Corsica is a French island in the Mediterranean Sea, west of Italy, southeast of the French mainland and north of the Italian island of Sardinia. It has over 200 beaches, mountains covering two thirds of the island and a rich cultural past.
Corsica has astounding geographical diversity. The coast is lined with stunning sandy beaches, turquoise bays and cosmopolitan towns, yet within less than an hour, you'll find soaring mountains, deep valleys and gorges, glacial lakes, dense forests and stunning hilltop villages. The island is a haven for beach lovers, culture buffs, hikers and divers.