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Self-guided walking holidays are perfect for friends, families, couples and small groups that want to discover the real Corsica. Ideal for those who like to hike challenging mountain routes, as well as, those who enjoy easier weekend walking, it is a great way to explore a region and indulge your senses.
You can progress at your own pace and it really doesn’t matter what your mode of walking is, at Corsica Aventure, we have a walking holiday to suit your style.
Cycling is a great way to see Corsica. The 100th edition of the famous Tour de France, saw the Tour start in Corsica with 3 days of stunning scenery, whetting the appetite for the island for many an international cyclist.
Cycling holidays on road or racing bikes tackle the toughest climbs of Corsica; mountain bike holidays allow you to ride through rough and rocky terrain; leisure cycling holidays on e-bikes enable even the occasional cyclist to enjoy the Corsican landscape in the slow lane.
Our selection of hotels across Corsica covers a comprehensive range, from simple GR20 Refuges, to comfortable family run Auberge and the luxury and sophistication of Corsica 5* hotels. Hotels are the ideal base for a Corsican walking holiday, allowing you to explore the island at your own pace before relaxing at the end of the day in a great location.
Corsica Aventure is the leading walking holiday specialist in Corsica. We have 20 years experience of organizing Corsican Mountain trekking, walking and cycling holidays. Over the years, we have developed a range of active Corsican holidays for self guided walkers, as well as offering a choice of guided walks with a local guide taking in the best of Corsica. Click here for further details of our Ajaccio team.
We have extensive knowledge of the island and the walking, you can always speak to an English speaking expert for any queries, please don't hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark came to Corsica to guide for us over twenty years ago. He continued to work in the adventure industry and went on to guide around all the mountains of the world, he was finally brought to a halt in Cusco, Peru.
With mountains making up two-thirds of its landmass, a stunning coastline and a rich diversity of habitats, there is little wonder that Corsica is such a magnet for lovers of the outdoors, writes Michael Cowton, a journalist we invited to explore South Corsica with us late last year.
On the 8th September 2018, I waited outside the hotel Monte d’Oro at the Col de Vizzavona, a high mountain road pass in the centre of Corsica. The group was of particular interest to me, since it was headed up by Virgin and included Sir Richard Branson himself...
Beautiful wild coastal walks and a touch of adventure, a night in a remote lighthouse! New for 2019 this walking holiday offers a delightful mix of both mountains and sea along the beautiful South West Coast of Corsica.
Corsica's famous GR20 walking route is a breeze for eight-year-old Maddy – it's her dad who can't quite put his back into it. The hardest walking route in Corsica? I'l Bring the Family saw Kevin Rusby of the Guardian try out the GR20 with his kids.