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Our places to say in Corsica are dotted around this large holiday island, much loved by the French, two inland and one by the sea.
Corsica is a wonderful rugged place, with a turbulent history, looking like a mountain thrust up from the sea. Its inland scenery is wild and often surprising while the 960-km coastline has world-class sandy beaches, quiet coves, fishing villages, jagged headlands and tumbling cliffs. We have always wished we could find more of our kind of hotel here; we know plenty that are OK, but few which stand out.
Our short selection of places to stay on Corsica covers a range of accommodation – a village inn, a guesthouse and a seaside hotel. All have the qualities of hand-picked character and charm we seek out. One of our longstanding favourites is A Pasturella.