What to do in South Corsica?
Choosing South Corsica for your weekend or your holiday is to choose a total change of scenery and contrast. Between the fine sandy beaches and the cliffs, you will discover this beautiful island and its strong identity. Bonifacio, Ajaccio or other localities of South Corsica offer an urban landscape located between beaches and mountains. From there, a wide range of activities for the whole family in all seasons.
Where to eat in South Corsica?
Among the unmissable specialities of South Corsica are cheese specialities such as Brocciu, charcuterie dishes or chestnuts, or fish and seafood dishes. You will find these specialities in restaurants such as Charlotte's Cabanon in the port of Cargesse or La Gourmandise in Tiuccia. As for Ajaccio, you have the 20123, a good choice for tasting charcuterie and cheese dishes.
What to visit in South Corsica?
The beautiful towns of South Corsica, with their narrow streets and architectural heritage, are a must-see. The neighboring islands, the nature reserves, but also the seabed offer you the opportunity to discover the natural treasures of South Corsica. Located near the charming village of Zonza, the archaeological site of Cucuruzzu-Capula is home to ruins dating from the Bronze Age. Tours by bus or cruise can be arranged to make the most of your trip.
Where to walk in South Corsica?
Hiking and mountain biking tours are available for both sports lovers and families. The hike on the lake of Creno is very accessible and is very popular with children who can marvel at the pine forests along the way. The same applies to the Spelunca Gorge, where you can enjoy a swim in summer.