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At the foot of the Cap Corse peninsula lies the sheltered bay of St Florent, a bustling harbour town and the perfect base for an unforgettable holiday. Read more
Did you see the Hairy Bikers exploring Corsica? Their new show, Hairy Bikers' Mediterranean Adventure, can be seen on BBC2 or on BBC iPlayer. Read more
Be it a special birthday, a wedding anniversary, honeymoon, or family party, the island of Corsica is a wonderful location for a celebration. Read more
Welcome to Gaël de Pachtere, who has joined our wonderful team of reps covering St Florent and the north-east of the island. Read more
Corsica’s best known cheese, brocciu, is used in many traditional recipes, and this delicious hot dish makes a great winter warmer. Read more
Recreate the flavours of Corsica with this great cookbook, Recipes from Corsica, with hundreds of traditional dishes for you to try at home. Read more
During a recent holiday to Corsica's south east, I discovered some lovely eateries, ideal for making the most of the local cuisine. Read more
From cafes on the main square to family restaurants tucked down cobbled streets, there's a great choice of restaurants in L'Ile Rousse. Read more
Corsica is blessed with a diverse and unique cuisine. Here's our guide to what to eat in Corsica. Read more
Calvi, in the north of Corsica, is a wonderful town with an impressive citadel looking down over a luxury yacht-filled marina with a fantastic array of restaurants, cafes and bars to choose from. Read more
A mini guide to the excellent, yet largely little known, wines of Corsica. Read more
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