Why Corsica

  • Unspoiled nature reserves
  • Crystal clear seas
  • Wonderful landscapes
  • Beautiful villages
  • Peace e Relax
Do you want to spend your next summer in peace and discover beautiful places? Reach Corsica Island! It's worth it! :)
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Corsica is a magic island. It’s so near to Italy but it’s not too much explored. Its surrounded by unspoiled nature, beautiful countries, and crystal clear seas.

First day
Our journey started from Bastia. Before reaching our camping, we visited the little port town. Its full of history and cultures.
It’s also a country of nature, seas, beaches, and wonderful landscapes, that better express the character of the island: wild and unspoiled.
The country is one of “Villes et Pays d’Art et Histoire” by France Minister.

Then, we reached one of the best beaches: Rondinara, where we had our camping.
An 18km long bay surrounded by calm and transparent water. 
We saw a wonderful sunset there 🌅

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Second day
Our second day started in Porto Vecchio. 
Its one of the most touristic destination because it has some amazing and suggestive beaches as Santa Giulia, golden sand cove near the historic center, and Palombaggia beach, with white sand surrounded by pine forest.
Porto Vecchio is a glamorous city thanks to its elegant historic center and shops above all in Rue Borgo, between Piazza Della Repubblica and Corso Napoleone. 🌊🏖

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Santa Giulia beach

Third day
It was the day of Bonifacio. 
It’s perched on a fjord of incredible beauty overlooking the famous Bocche di Bonifacio.
It’s very lively in summer, full of typical bars and restaurants as “Porto dei pescatori”, a restaurant carved in a rock. 
The most beautiful part of the town is his historical center, divided into Città Alta and Città Vecchia, characterized by squares and churches overlooking the sea. 
From the top, you can see a beautiful landscape and the Sardegna coast too. 
The main attraction of Bonifacio is “Scalinata del Re d’Aragona”, a staircase of 189 steps carved into the rock that ends at the sea.
We recommend seeing the sunset from the hilltop near Bonifacio! 🌅🏖

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View from Bonifacio

Fourth day
To discover one of the most suggestive and wild beach: Sperone beach. 
It has white sandy and when the sky is clear you can see Lavezzi islands and Sardegna coast.
There are two beaches: Petit and Grand Sperone which are 30 minutes away on foot.
There are no bars or restaurants. There are only nature and the blue sea. YOU MUST SEE THEM! ‼️☀️
Before returning to camping, we came back to Bonifacio to do the mini-cruise. 
With boat trips you can make the tour of the fjord and gullies to the cave of Sdragonato and admire the city from the sea… that was WOW‼️☀️🏖


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Sperone beach

Fifth day
We moved to another beautiful country: Sartène. 
It is characterized by alleys and ancient houses perched on a granite fortress overlooking the beautiful valley of Rizzanese.
A village with a timeless charm where every Saturday you can find a typical market with France products.
To reach Sartène there is a beautiful landscape
The salt, the wind, and the rain have shaped the pink granite creating monumental works. 🌊🌿⛰

Conclusion
There were five beautiful days, wonderful adventures between unspoiled nature and crystal seas. 

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Post Autor: wildcouple95 |

We are Alessia & Luca. From Tuscany with love ♥ Passionate about travel, photography, nature, sports and trekking. Fall in love with our Italy, with its beautiful crystal clear waters and high mountains, but we don't miss opportunities to travel abroad. Let's travel together!

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