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Corsica: hikes and history amid white sands and red wines

From terracotta retreats in Sartene to beachside villas in Calvi, and on to elegant mansions in Porto-Vecchio, our luxury villas in Corsica offer a unique touch of class. Sumptuous living combines with tasteful furnishings, and splashes of luxury like private swimming pools, ensures you can really make the most of Corsican life. With countless white sandy beaches, a diverse range of cuisines, and an average 300 days of sunshine a year, a Corsican break offers the ultimate peaceful escape.

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Places to stay in Corsica
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About Corsica

In addition to sun and sand, Corsica is famed for its challenging mountain hikes, historical sites and some of the best cuisine in the Mediterranean. It really offers something for everyone, and the same can be said of our villas. With everything from modern pools to private chefs, our selection of luxury villas in Corsica are hand-picked to help you make the most of your stay. All are ideally located, close to the most beautiful parts of this venerable island but far away from the noise and the crowds.

Dotted with fishing villages, sheltered inlets and pretty coves, Corsica’s 1,000km coastline begs to be explored. Larger tourist beaches also accommodate families, while remaining impressively clean. As you’ll discover, the crystal waters lapping Corsica’s shores could rival any in the Caribbean. But don’t take our word for it – explore the island for yourself. On warm summer days, windsurfing, kite surfing and wake boarding are popular pastimes.

It’s not just sea and sand that attract visitors to this dazzling island. Corsica’s many coastal paths make for lazy gentle walks, while inland mountains offer more strenuous hiking for those who prefer a challenge. Then, of course, there’s fine Mediterranean dining and Corsica’s sprawling vineyards. Sample some excellent vintages on a winery tour and perhaps you can grab a bottle or two to enjoy back at your villa, just in time for sunset.

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