Ajaccio Ajaccio is one of the biggest cities in Corsica and the native place of Napoleon Bonaparte. The city boasts a lot of markets in Ajaccio and a large offer of out-doors activities that can be practice all the year around.
Bastia is a baroque town of culture and a dynamic costal resort. Its name comes from the “Bastille” , the fortress that dominates the town. The church of Saint Jean Baptist, Corsica’s largest church, will not fail to amaze you with their ornate Baroque interiors.
Bonifacio is a city which is exposed to the open sea and to winds which rush in the narrows with an incredible violence. The town's charm and proximity to idyllic beaches makes it a popular tourist destination in the summer. Bonifacio is also a gateway to the small Isles Lavezzi), which are the southernmost part of France, and have been designated a marine preserve by the French government.
The second most popular tourist’s town of Corsica has a lot to offer: from Jazz concert, ramble and Polyphonic Recital to trip to the sea, painting exhibition and pony trek.
Enclosed in the heart of a region of mountains and lakes, the region Centru-di-Corsica is a geographic crossroads characterised by its high summits with their abrupt cliffs, its torrents, its deep valleys and its pine and beech forests. Corte is also the former capital of independent Corsica founded by Pasquale Paoli.
Built on a bay bounded to the north west by the rocky islets of red porphyry which give it its name, and to the south by an immaculate white sand beach, l’Île-Rousse is presented to the tourist in all its beauty, extending westwards from the sea to the hill of the Sémaphore and the col de Fogata.
Porto-Vecchio is a fabulous place to spend its holidays in Corsica. It cumulates numerous points of interest: magnificent beaches, splendid wild mountains, a large offer of clubs and entertainments for all the family.