The Regional Nature Park of Corsica covers more than two thirds of the island. Five nature reserves protect some unique flora and fauna with the Cerbicale Isles that provide a sanctuary for crested cormorants, the Lavezzi Isles where 68 species of fish have been recorded, the Finocchiarola and Scandola Isles that are France’s leading land and sea reserve, and the Biguglia Pond where 127 species of aquatic birds nest.
With more than 2000 plant species, Corsica will dazzle you with colour.
The Corsica Regional Nature Park has set up a network of 1500 km of mapped paths to allow people explore the contrasts and colours of the island, whatever the season.
Source (Agence du Tourisme)