The little known French island, Corsica is a traveller’s paradise. If you are someone who loves nature, Corsica should be the next place that you visit. With 1/3 beaches, Corsica is home to a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Reaching Corsica- You can reach Corsica either by air or by the sea. By the sea, it is connected with the French cities of Nice, Marseille, and Toulon, and the Italian cities of Savona, Genoa, and Livorno.
By air, Corsica is connected to few of the major European cities, but most of the flights are only seasonal. You get daily flights only for Paris. What’s there in Corsica- One of the most interesting things about Corsica is that it is not yet commercially exploited. Almost all the towns and villages retain their medieval appearance and feel.
The best months to visit Corsica are from May to October. The temperature may go up to midthirties in July and August but the cool winds keep it easy. These months are packed with tourists and you can have fun with water sports like jet-skiing, water-skiing, windsurfing, kite surfing, and sea kayaking etc.
Author Bio: Melissa Turner is a traveler from Edinburgh who loves to explore places off-the-beaten-path others have been known to fear. Melissa believes travel is the best education anyone can get and she has acquired an incredible amount of travel experience over the years.
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