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Corsica Cycling and Walking Tours


Corsica is an island off the south eastern Mediterranean coast of France, known world-wide as the “Island of Beauty.” Get seduced by its rare natural beauty whose landscapes have been shaped by the winds and sea. Explore the small hidden bays, plunging cliffs, and unique Mediterranean vegetation. See the landmarks of an exceptional historical heritage. Discover the authentic lifestyle, traditions, and a one of a kind local gastronomy. Best of all, enjoy the mild Mediterranean climate.

Corsica, often referred to as the « Island of Beauty », is a hidden gem in the heart of the Mediterranean. Its diverse landscapes offer a unique blend of sparkling coastlines, rugged mountain ranges, and lush forests, making it an ideal destination for cycling enthusiasts. As you pedal through its winding roads, you’ll be captivated by the picturesque villages, ancient ruins, and breathtaking panoramic views. The island’s diverse terrains challenge both casual bikers and seasoned cyclists, ensuring an adventurous ride. From the cliff-hugging roads of Cap Corse to the tranquil paths of the maquis-covered hills, each turn presents a new, enchanting scene. After an exhilarating day on the saddle, indulge in Corsica’s rich gastronomy with local specialties like figatellu and brocciu. Embark on a cycling journey in Corsica and let its natural beauty and cultural charm captivate your senses.

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French fusion

Positioned close to France and Italy, both renowned for their gastronomy, Corsican cuisine benefits from their influence. Boar meat, however, is a delicacy enjoyed more exclusively in Corsica, where the animals live wild.


As an island, Corsica has a great many coastal resorts. Whilst some have pebble beaches, others benefit from fine sand. Pine forests provide a welcome backdrop to many of these beaches and are an excellent place to enjoy a picnic.

Into the wild

The Regional National Park of Corsica extends across two thirds of the island. Top spots amongst its flora and fauna are: Mediterranean maquis, golden eagles and ospreys. Designated footpaths will take you from coast to coast or across mountains if you prefer. The Scandola Nature Reserve forms part of the park and has been designated a World Heritage Site.

Local products

Choose one of Corsica’s own locally produced wines to accompany meals incorporating regional produce such as goats’ milk and ewes’ milk cheeses, chestnuts, honey and clementines.

You can also find your Croatia bike tour, your Guadeloupe bike tour or your Italy bike tour.