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Friendly Corsica

residence alivi 2, 20200, Corsica, France
+33 6 37 72 99 64
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Public Transport in Corsica

We didn't have a car and used public transport on our recent trip. 1. Ajaccio : The number 2 and 5... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2015
Ingridj53
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London, United Kingdom
A Great Train Ride

Visited Corsica on a cruise. Took the train ride to see the island. Beautiful beaches, a great... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2015
Betsy75
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New York
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Individual Guided tours with our guide Laura (guide interpreter graduated)Relate to travelers more as friends than clients!Convey a real image of Corsica, through simplicity and friendliness.Encourage exchange between travellers and locals.
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31 Aug 2015
“Public Transport in Corsica”
9 Aug 2015
“A Great Train Ride”
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Reviewed 31 August 2015

We didn't have a car and used public transport on our recent trip. 1. Ajaccio : The number 2 and 5 buses are cheap and take you along the coast and into town. 2. Ajaccio to Bastia : We took the train which was wobbly...More

Thank Ingridj53
Reviewed 9 August 2015

Visited Corsica on a cruise. Took the train ride to see the island. Beautiful beaches, a great place to visit. Looking forward to going back and spending more time at this Beautiful place.

Thank Betsy75
Reviewed 6 July 2015

Calvi, Corsica is one of the most charming towns found in the Mediterranean and a walking tour is a great way to see it. Once you leave the harbor area with yachts filling every slip, its uphill to see most of the sites and slightly...More

1  Thank Sandra B
Reviewed 19 May 2015

Would highly recommend Corsica as a place to visit as it has most of what most tourists look for. Beautiful scenery, great beaches, lovely villages and towns, friendly people and - in May - great weather and not too crowded. Am impressed that Corsican authorities...More

Thank alanaplin
Reviewed 13 May 2015

Visited Corsica off a cruise ship. Briefly it is a place where tourists come to buy things at overpriced cost.Very crowded, a lot of cars for narrow streets and walking can be scary because of this. We would not return.

Thank forkcreek
Reviewed 4 February 2015

Long time ago now... but so unspoilt ...cannot compare to anything since... holiday of a lifetime so diverse... surfing in the sea and climbing the corsican Alps....cannot think of much that rival this but south Africa in July (their winter) excellent and long to go...More

1  Thank Claire D
Reviewed 6 December 2014

On another med cruise we called into a seaport on Corsica called Calvi . It is a lovely little town with friendly people and nice little coffee shops . If your in the neighbourhood give it a try. Also the next seaport we went to...More

1  Thank John T
Reviewed 2 September 2014

The island of Corsica is a wonderful place for a beach vacation. Between the great beaches and magnificent water, you can't find a better place to visit. Staying near the center of Porto Vecchio gives you the opportunity to be near all the great shopping...More

1  Thank arubarob
Reviewed 5 August 2014

We moored just off Corsica with island Cruises whilst on amed cruise & cycled on the ships hired bikes for 17k with the ships guide. He was an experienced cyclist with a good knowledge of the islands history. What a beautiful place with friendly people....More

Thank Graham M
Reviewed 31 July 2014

We visited the beautiful island of Corsica on a recent Emerald Princess cruise. What a truly beautiful place. Small, friendly and very pretty. Whilst there we visited a nougat factory, an essential oils small holding and a winery. If you get a chance do visit...More

Thank yladtap
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