Corsica: Costs

A little slice of heaven (out of peak season)

Corsica Costs

Corsica is known for being one of the more expensive Mediterranean islands. The expense has meant that there haven’t been huge amounts of tourists flooding the island and this has allowed for Corsica’s character and natural beauty to remain intact. However, it is possible to eat out for under 15 Euros in some restaurants and still get good quality food.

If you are looking for a low-cost Corsica holiday, why not travel during the cooler autumn months when the summer-weather lovers stay home? You can save up to 50% by holidaying in Corsica out of peak season. Another way to save money on a Corsica vacation is by staying in self-catering accommodation where you can enjoy a bbq with a backdrop of mountains or sea - as an alternative to paying high end hotel restaurant prices. Another option, and a good one for families, is finding an all inclusive package holiday to Corsica. These may be hard to come by, but are worth it if you are travelling with young children and don't need the freedom to roam far from your resort.