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Trip Report Recent Trip : Corse / France.

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Hello everyone !

Here are some tips for all those who wish to travel to Corsica.

It takes two hours flight from Paris to Bastia.

My home was in Venzolasca, 20 minutes from Bastia. This is a charming village. The beach is not the best, but it 's not crowded, which allows for peace of mind.

I went to Saint Florent. We can consider this city as mini-Saint-Tropez of Haute-Corse because of those who occupy the large yacht harbor. There are very good restaurants serving mainly seafood platters.

I also went to Ile Rousse in Haute Corse. Nearby, there are outstanding views to enjoy the sunset.

Then I went into the forest Aïtone in the mountains.(Altitude between 800 and 2000 meters).

I also visited Calvi and Porto.

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