Sea urchins, wild boar and maquis herbs: what to eat on the island of Corsica

The French island makes good use of its unique location when it comes to gastronomy — whether it’s through its Italian history; rich, fertile terroir; or fine seafood from its rich Mediterranean waters. 

Family travel: Diving into Corsica

A mountainous Mediterranean island with a French-Italian identity, Corsica offers the perfect blend of old towns and stunning beaches. And with new direct flights, it makes for an easy-access family break.
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A place in history: Corsica's top historical attractions

Whether it's prehistoric remains, links to the Odyssey or Roman ruins, Corsica has a long and rich history that's well worth exploring — here are three spots to start with
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Calvi, one of Corsica's most romantic spots

John Wilmott takes a trip to the perfect spot for romantics in Corsica
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The wonders of Corsican nature

John Wilmott discovers the outstanding beauty of the UNESCO-listed Scandola Nature Reserve
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Corsica: Island of adventure

The rocky cliffs and clear waters of Corsica make it the perfect place for outdoor adventurers to get out and about
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Delicious Corsica: Sampling the best of Corsican cuisine

The island of Corsica is a gastronomic dream, with wonderful local produce and mouthwatering traditional dishes to discover
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Walk it off: Hiking in Corsica

Home to one of the best long distance treks in Europe, hiking in Corsica can be a challenge or a gentle stroll — but always a delight
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Corsica's festival spirit

Find the musical heart of Corsican culture at one of the island's many festivals
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Discovering Corsican wine

Whether you prefer a rich red, a delicious rosé or a fresh, unusual white, Corsica has a wine for you