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The climate is wonderful, but the island is not hugely geared towards tourism. If you are looking for the sun and sea, you will have no problem finding both of these on the island’s eastern and western coastlines, with their beautiful sandy beaches. Besides this, a lot of people come to Corsica to walk.

The island has many paths, including the GR20, a 160-kilometre route that takes several days to walk. The mountainous landscape that this route takes walkers through makes this walk one of the most challenging in Europe.

Don’t miss these highlights:

  • The house where Napoleon was born (Ajaccio): back to the roots of France’s diminutive emperor
  • the Musée Fesch (Ajaccio): the most important French museum after the Louvre, with an impressive collection of paintings
  • Walk through the Terra Nova district (Bastia): a colourful district, which used to be poor, but is now very much in demand
  • the old fortress (Bastia): go back to the Genoese time.

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