Corsica Car Hire

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The fourth-largest island in the Mediterranean, Corsica sits west of the Italian peninsula and southeast of the French mainland. Although Corsica is one of France’s 18 regions, there’s a significant Italian influence here. The capital is Ajaccio, the second-largest town is Bastia and the population of around 330,000 is governed by the Corsican Assembly, which has some devolved powers. This reasonably small island boasts an astonishing level of topographical diversity  ̶  drive around and you’ll see everything from beautiful beaches and bustling coastal cities set around sparkling bays to verdant valleys and rustic villages tumbling down from vertiginous mountains.

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Guide to Corsica

The official languages here are French, Corsican and Ligurian ̶ a linguistic diversity that only reflects a little of the island’s varied past. There’s an age-old debate about the origins of the island’s name, but the ancient Greeks called it various names including ‘Corsis’, ‘Cyrnos’, and ‘Cernealis’ and the etymology of at least some of these means ‘of the Sirens’ – those mystical females from Homer’s Odyssey. Populated since at least the Mesolithic era, Corsica has variously been occupied by the Carthaginians, Ancient Greeks, Etruscans and Romans. Famous philosopher Seneca was exiled here and it’s also the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte. As well as its sublime scenery, there’s history aplenty!

Things to do in Corsica

There’s lots to do in Corsica, from exploring rambling hilltop villages to snorkelling in undersea kingdoms. Beautiful beaches include Loto and Calvi in the north and Pinarello in the south. Hiking in the island’s rugged interior is also popular, and seeing the island by boat is also brilliant, with the UNESCO Nature reserve and Girolata village accessible by sea.

Eating out in Corsica

You’ll find a variety of eateries in Corsica’s towns and villages, but you’ll love the traditional Corsican cuisine, with dishes that often include a fusion of flavours including locally gathered chestnuts and herbs, artisan honey and cheese, as well as charcuterie made from wild boar that roam free here.

Getting about in Corsica

Drive on the right in Corsica.Seatbelts must be worn in the rear and front of your car. The main airport here is Ajaccio Napoleon Bonaparte (AJA).

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Car hire in Corsica start at €11.60 a day,
The distance between Corsica and Lyon is of 511 miles.
The distance between Corsica and Paris0 is of 762 miles.