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Enjoy a holiday in Corsica! The island is the birthplace of Napoleon and owes its nickname (island of beauty) to the beautiful nature. Our holiday homes in Corsica are beautifully situated between pristine forests, beautiful sandy beaches, rocky coasts, cosy seaside resorts and picturesque harbour towns. With the beautiful bright blue sea in the background, it is great to relax on the balcony of your holiday home. Book a villa on the Costa Verde, a holiday home with a pool, or a tastefully decorated apartment. Your holiday home in Corsica is the ideal starting point to discover the whole island.

Your holiday home in Corsica, in the middle of nature

Your holiday home in Corsica is often situated in the middle of nature. The distinction between the east and west coasts is clear. The west coast is rugged and rocky with bays, while the east coast has mainly sandy beaches. In the unspoilt interior you will find a rugged mountain landscape with vineyards and olive groves, forests, gorges and mountain lakes. Different landscapes come together on one island, and that's what makes Corsica so special. Enjoy the beautiful nature reserves designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. The flora and fauna is unique and beautiful to see. It's a versatile island, and therefore an ideal holiday destination to explore. From your holiday home in Corsica, there are often beautiful hiking trails! Last minute on holiday? Corsica is also a good location for this.

Your holiday home in Corsica on the beach

Enjoy the beautiful blue sea from your holiday home in Corsica. With more than 300 days of sunshine per year, you can enjoy the various beaches on the island. The perfect destination for lovers of sun, sea and nature and therefore for a wonderful holiday by the sea! In the east, you will find vast beaches, in the west the coast is characterized by rocks interspersed with romantic bays. A must for beach lovers is the Plage de Saleccia. A beautiful white sandy beach with turquoise water, taking you to exotic places. Corsica also offers many opportunities for diving and sailing. Rent a motorboat, moor at a private beach, or see all the natural beauty from the water! Enjoy the sun and book your holiday home in Corsica now! 

Tips for your holiday in Corsica

Of course, you can fully enjoy the beautiful nature from your holiday home in Corsica. But there's a lot more! From a cultural point of view, the island has a lot to offer. The inhabitants have traditionally held on to the same habits, customs and artistic expressions for many years. Visit 'the city of art and history' Bastia, beautifully situated on the Cap Corse. Walk through the medieval streets with their decorated gates, and visit the Baroque monuments. In Ajaccio you can visit the Musée Bonaparte. This is the former birthplace of Napoleon, full of memories of this general. Besides Bastia and Ajaccio, Calvi, Bonifacio, Filitosa and Corte are also interesting places to visit. Let yourself be surprised by the gastronomy of Corsica! The Corsicans love to let you taste their typical regional dishes. Take a seat at a cosy terrace or cook in the kitchen of your own holiday home in Corsica! 

Holiday homes in Corsica, directly on the hiking trails

The beautiful nature of Corsica invites you for a brisk walk. A walking network has been mapped out that will lead you to the most beautiful places and sights on the island. The walks in and around Corte especially, are highly recommended. The Grande Randonnée 20 is a spectacular walk for experienced (mountain) hikers. Water sports enthusiasts can also indulge themselves in Corsica. Surfing and sailing are certainly among the possibilities. Book your holiday to Corsica now, and the anticipation can begin! 

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How many Belvilla houses can I choose from on Corsica?

There are 50+ Belvilla houses on Corsica


What are the most important places to visit o Corsica?

Some of the most important places to visit in Corsica, France are Calanques de Piana, Scandola Nature Reserve, Palombaggia, Cap Corse, Porragia Island, Santa Giulia, Aiguilles de Bavella, and Archipel des Sanguinaires.

Any activities that I must include during my stay on Corsica?

Some of the must-do activities in Corsica are:

  • Cliff climbing
  • Visiting Nature reserves
  • Discovering oasis
  • Beach hiking 
  • Fishing
  • Snorkeling
  • Beach camping


What are the recommended dishes on Corsica?

Some of the recommended restaurants in Corsica, France are Azimu, Stufatu, Pulenta, Agneau Corse, Civet de sanglier, Veau aux olive, Cured meats, and Cheeses.

When is the ideal time to visit Corsica?

May to September are the best months to visit Corsica.

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