Visit South Corsica
The southern part of Corsica is centred around the town of Bonifacio, in its dramatic cliff top setting. Heading north we find the towns of Propriano and Ajaccio to the north-east ad porto-Vecchio to the north-west.
The southern part of the Corsica Natural Park also falls within southern Corsica.
Propriano is a town popular for its easy access to great beaches, stunning scenery and mountains
See Propriano guide
Porto Vecchio has an attractive marina and old town and easy access to stunning beaches
Sartene in Corsica is in a scenic position on a hilltop with an interesting old town and impressive views
See Sartene guide
Filitosa is an intresting colection of neolithic carvings and standing stones
See Filitosa guide
Palaghju has the largest number of prehistoric standing stones of anywhere in the Mediterranean
See Palaghju guide
Ajaccio, birthplace of Napoleon, also benefits from attractive beaches, Ajaccio cathedral and a citadel
See Ajaccio guide
Visit the the scenic peninsula of the Iles Sanguinaires, ideally by boat trip
The Col de Bavella is a mountain pass and series of rocky spires to the north-west of Porto-Vecchio
The southern part of Corsica is also well known for having some of the most magnificent beaches on the island - indeed some of the best in the Mediterranean.