Undoubtedly the most mountainous and topographically diverse of all the Mediterranean Islands, Corsica is one of France’s most popular tourist destinations. Famous as the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte, whose ancestral home ‘Casa Buonaparte’ is now a museum, the island contains a wonderful combination of towering granite peaks, over 1000km of coastline, a huge national park, an uninhabited desert and of course a ‘continental divide’ running across its middle.
A great place for hiking and diving Corsica has a good range of accommodation options for the many thousands of visitors who explore the region every year. If you are planning on going there this list of Where To Stay In Corsica On Your Annual Holiday is something you should probably check out.
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