For fine cuisine: enjoy food sourced from local producers
Corsica has a climate perfect for gardening and agriculture! Whether you’re looking for meat, cheese, fruit or vegetables, small producers can meet our needs as consumers all year round, in the simplest of ways: through local food networks! It’s also easy to come by organic produce, delicatessen products, cakes and even Corsican-made drinks. Do your shopping...at the island’s markets or buy directly from the producer!
Browse our selection of the best websites set up to showcase our Corsican producers
Facebook groups: from producer to consumer 2B / from producer to consumer 2A - Cumprà nustrali!
For somewhere to sleep: stay in environmentally responsible accommodation
Corsica has plenty of visitor accommodation committed to clean, environmentally-respectful tourism. Meeting specific criteria, these offer stays that combine eco-tourism with comfort and high quality service so that your stay in Corsica helps preserve our natural heritage.
See here for a list of environmentally-committed accommodation providers and a selection of articles on sensible, responsible tourism:
For culture and heritage: learn about Corsica while respecting the environment
A holiday in Corsica can be filled with learning and discovery! Have fun while exploring the island’s history, its natural heritage and its fauna and flora...Flowers, turtles and tortoises, eco-museums and parks: go and discover all the curiosities that make Corsica what it is!
Check out our list of places that will give you a fun-filled learning experience:
For activities: try soft mobility
If there’s anywhere perfect for soft mobility, it’s Corsica! With its varied natural heritage, Corsica is a playground for adults and children alike, whether you come as a family, as a couple or solo. You can choose between sea, mountains or rivers or experience them all!
Sea kayaking, canyoning, electric cycling, paddle-boating, yoga and more...Discover our selection of outing ideas!
For well-being: discover slow tourism
Ever heard of slow tourism? If you haven’t, it can be summed up as follows: taking your time, enjoying the present moment, far from the crowds and off the beaten track. Not so easy? How about...Discovering a village, a speciality, or an out-of-the-ordinary holiday home?
Follow us for a tailor-made itinerary!