Our flights/packages (flights + hotel) for Corsica are available from 11th April 2020 until the 26th September 2020. Book now!
France is also the country which has the most Michelin-starred restaurants and which can boast an unparalleled cultural and artistic heritage. Furthermore, it has no fewer than 5,500 km of coastline on the Mediterranean, on the Atlantic facade and along the English Channel, with vertiginous cliffs, deserted bays and unending sandy beaches to discover.
The land of Napoleon offers much to impress even the most demanding of nature enthusiasts. Whether completing a circuit on foot, by car, bus or boat, visitors will marvel at the landscape and magnificent beaches. The immense natural riches on the land and in the sea have been preserved intact, and there are charming little bays, generous amounts of sunshine and delicious local cuisine. Whether arriving in Bastia in the north, Ajaccio or Calvi in the west, or Figari in the south, Corsica will welcome you with open arms and offer you a wonderfully varied and unforgettable holiday.
If the famous GR20 is beyond you, enjoy a smaller hike round the charming Cap Corse: the Sentier des Douaniers (Customs Officers’ Trail) can be completed in one day and is accessible to all.
Not to be missed: the Route des Artisans! This circuit offers the best of Corsica: lovely old villages, delicious local products for you to try, authentic crafts, pretty views and…herds of cows and goats…
The Sanguinaires Islands near Ajaccio are best visited at the end of the day to admire the sunset and see the amazing display of light between the sky and the sea.
And lastly: let yourself be enchanted by the famous polyphonic sounds of Corsica… concerts are held all over the island but the Festival of Calvi in September is a fine moment to enjoy.
Discover natural sites in Corsica on the land and in the sea!
From the deck of a boat, admire the spectacular cliffs of Bonifacio, the rocky coves of Piana or the wonderful Scandolah 1,000-hectare nature reserve.
Take an excursion inland to the Aiguilles de Bavella (rocky spikes of red granite), one of the most beautiful sites in the Corsican mountain range, or visit the ancient capital of Corte in the heart of the mountains.
Discover the island’s culture in the beautiful town of Calvi with its imposing citadel, or uncover its rich history in a visit to the old town of Ajaccio.
The town of Calvi is built at the foot of mountainous summits overlooking the sea. The lower part of the town looks over the port, while the area higher up is dominated by the Genoese citadel and its 16th-century ramparts. Stroll through the charming narrow streets and visit the church of Saint-Jean-Baptiste, built in 1862. Calvi airport is approx. 7 km away.
Approx. 30 km from Calvi airport. The village of Belgodère is situated between the attractive town of Ile Rousse (approx. 7 km) and St. Florent (approx. 40 km) in the heart of the beautiful region of Balagne. Well known for its wonderful beach at Lozari, Belgodère is also the ideal departure point for the superb Route des Artisans.
Approx. 24 km from Calvi airport and 85 km from Bastia airport. One of the oldest seaside resorts in Corsica, this peninsula still enjoys an excellent reputation among holidaymakers. Its fine, sandy beaches are only a short walk from the central square of Ile Rousse.
-Tourist tax must be paid while you are in Corsica.
-LuxairTours is represented by a local tour operator in Corsica. This agency is your contact point in Corsica and is available for assistance by telephone, regardless of the airport used by LuxairTours for your flight to the island. LuxairTours guests who arrive at Ajaccio or Bastia airport will be met personally by a representative from the local agency (‘Meet & greet service’). You will find all the details of the ‘meet & greet’ service in your travel documents.