Corsica Travel Guide
A locals guide through Corsica, France with Faithfull Girl Julie Sergent Ferreri.
“What To Do & Where To Go: ”
I love to go on hikes in Corsica. The island is full of amazing trails for all levels. Easy & short ones that you can do with our friends or in family while chatting about life, and harder ones for those who like to walk for hours and discover amazing landscapes. What’s lovely in Corsica is that you have both mountains & sea shores. During Summer I recommend to either go hiking in the morning or just before dark, to avoid big heat. If you’re an early bird, you can see amazing sunrise.
My favorite location for Holidays is Cap Corse. It’s a great road trip to go there. As I love quiet moments it’s the perfect destination for me to rest and spend time with my family. You can do a lot of activities there : boat, hikes, chilling on the beautiful beaches etc One of my holidays favorite activities is definitely to see the beautiful sunset on the beach.
“Where To Eat & Where To Stay: ”
If you are a pizza addict just like me, I can warmly recommend you to go to Papacionu in Ajaccio. It’s amongst the best pizza I’ve ever eaten. The crust and toppings are unbelievable. I’m vegetarian, so I have to confess most of my diet is made out of pizza & cheese.
If you can, I invite you to go for a stay at Misincu hotel in Cap Corse. It’s a five stars hotel, with beautiful decoration located in an amazing environment with a great view on the sea. They have a super restful spa & a beautiful restaurant.
I’d definitely recommend to stay at Murtoli. The place is beautiful and well deserve its 5 stars. It’s fancy but not a show off place, which is quite appreciated when you only want to spend good time with friends & family.
“Best Way To Travel: ”
We have 4 airplanes in Corsica (Ajaccio, Bastia, Calvi & Figari) and you can also arrive through boats from all big European port.Once you arrive on the island, you definitely have to rent a car so you’re free to explore the island as you like. During Summer, planes and boats tickets are quickly very expensive, so you’d better plan your holidays ahead