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40 campsites in France, Corsica

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Located by the sea and surrounded by eucalyptus and juniper trees the 100% pedestrianized Cap Sud holiday village welcomes you to a relaxing holiday...

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This attractive site has direct access to a very pleasant, 300 m. sandy beach. It is situated on level grass and sand with many trees...

Set on 15 acres and are shaded by olive, pine and eucalyptus trees, the pitches at Olmeto’s Camping Vigna Maggiore in southern Corsica are simple...

Camping Les Castors is located 800 metres from the fortified citadel of Calvi and is less than a 15-minute walk to Calvi's, the town centre...

This is a relaxed, informal, spacious site alongside an extraordinarily long and beautiful beach. Riva Bella is open all year and is exclusively naturist from...

This naturist site is situated alongside a 3 km. beach of fine sand and has been owned by the same family for 40 years. There...

Torraccia is located between two sandy beaches with a pleasant panoramic view of Chiuni beach and the neighbouring valley. The nearest beach is five minutes...

Yelloh! Camping Le Campoloro is situated on the east coast of Corsica. A stay here will provide the opportunity to discover Corsica's churches, monasteries, museums...

This is a pleasant and large, non-textile naturist campsite on the Chiappa peninsula with 200 pitches, some with good sea views, for touring and tents...

Just as spectacular as the coastline is Corsica’s mountainous interior and by getting off the N200 this exceptional little campsite can be discovered. In a...

Camping la Pinède offers 185 touring pitches, all with 4-16A electricity and is planted throughout with gum trees. The pitches are marked and level and...

San Damiano is a family site and makes an excellent night halt and a suitable base for visiting Bastia, the northeast of the island, or...

Camping U Sommalu is between the west coast of Corsica and the mountains to the north and east. This is a family-friendly site a kilometre...

Perla di Mare is a traditional and very pleasant beachside accommodation village (no touring pitches), where all the main facilities are close to the soft...

Le Panoramic enjoys magnificent views across the Golfe d’Ambroggio. It is a simple family run site with 100 pitches laid out in terraces, shaded by...

A small, pleasant family site, Campo di Liccia has a good ambience. It is fresh and clean and the owners have spent much time and...

The views from the facilities at this site are stunning, over the rolling hills and coast. ‘The great outdoors’ describes this campsite which is away...

Bella Vista is a six-hectare site in an excellent holiday location, just one kilometre from the centre of Calvi and 700 m. from a beautiful...

Camping Santa Lucia is a small, friendly, family run site in a delightful southern Corsican setting. Behind the little reception hut is a simple and...

Arinella is a smart, lively, site with a strong family orientation, on Corsica’s east coast. There are 137 good sized touring pitches with 10A electricity...

Corsica

The island of Corsica is both dramatic and beautiful. The scenery is spectacular with bays of white sand lapped by the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean. At certain times of the year the entire island is ablaze with exotic flowers, aided by Corsica’s excellent sunshine record.

Corsica is regarded by some as the jewel of the Mediterranean islands and is made up of two départements: Haute Corse (upper Corsica) and Corse du Sud (southern Corsica). The island has endured a bloody history, having being much disputed by the Greeks, Romans and Lombards. Five hundred years of Italian rule has influenced the look of the island with Italian-style hilltop hamlets and villages developed alongside mountain springs. Many of the villages feature rustic, unadorned churches and also a few Romanesque examples too.

The variety of scenery is spectacular. Across much of this stunning island of France one can discover dramatic gorges, glacial lakes, gushing mountain torrents and magnificent pine and chestnut forests. You’ll also experience the celebrated perfume of the Corsican maquis: a tangled undergrowth of fragrant herbs, flowers and bushes that fills the warm spring and summer air.

Campsite like Camping Torraccia and Camping Restonica are situated not far from the the highest mountains which lie to the west, whilst down the south campsite like Camping U-Farniente de Pertamina Village and Camping Campo di offer a more relaxed camping experience.