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Plan: Tour of Corsica

- Three weeks to explore as much as possible!

Gorges de Spelunca

The Gorges de Spelunca are a scenic highlight east of Porto in Corsica, best explored by following an ancient mule trail below the cliffs

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Filitosa

Filitosa is a very interesting collection of neolithic carvings and standing stones in an attractive setting

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Bonifacio

An ancient town with a dramatic cliff-top setting. Bonifacio is a highlight of any visit to Corsica

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Scandola Nature Reserve

Scandola Nature Reserve, on the coast of western Corsica, is one of the natural highlights of a visit to Corsica

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Porto

Porto is a pleasant resort close to the Calanches de Piana. It is a good base for visiting the Calanques.

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Evisa

Evisa is a village near Porto in western Corsica, well placed for hiking the Gorges de Spelunca and Aitone Forest

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Ota

Ota is a pretty village near Porto in western Corsica and a popular starting point for hiking the Gorges de Spelunca and Aitone Forest

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Calanches de Piana

The calanches of Piana are exceptionally scenic rock formations on the coast of western Corsica near Porto.

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Piana

Piana is an attractive village overlooking the Calanches de Piana. The Calanches de Piana are outstandingly beautiful.

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Girolata

Girolata is a quiet and remote beach and village on the coast near Porto in western Corsica

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Lac de Creno

The lac de Creno is an attractive tree-ringed lake in the heart of the Corsica Natural Park

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Cargese

Cargese was originally founded as a 'Greek town' in south-west Corsica. There is a popular resort nearby

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Gorges de la Restonica

The Gorges de la Restonica are beautiful scenic gorges a short distance south of Corte.

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Propriano

Propriano is a town popular for its easy access to great beaches, stunning scenery and mountains

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Sartene

Sartene in Corsica is in a scenic position on a hilltop with an interesting old town and impressive views

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Palaghju

Palaghju has the largest number of prehistoric standing stones of anywhere in the Mediterranean

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Ajaccio

Ajaccio, birthplace of Napoleon, also benefits from attractive beaches, Ajaccio cathedral and a citadel

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Bavella

The Col de Bavella is a mountain pass and series of rocky spires to the north-west of Porto-Vecchio

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Iles Sanguinaires

Visit the the scenic peninsula of the Iles Sanguinaires, ideally by boat trip. Views over the islands are beautiful.

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Porto-Vecchio

Porto Vecchio has an attractive marina and old town and easy access to stunning beaches

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Calvi

Calvi is a town and resort in north-west Corsica well known for the historical citadel and old town and for its long sandy beach

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Calenzana

Calenzana is one of the Balagne villages and is a popular starting point for the GR20 walk across Corsica

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