Short breaks in Corsica
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Whisk yourself away to Corsica for a few days of sunshine from spring 2019 - short breaks are COMING SOON!
Perhaps you need a break from your busy day-to-day lifestyle, and taking a whole week off isn't really an option, or you've got a few days free and want to make the most of them with a little holiday? Short breaks in Corsica will become a reality for our customers from spring 2019, and we couldn't be happier to offer you the chance to see the Island of Beauty during a short break.
Why consider a Corsica short break?
Short breaks in Corsica can encompass a whole host of different holiday styles - beach lovers can embrace the stunning coastline close to St Florent in the north of the island, or head to Valinco and the West Coast for a more rugged, yet incredibly visually captivating experience.
One of many beaches along the Valinco coast
City breaks are also a wonderful way to embrace Corsican culture, alongside fantastic food and things to see and do. Ajaccio, the capital of the island and largest city is most famous as the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte, so exploring the national museum alongside the stunning old town and beautiful coastline offers a memorable mini-holiday experience. You can find out more about what there is to do in Ajaccio in our top 10 blog post.
Corsica is nice and easy to get to
Corsica is also an ideal destination to consider for a short break due to the ease of getting there. Just a speedy two-hour flight from London and one only hour ahead of the UK, you'll be relaxing under the sun in no time at all. What's more, many of our short break packages will come with a hire car included, so you can head off and explore until your heart's content.
Choosing accommodation for your short break in Corsica
Our ever-expanding accommodation collection means you've always got plenty of choice when it comes to choosing a hotel, villa, apartment or residence. We'll be able to let you know what's available for short breaks as soon as they go live, but until then, why not take a look at what takes your fancy in and around the north east or Valinco and the West Coast?
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