Corsica is an island that saw the birth of Napoleon Bonaparte, thus making it a special attraction for holidaymakers. Wild and romantic, the hinterland where Monte Cinto reaches a height of 2707 m, is an invitation to discover the many interesting sites. The roads are winding and narrow, but paved for the most part. Because of the irregular shape of the island, it has created many inlets and small beaches all around to keep holidaymakers happy in the summer. Boats and ferries depart for Corsica from several French and Italian cities. Reservations are necessary for travel during the high season.
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