Some people like to go on holiday to a sunny island. To lie on the beach and to practice water sports. Others opt for a trip to a cultural destination, to experience a lot and to get new impressions. The cleverest among them combine these two options. Book a holiday home in Corse-du-Sud and all holiday wishes come true!
Fans of water sports will have a great time. Corsica is an island after all, known for its water sports. Anyone who loves surfing will spend a wonderful vacation. From a holiday home near the beach, it is just a small effort to be busy all day on the water.
All those who prefer to spend part of their vacation underwater are, in Corse-du-Sud, in the right place. Divers can wander endlessly underwater and maybe even see the bottom of the Mediterranean. Would you rather be held on or near the water? Swim, go kite surfing, jet skiing and wakeboarding, it is all possible.
In the cultural field too, there is a lot to discover. Visit the birthplace of Napoleon in the capital Ajaccio. But this is far from the only thing to do. The lighthouse, the Citadel pier, the port and the main square are all worth it. As for the citadel of Ajaccio and the Renaissance cathedral. The second city of the department is Porto-Vecchio. In the tourist centre and the upper city there are many cultural and historical sites. Nearby are even two prehistoric remains. Also visit the bastion and St. John the Baptist Church!
Bonifacio is more than a particular place, which lies on a steep rock at 80 meters above the sea. The ramparts and the old town are definitely not to be missed for all those who travel in Corse-du-Sud. Because all buildings are built very close to each other, it's a maze. There is also a 13th century church built by the famous Knights Templar. You will find several archaeological sites in Sartène. Anyone with a penchant for antiques is in its place. As hikers, who can meet the challenge of 200 km hiking trail of the GR20. It runss from Upper Corsica down to Lower Corsica and the entire path has a wonderful view of the sea.
Another special thing to do while on holidays in this beautiful French island, visiting the villages of Piana and Ota. Both villages have a population of only a few hundred people, but they are so beautiful that they are worth visiting to be photographed. These are the typical images of a postcard. The houses, bridges, forests and streets of these villages are typical of southern Corsica. Perfectly suited to those who appreciate the beauty of life.
In the department of Corse-du-Sud it is always possible to find a perfect holiday home. Maisonnera is happy to help!