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France: Walking on Corsica

France: Walking on Corsica

France: Walking on Corsica Overview

Mystic menhirs; ancient cave dwellings; uncrowded walking; small cities with imposing citadels and welcoming restaurants; typical Kudu hotels; food from rustic to fine and good metropolitan and local wine: Corsica presents a perfect 11-day excursion. With two dates in 2023, we have showcased spring flowers and autumn colours of this island.

Corsica: the French region with more than a touch of Italian

Ruled by Carthaginians; Greeks; Romans; Lombards; a Pope; Pisans; the Genoese from 1284 to 1768; a Bank; a German King; the French; the British (twice) and finally the French again, this island of polyglot people and polychrome churches opens up its charms to the discerning Kudu and enthrals the easy walker.

It is said that the name derives from the ancient Greek for the island of the Sirens, as in the Odyssey and we trust that few can resist Corsica’s siren call.

Direct flights from London facilitate an easy journey to Bastia. Roads are winding, but wide and our walking will suit every taste.

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