Located south of Nice and North of Sardinia, off the Western coast of Italy, this French region is perfect for both nature lovers, hikers and divers.
Visit Corsica to enjoy mountains, bays, beaches, valleys, tiny seaside villages, dense forests and hilltop chalets and sparkling waters full of sea life.
Corsica has a Mediterranean climate, summers are hot and winters are moderate, dry and clear.
Corsica’s climate varies due to altitude differences from mountain to valley and coastlines. The North is hotter than the South; the East is wetter than the West.
April to June and September to October are the best time to visit as July and August are peak tourist times