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FIRST STOP :CORSICA
Did you ever fall in love at first sight? We have a few times and the most recent time was our visit to the gorgeous French island of Corsica. This is the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte and many notables are moving to and vacationing in this relatively unpopulated holiday mecca.
Located as you know directly off the coasts of Italy and Monaco/France, in the Ligurian Sea, this delicious country looks and feels like Tuscany meeting the Caribbean Sea. Gorgeous waters crystal-like and pure, hugging the gently rolling low mountain ranges. The low mountains , really soft hillsides, are lush with grape vines and plants of all Mediterranean types. Sandy sunny beaches with few rocks that get under your blanket are all over the 621 miles of pristine coastline Azure blue waves, white/ tan sand and breezes kissing the many little bays offer great getaway spots and privacy when you want it or a fun little cafe' packed with locals. It offers over 200 SPECIFIC beaches but so much more for those who like inland experiences too.
Every sport is available at different times of the year from wake boarding to cross country biking and hiking and the Corsican food is a delicious amalgam of French,Italian, North African and a bit of their own inventions based on fresh produce, lamb, beef, seafood , cheeses and poultry along with wonderful Corsican herbs and fresh water rich with minerals.
Take a glance at this handful of photos from a recent trip to Corsica, we promise to add more photos and information on Corsica soon!
Next blog post will be about Sardinia.
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Unlike it's sister island nation Sardinia, Corsica uses mostly French as Sardinia is mostly Italian. We love them both.
Blues of every hue contrast against golds.