If you like mountains, you will love Corsica. It is the most mountainous island in the Mediterranean with more than 100 peaks over 2000 metres high. Everywhere you look you will see magnificent landscapes in a protected setting.
The mountains make up the heart of Corsica and provide the setting for island traditions and even the very identity of the islanders themselves. As you walk about, you will discover that Corsican hospitality is far from a myth. In this abundance of nature,water is never far away.
With its thermal springs, spectacular waterfalls, natural pools, rivers full of fish, mountain lakes, Corsica is a veritable water tower where you will enjoy taking time to recharge your batteries.
For lovers of sport, canyoning is practised from mid-April to November, with canoeing and kayaking and rafting available from February to the end of May.
If your preferred element is air, why not take the opportunity to explore Corsica by paraglider. From Cap Corse to Nebbio, via Castagniccia, Niolo and Balagne, it is sure to take your breath away. Another way to explore the heights is by climbing. Beginners must be encouraged to join in. Professional instructors are on hand to help you explore the most beautiful areas and will enjoy sharing their passion for the island with you.
Source (Agence du Tourisme)