Best known as the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte, Corsica remains a rugged and unspoiled place to visit. You'll find heaths, forests, granite, snow, sandy beaches and orange groves.
Bastia is a picturesque town, with a citadel towering over the headland. Steps connected by vaulted passages lead down to the port Waters ports, stroll down the streets of Napoleon's childhood, walking, mountaineering, relax on the beaches, enjoy the local island specialties in the many restaurants, diving, cycling, horseback riding and just relaxing in the sun.
It is close to mainland France, the island maintains a fresh and authentic gallic flavour, without having suffered any of the ravages left by too many visitors, like in some resorts along the Côte d'Azur.
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