Corsica

Although Corsica is still ruled by France, one can hardly deny the Italian atmosphere the island exhales. The island is, except for a few cities on the coasts, such as Ajaccio and Bastia , not densely populated. As a result, Corsica still exists of vast areas of unspoiled scenery. Hence why its inhabitants (round and about a quarter of a million) call it the Island of Beauty to which you can probably only agree when you see the versatile character composed of lakes and snow-capped mountains.
Choose for yourself whether you want to visit the olive trees and vineyards, the little white towns in the countryside, see the cultural heritage of Napoleon in Ajaccio or explore the unspoilt snow-capped mountains from central Corte. Until youve decided on your travel plan, take a glass of Patrimonio wine, sit back on the beach at Calvi and enjoy the Island of Beauty.