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Resorts in Corsica
The resorts in Corsica are all beautiful and idyllic. From the quiet, peaceful resorts to the more bustling areas Corsica has stunning places to enjoy. The beaches in Corsica are regarded as some of the most gorgeous in Europe and for beach-lovers a holiday in Pianottolli is highly rated. Because this spot on Corsica's south-eastern tip fixes its gaze firmly on a glorious beach it is perfect for idling on the sands. This is a great spot to relax and read a book, sunbath in warm rays and even enjoy some snorkelling. There are also some lovely beach bars nearby. The small centre of Pianottolli has shops and eateries and the nearby Bonifacio has a beautiful cliff top citadel as well as boat excursions to Sardinia. Propriano is another popular resort in Corsica with a charming harbour. Nestling in the alluring Valinco Gulf, Propriano cascades down the hillsides to a palm fringed waterfront. This is a glamorous part of Corsica with a beautiful promenade, terraced restaurants, traditional houses and modern hotels. Propriano's main street has numerous shops and other eateries. This is a beautiful town to wander around and not to mention the gorgeous sandy bays and coves there are to take advantage of. For the sand and sun lovers holidays to Santa Giulia are ideal. A cluster of hotels and houses spread around a spectacular bay on Corsica's south east corner, this resort has a beach that is stunningly beautiful. Holidaymakers to Santa Giulia go for undisturbed beach basking. This is the perfect sanctuary for bronzing your body, relaxing in the sea and trying sports like sailing and windsurfing. And because there's only a handful of restaurants and bars in the area you'll be left in peace to do enjoy Corsica. The capital of Corsica, Ajaccio, is a great resort if you enjoy historical sites. Lanes pulsing with character and fascinating shops are great places to take pleasure in as well as Ajaccio’s elegant plazas. There are some great fresh food restaurants marrying French and Italian culinary influences. Culturally there's plenty of interest, thanks to the town's museum and monuments to its iconic son, Napoleon Bonaparte. There is also a Fesch museum, dripping with Italian masterworks. Calvi is another very popular resort in Corsica which is steeped in medieval history whilst oozing modern-day glamour. There’s something for everyone in calvi, from food-and beach-lovers to culture vultures, socialites and outdoor enthusiasts. The town is located within the beautiful rugged mountains and scented pinewoods. The beach has some attractive views and is a good spot to enjoy water sports. The marina has cafes to sit outside whilst watching the luxury yachts move in and out of the bay. Calvi has interests for those who enjoy sightseeing with the fortress that guards the town and the old quarter has some shops and eateries to enjoy. In the evening many people cosy up at waterfront eateries to savour Corsican seafood, surrounded by music and a great starlit atmosphere. Corsica has so much to offer in terms of resorts. Wherever you are you won’t be too far from a stunning beach and a beautiful mountain landscape.
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