Combining sea and scrubland, hilltop villages and mountains, the destination offers a particularly attractive playground – and lends itself equally well to treasure hunts at sea with orienteering from beach to beach, and boating and swimming around stunning creeks with turquoise waters. Corsica’s landscapes are also particularly well suited to rallies, such as the historic Corsica tour and old car rally, the Corsica automobile club tour.
You can combine team-building with a range of sporting activities such as canyoning, scuba diving, sea kayaking, quad biking and 4X4 raids, horse riding, and mountain biking in the vineyards, on the cliffs or along the coastal paths. The wide open spaces offer an interesting alternative to outdoor gatherings, all at the heart of an unspoilt environment.
Itinerary packages combining sea outings with exploring mountain villages and meeting producers to taste local produce work very well. Likewise, the water raids including comfortable bivouacs on certain sites are highly appreciated and completely different!
In terms of culture and heritage, this is the ideal opportunity to organise a wine incentive and to arouse the curiosity of participants by offering workshops, cellar visits and oenology courses. Some wineries offer exclusive services based on a variety of formulas for all types of events led by professional sommeliers.
Numerous landmarks, churches and chapels throughout the region bear witness to the history and culture of the island. Culinary or sporting events can be organised to discover local produce accompanied by excellent wines – and of course, the rich cuisine really enhances any stay.
Incoming agencies specialised in hosting MICE stays offer different routes from Corsica’s four airports, allowing you to combine water sports and outdoor activities. Ajaccio and Bastia have numerous hotels equipped with seminar rooms, a conference centre for the city of Ajaccio, and rooms of great heritage interest for the city of Bastia. Calvi serves the Balagne region, while Figari serves the south and extreme south of the island. At the heart of these four territories, incentive activities are combined between the sea and the hinterland, mixing the diversity of the island's natural resources. The size of the groups varies from 10 to 200, rising to over 300 on certain operations supervised by DMCs (excluding congresses).