With beautiful beaches and mountainous interior, Corsica hosts a huge range activities for all. Watersports are available on most major beaches including jet ski hire, flyboarding, waterskiing, parascending, inflatable rides, sea kayaks, sailing, windsurfing and paddle boarding. Corsica has intriguing dive sites for scuba divers and dive schools for beginners. There are many walking and cycling trails with breathtaking views and to explore the dramatic landscape and charming villages. Canyoning, Accrobranche (adventure parks), tennis, horse riding are also available and Sperone Golf Course is on the south east coast.
The crystal clear waters surrounding the island make for unrivalled snorkelling and sailing, and there are intriguing dive sites for experienced scuba enthusiasts whilst beginners are also well catered for.
Being an island, watersports are in plentiful supply on the majority of the major beaches of Corsica.
Exploring the beautiful island of Corsica on foot is a perfect way to truly appreciate not only the island's breathtaking views, but also its dramatic landscape and charming villages.
With its stunning coastlines, mountainous landscape and beautiful climate, Corsica is an ideal location for keen cyclists.
Following the wide network of hiking trails is an especially rewarding way of seeing Corsica, revealing a range of stunning landscapes accessible only on foot.
There are a few tennis clubs in some of the main towns and larger villages around the island (Calvi, L'Ile Rousse, Monticello and Propriano) who also hire out equipment.
Located just 4.5km east of Bonifacio, is Sperone golf course. A number of our featured accommodations are within a short drive of the course, and the staff will be happy to help you with booking a tee time.
With vast tracts of beautiful countryside and hundreds of idyllic beaches to explore, horse riding is the perfect way to enjoy the spectacular Corsican scenery.
Literally translated these mean 'Tree Climbing' and 'Iron Path' and involve walking rope bridges and suspended pathways in the trees and scaling rock faces on metal cables and ladders.