of charcuterie, you can try some coppa (pork cold-cut), lonzu (cured pork), prisuttu (raw ham) or figatellu (smoked pork sausage) at the markets. In terms of cheese, don't miss out on trying some brocciu (a young white cheese), and accompany it all with a good Vin de Corse (AOC). For something different, there is also a huge variety of pasta inherited from the Italians: ravioli, cannelloni, wild boar lasagne or pasta sciutta.

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