Corsica is charming, wild, unique and interesting

As the fourth largest island in the Mediterranean, Corsica has it all—delightful port towns; rugged mountains and ribbons of shoreline with soft sandy beaches; medieval towns and sweet hillside villages. Corsica also has a fascinating history, with its mash-up of cultural influences from Italy, North Africa, and France. Many locals speak an Italian dialect, though the island is French, and religious processions still take place through the cobblestone streets.

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