Corsica is an island belonging to mainland France, the fourth largest one in the Mediterranean and located near the Côte d'Azur, Tuscany and northern Sardinia. It is a forested and mountainous territory where steep cliffs predominate.
Listed as "the island of beauty", Corsica has thousands of kilometres of coastline and is one of the ideal destinations for water sports enthusiasts. Although it is an area with little sun, it is full of vegetation, which is one of its charms.
This place is a paradise of beaches and mountains that exceed 2,000 metres in altitude, as is the case with Mount Cintu (2710m), the highest peak of this island. It also has several natural reserves.