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Things to do in Corsica

Corsica is a perfect mix of sandy beaches, lush valleys and rugged mountains. Whether you crave adventure and want to go exploring by hiking or cycling round the island, or simply want to relax and take in the scenery from the comfort of local bars and cafes, then Corsica is the ideal holiday for any type of holiday goer.

Dream destination

Corsica can feel like a bit of a hidden gem. It has an unspoilt historical quality about it with a rich culture to discover. The island is also said to have some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean with nearly 200 to explore.

You’re spoilt for choice with how to spend your time here, especially if you’re keen to keep active while on holiday. Why not take advantage of some of the activities available to you?

  • Sailing
  • Windsurfing
  • Kayaking
  • Tennis
  • Cycling

Go explore

Why not take advantage of the road bikes available at San Lucianu Beach Resort to explore the stunning outdoors and everything the island has to offer. What a fantastic way to take in the sights. We have experts on hand to take you on guided bike tours of the island. Some routes will see you take it easy along the coast while those familiar with a mountain bike can take on the terrain to get a beautiful perspective of Corsica.

Perhaps you would prefer to try your hand at some watersports. If you’re looking to sail, windsurf, kayak or SUP board, San Lucianu Beach Resort is the perfect place to learn or sharpen up your skills. Expert instructors are on hand for every level, whether you already have some experience or are a complete novice. 

The history

The cultural blend of old-world French and Italian makes Corsica an interesting place for history buffs on holiday. The capital Ajaccio is the perfect starting point. Why not delve into Napoleon’s life by visiting Maison Bonaparte. The ancestral home of the Bonaparte family is now a national museum open to visitors.

Walking through the winding narrow streets of the old town, you’ll be able to see landmarks such as the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de l‘Assomption as well as variety of small shops in Corsica. You will also be able to see the picturesque pastel-painted houses that line the streets.

Explore the stunning location whilst taking one of the amazing tours in Corsica.

Food and drink

The French and Italian blend is also reflective in their cuisine and the cooking style is inspired by the land using local fruits and vegetables as well as cured meats and cheeses.

You will see that wild boar features heavily throughout the restaurants on the island as it is their most celebrated dish. In fact, a wild boar casserole, known as ‘civet de sanglier’ is the signature meal of Corsica.

Locals tend to take their food and drink quite seriously and it’s not uncommon for locals to take a leisurely 3-course lunch with wine. So, relax and take your time to enjoy.

You can expect wholesome, fresh produce at the San Lucianu Beach Resort. On a full board basis, you will receive breakfast, lunch and dinner and breakfast & lunch on half board. Lunch & dinner also includes wine which comes from various regions of the island. Corsica is as well known for its famous vineyards and wine production as it is for cuisine.

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Premium Twin (with extra bed), Full Board, Return flights from London Heathrow

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