Want £100 off your next holiday to Corsica?

Updated on Jun 22, 2018 by Stacey Parsons

Blog > Want £100 off your next holiday to Corsica?

Book between 22nd - 30th June 2018 and receive an extra £100 off your Corsica holiday.

Superb weather is quickly moving into the island of Corsica, so this is the perfect time to book a sun-filled holiday. That’s why we’re offering our customers up to an additional £100 off your Corsica holiday booking, valid on new package holiday bookings made between 22nd - 30th June 2018 using our Stansted to Calvi, Manchester to Calvi or Heathrow to Figari flights. The code you’ll need to quote over the phone or enter online is:


For £100 off package holidays




So why book a holiday to Corsica?

The beautiful climate

First thing’s first: Corsica’s lovely weather. Summer temperatures sit comfortably in very high mid or high-twenties, making this time of year perfect for those in search of a little adventure, or an activity-based holiday. Autumn also offers balmy temperatures in the mid-to-low twenties. So, not only did topping up your tan just get very easy, but so did embarking on an adventure or two.


Choose from a variety of holiday options

You’ll find that our holiday ideas page presents everything from villa and hotel holidays through to family escapes, walking breaks and hidden gems, so we’re confident that we can match you up with your ideal Corsican escape.

Above: 5* Hotel La Villa, Calvi. 

Above: GR20 trekking. istock photo. 


The beaches

For all the beach lovers out there, you won’t be disappointed with the variety of stunning coastline on offer in Corsica. Long strips of white sand and turquoise waters are a common feature, some with lots of facilities nearby and some amongst the most striking rugged landscapes, but all ideal for soaking up the sunshine.  

Above: L'Ile Rousse Beach. 


The food

When in Corsica, you’ll be met with a plethora of fantastic, locally sourced and fresh food, along with exceptional, and relatively unknown, Corsican wines. Sample wild boar, lamb, veal, and all manner of fresh seafood, along with a whole variety of cured meats and tasty cheeses. It's also always worth heading to a local market to sample and buy some treats! 


Why book with Corsican Places?

Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, which is why we endeavour to offer impeccable service, knowledgeable staff, support in-resort and an informative and honest approach. When you call, our reservations team are able to provide you with first-hand opinions from their own experiences should you wish, and they’re well equipped to answer any questions. If you go online, we’ve provided an online guide to each of the regions, along with what you can expect from your holiday in Corsica.

We aim to be as flexible as possible, in both our accommodation options and flights, offering departures from six UK airports. We’ve got villas, hotels, apartments, residences, walking holidays, accommodation-only options and touring in our portfolio, hand-picked by our experts so there’s something suitable for you no matter how many there are in your travel group, or what kind of holiday you desire.

Above: Villa Bumortu, Olmeto 

If we’ve managed to tempt you into finding out more about a holiday to Corsica, you can view our full list of accommodation here, alternatively why not check out the guide to help you choose a region to visit?

And in case it’s slipped your mind, remember we’re offering up to an additional £100 off new package bookings made between 22nd - 30th June 2018! Your code is: 18JUNE100.


Discount valid against new bookings only made between 22nd - 30th June 2018. Package holiday must include flights and accommodation. Not valid for flight only OR accommodation-only bookings​. Flight routes included are Stansted - Calvi, Manchester - Calvi and Heathrow - Figari. 

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