At the southern tip of the island, there’s stunning cliffs and caves to explore. But don’t get stranded as it’s separated from the rest of Corsica at high tide. And if you feel like an Italian, it’s a one-hour ferry ride to Sardinia from the old town.
Days out in Corsica
Kids will be kept busy all day at ‘Le Paradis des Enfants’, a leisure and aqua park with activities including trampolines, quad track and a mini farm. That makes it paradise for parents too.
This is the region which produces most of Corsica’s wine. The Route des Vins links dozens on vineyards and is signposted throughout the region. So slip away and sip away at one of the many wine cellars.
Charming old trains allow you to make the very most of the stunning scenery. Ponte-Leccia stands at the point where the tracks that dissect the island meet. So when you’ve run out of puff, it’s an ideal place to go for a stroll.