Mountains & Villages Of Corsica

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Explore island landscapes in Corsica

Details

Duration: 8 Days
Starts in: France
Group Size: 4-16

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start Bocognano.

Train to Tavera; Woodland walk to ancient menhir (standing stone). Train back to Bocognano; Circular walk to Cascade du Voile de la Mariee. 

  Train journey to Vivario; walk to Tattone and onto the Vecchio River where it may be possible to swim. Ascend to Vizzavona and train to Bocognano.  

Train to Corte; walk along the rugged Tavignano valley and back to the historic town of Corte. Return by train to Bocognano

Free day for an optional trip by train to Ajaccio and its beaches, or to relax in Bocognano.

Train to Vizzavona from where we enjoy a walk along the famous GR20 to Bocca Palmente.

Walk directly from the hotel to the Gravona River; walk along the Gorge of Richjusa and back to Bocognano.

End Bocognano.

Additional Information

Caught between France and Italy, yet with its own cuisine, culture and language, Corsica is a land of dramatic beauty. With the sandy beaches of the Mediterranean just 40km from the island’s pink granite peaks, Corsica offers a range of different terrain in a small and diverse island full of surprises. Based in the village of Bocognano, the quaint mountain railway gives easy access to some of the island’s best walking routes, covering mountain passes, rockpools and pine forests from the central highlands to the sea.

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