Combine your holiday in Corsica with two other beautiful Mediterranean islands, Sardinia and Sicily.
Sardinia is 8 miles south of Corsica accessed by a 50 minute ferry journey from Bonifacio in southern Corsica to Santa Teresa on the northern tip of Sardinia. Sicily is approximately 220 miles from Sardinia (Cagliari to Trapani) and can be reached by a short flight or longer ferry crossing.
This is a great opportunity to visit equally beautiful and relatively unspoilt islands, both of which have rugged mountains, stunning scenery and a selection of beautiful beaches.
Just Corsica can advise and book accommodation in Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica, with any day arrival and departure and any length of stay (subject to availability). We can also advise and book flights and ferry options that suit you.
There are flights from regional airports in the UK to Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica with easyJet, Ryanair, Meridiana and BA and between Sardinia and Sicily with Ryanair and Meridiana and Volotea. For advice on the best route for you, please call our Reservations Team on
We have set out a sample combination to incorporate these 3 islands but we are happy to tailor make a trip suited to your requirements, your choice of accommodation and your sense of adventure!
Sicily - Day 1: Fly from the UK to Catania on the east coast of Sicily for 4 nights B&B at the 4 star Hotel Monte Tauro set into the cliffside in Taormina enjoying uninterrupted sea views spanning the Bay of Naxos to Mount Etna.
Sardinia - Day 5: Fly from Catania to Olbia in the north east of Sardinia for 5 nights B&B at the 4 star Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites, a great family run hotel with a stunning beach location, friendly service, excellent restaurant, and panoramic views and sunsets.
Corsica - Day 10: Travel to Santa Teresa port (66km) and take the ferry to Bonifacio in Corsica. Pick up a hire car and drive to the 4 star Hotel Cala di Greco, a luxurious hotel with swimming pool, set in lovely gardens overlooking Bonifacio.
Please note that each person must pay a city tax locally at the Hotel Monte Tauro.
Set on the hillside of Monte Tauro, Taormina enjoys views over the Straits of Messina to the Italian mainland and also to Mount Etna. It is a very cosmopolitan town with excellent shops, designer boutiques, restaurants and café bars lining cobbled streets and alleys high above the picturesque beaches below. There are several historic attractions including the Greek Theatre which draws artists and tourists from all over the world.
From here there are magnificent views over the Gulf of Olbia to the dramatic Isola Tavolara beyond. The little town of Golfo Aranci has a few shops, gelaterias and pizzerias. On the south of the peninsular are numerous coves and bays with white sand and electric turquoise sea, ideal for swimming and snorkelling.
Standing at the southernmost tip of the island atop the sheer white chalk cliffs is the old town of Bonifacio. An intriguing maze of narrow, cobbled streets and tall Genoese tenements leading down via steep steps to the chic, buzzing marina that attracts yacht owners from around the world, the town has a unique allure. The Haute Ville – the original part of the town – is certainly well worth exploring with its selection of shops, cafés, bars and restaurants. There are also a number of beautiful beaches within easy driving distance.
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