Frequently Asked Questions

What is Corsica famous for?

Corsica is famous for its stunning landscapes, including rugged mountains and beautiful beaches, as well as its unique culture and history, which blend Italian and French influences.

How many days do I need in Corsica?

The number of days needed in Corsica can vary on what you plan to do and see. But to get the most out of your experience, many travelers recommend spending at least 5-7 days exploring Corsica.

What is the best time to visit Corsica

The best time to visit Corsica is generally from May to September when the weather is warm and sunny, and most of the island's attractions are open. July and August are the peak tourist months, so if you prefer fewer crowds, it's best to visit in May, June, or September. Keep in mind that the mountainous regions of Corsica can be cooler and wetter than the coast, so pack accordingly if you plan on hiking or exploring those areas.

Is Corsica expensive to visit?

Corsica can be quite expensive to visit during the peak season in July and August, but if you're on a budget it's better to travel during the shoulder months (May, June and September) to avoid the crowds and high prices.

What is the most beautiful area in Corsica?

Corsica has many beautiful areas, including the Calanques de Piana, Scandola Nature Reserve, Bonifacio and its cliffs, Lavezzi Islands, and Palombaggia and Santa Giulia beaches. The Bavella Massif, Corte and Restonica Valley, and Cap Corse are also highly recommended for their stunning natural landscapes.