Key Cruising Areas: The harbor town of Porto Vecchio hosts Corsica's most idyllic beaches. The 100-mile long french region is home to picturesque mountains that fall into the sea. Just around the island is the beach of Palombaggia, it is known for its turquoise waters and white sand.
Don’t Miss: La Maddalena National Park is the perfect place for an afternoon snorkel. The sands are made from crushed coral, giving them a vibrant pink color. This resort is popular with Italian tourists and features some of Corsica’s most beautiful beaches, including Palombaggia, Tamaricciu, and Santa Giulia. If you are looking for a different experience, you can travel inland to explore the mountainous region of Alta Rocca, known for its gorges, rivers, and waterfalls.
Best Spots for Wining and Dining: The city of Bonifacio sits on a peninsula of beautiful white limestone. L’A Cheda is a locally-sourced restaurant in Bonifacio that is located in a secret garden. Michelin Guide recommends enjoying the wild fish.