Best Corsica holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Corsica
Santa Giulia PalaceThese modern apartments are part of a residence situated in a 10-hectare park. They are between 400 and 800 metres from Santa Giulia Beach. All apartments and suites have direct access to the garden and share 3 swimming pools, a heated resistance training swimming pool, a hot tub and a sauna.Book now
Domaine de PianicciaLocated in Favone, Pianiccia is set in a 3-hectare property and is surrounded by pine trees. It offers self-catering accommodation with a private beach area that can be accessed directly from the residence. The beaches at Canella and Favone are 2 km away. Free WiFi is available.Book now
Casa Mare E VistaSet in Propriano, within 1.4 km of Sampiero and 1.5 km of Propriano Port, Casa Mare E Vista offers accommodation with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi throughout the property as well as free private parking for guests who drive. Guests can use the hot tub, or enjoy sea views.Book now
Appartement CemilianaLocated in Santa Manza of Bonifacio, Appartement Cemiliana offers self-catering accommodation with free Wi-Fi and terraces overlooking the Mediterannean Sea. It lies within 700 metres from the beach and restaurants, and within 1 km from a supermarket.Book now
Résidence Marina BiancaResidence Marina Bianca, set on the sandy beaches provides furnished air-conditioned apartments with a terrace or a loggia. There is a swimming pool, a fitness room, and a park on site. Free WiFi access is provided in each apartment.Book now
Corsica is a French island in the Mediterranean Sea, located west of the Italian mainland and just a few kilometres north of Sardinia. Thanks to good flight connections, holidaymakers can reach the island quickly enough to enjoy their well-earned leisure time. Are you looking for a nice apartment in Corsica? We have a lot of private accommodation on offer around the island, which we present on our website. Have a look around right now, so that you can do without couchsurfing on Corsica. With us you can browse to your heart’s content and discover chic accommodations that offer you a maximum of cosiness, individual furnishing and quality of life: Nice Apartments in Ajaccio, of the island capital, spacious Accommodations in Porto Vecchio or chic private apartments in Bastia are just some of the options we can offer you. If you want to explore Sardinia after your stay in Corsica and fly home from there, you will find suitable Apartments in Alghero.
Apartments in Corsica: Discover the French beauty of the island
The 8.700 km² large island consists mostly of high mountains and gives at first sight the impression of a rugged and cool beauty. But if you take the time to take a closer look, you will discover wonderful beaches, pretty cities and lots of sights that you can reach from your apartment in Corsica. The capital Ajaccio is located on the west coast. Already in earliest time it developed to an important commercial port. Today it is the second largest island port after Bastia, and ferry lines regularly connect Ajaccio with the south French coast. The most famous son of the city is certainly Napoléon Bonaparte, who was born here in 1769. In the museum of Ajaccio you can visit the bust of the later French emperor. Walking through the city you will see historic buildings such as the Maison Bonaparte, the Town Hall, the impressive churches and the Palatine Chapel, built by Napoleon III in 1857 and called Chapelle Imperiale. If you go on your Corsica tour by car, don’t just visit cities like Bastia and Porto Vecchio, but also find your favourite bay with a wonderful beach, discover the sleepy mountain villages and enjoy the views from dizzying heights.
From the private holiday apartment on Corsica to the culinary highlights of the island
From a culinary point of view the Corsicans like it rather hearty. These rich dishes have their origin in the hard work of the mountain farmers. So you can eat typical dishes like Coppa and Figatellu in many inns and restaurants, or enjoy Lonzu, the smoked pork fillet. Various cheeses also come from Corsica, e.g. Brocciu passu, a cheese made from goat’s or sheep’s milk. Corsica is also known for its wine growing. Eight wine-growing regions produce AOC (Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée) quality wine. Other high-proof drinks are also very popular: Cap Corse, Eau de vie, Pastis Dami and a chestnut and myrtle beer. Perhaps you will find some time to visit distilleries or wineries from your private accommodation in Corsica on one of your tours.