The best way to discover Corsica and the unmatched splendour of its Mediterranean landscapes is from the sea. Its 1047 km of coastline offers an extraordinary diversity of sites: a seemingly endless succession of typical little fishing ports, isolated creeks, lively marinas, cliffs, calanques (deep rocky inlets) and vast beaches of fine sand.
The crystal-clear water is an irresistible invitation to sample the pleasures of the sea, while the visitor venturing inland will be greeted with superb scenery and a host of treasures. In spring, you can already count on summer weather with temperatures of 25°C.
In summer itself, those in search of peace and quiet will be able to choose from a wealth of deserted creeks. The winds are moderate with pleasant warm breezes. The sea is still warm in autumn, and with the summer fever now a distant memory, you can look forward to an even warmer welcome in the seaside resorts and marinas.
Source (Agence du Tourisme)