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A dream destination for a majority of French people, Corsica knows how to attract all eyes thanks to its sublime natural environment, which has earned it the title of "Island of Beauty". There are 178 campsites in Corsica, including 59 campsites by the sea. The island is indeed prized for its heavenly beaches, offering landscapes worthy of the most beautiful postcards. However, there is an impressive diversity of landscapes and reliefs in the land given the size of the island, the highest peak (Monte Cinto) culminating at 2710 metres!
We will offer you a selection of campsites in Corsica that are essential and close to the island's main attractions. On the price side, a week's camping in Corsica will cost you around 862€ in a mobile home for 4 people in low season and 1428€ in the week in high season. Concerning rental bookings, we note that the most beautiful campsites in Corsica (and especially those located by the sea) are generally almost full by the end of February. If you are looking for a campsite a little further inland you will have a little more time to book.
Choose a campsite in Corsica in the South
With 1000 km of coastline, Corsica has enough to satisfy those who dream of sunny holidays, idleness on beautiful white sandy beaches or varied water sports on the island, so we will start our trip with Corsica in the South. The capital of this region, Ajaccio, is located in the heart of the Sartenese region, considered as the territory of the origins of Corsica, because it includes various ancient sites (prehistoric sites such as Filosa and ruins of ancient castles). Sartène is undoubtedly the largest medieval village in Corsica. But let's return to Ajaccio and let's let ourselves be charmed by its gulf, one of the most beautiful in the world, rolling out a long beach to the Sanguinaires Islands, and by its old port leading to the old town with its typical alleys. To make your choice among all the campsites in Corsica, we recommend you to enjoy the videos that our team has shot. Many videos have been shot with a drone.
If you want a campsite in South Corsica near Ajaccio, we recommend camping Les Mimosas 2*, a modest and simple but not without charm, only 3 km from the port. You will be accommodated in the shade of the oaks in the heart of Corsican nature, enjoying a relaxing view of the surrounding hills, and in the extreme south of the island there are very beautiful campsites around Bonifacio, built in the heart of white stone cliffs, giving it its particularity. Its Genoese citadel, its caves and the possibility of heading out to the Lavezzi Islands, at the gateway to Sardinia, are all reasons to spend your holidays there, or at least to make a stopover there! We found the campsite La Rondinara 3*, located 500 m from the beach of the pretty bay of Rondinara, in the heart of nature. Swimming pool, playground and evenings are planned to ensure that everything is perfect.
On continuing our journey along the coast we reach Porto Vecchio, known for its beautiful citadel and marina. This festive city gathers jet-setters in search of oversized discos and dream beaches, named here Santa Giulia, Malombaggia or Cala Rossa. You can rest your suitcases in peace under the oaks of the Campo di Mare 3* campsite, and take a swim in the waters bordering the small beach of Pezza Cardo or in its beautiful swimming pool. You will only have to travel a few kilometres to reach the city centre and the other beautiful beaches of Porto-Vecchio. In the hinterland of Southern Corsica, the Alta Rocca region and its pretty granite villages, the Ospedale forest and its hiking trails, and of course the famous Corsican scrubland (and so many other jewels that we could talk about for hours!) have not finished amazing you.
Choose a campsite in Corsica in the North
If you are looking for a campsite in Haute Corse that is just as picturesque and enchanting, in the direction of Bastia, the second largest port in France. You will certainly visit its citadel and governor's palace, and enjoy a stroll along its ramparts with narrow alleys, while Cap Corse is an "island in the island", located in the far north. You will find a multitude of small fishing ports and picturesque villages, such as Rogliano, in the heart of the maquis. The Nebbio region is home to the village of Patrimonio and Saint-Florent, the most popular seaside resort in Corsica, which hosts sumptuous yachts and organises numerous events all year round (festivals, fairs, exhibitions, etc.) We suggest that you stay at Camping Kalliste 3*, 100 m from the beach and near the port, which is accessible via a footbridge. Children's games and entertainment will delight the whole family.
Downwards along the coast, we will pass by the Domaine d'Anghione 4* campsite in Castellare-di-Casinca, a top-of-the-range campsite with access to the sea, with a beautiful aquatic area with a pentagonal slide and many sporting activities (archery, aquagym, squash, etc.).
Further south, visit the village of Cervione and its cathedral as well as Aléria, the former Roman capital with an archaeological site.
In the centre of Corsica, in the most mountainous region of the island, lies Corte, the historic capital with a 15th century citadel. It is in the nearby Niolo region that mountain activities are practiced that some people come to Corsica to seek.
We will finish our trip to the northwest of the island, where we will first stop at L'Île Rousse, a popular seaside resort in Corsica, revealing a long sandy beach and numerous shops.
And here is the city of Calvi, the terminus of our epic, housed in the hollow of the most frequented gulf of Corsica, dominated by its citadel and appreciated by summer visitors for its marina. A last word on the region surrounding these two cities: being essentially agricultural, it is good to taste local products, represented by wine, olive oil and honey.
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