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Coatia or Corsica for honeymoon late June/early july?

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Hi! My fiancee and I are getting married in Colorado in June and we were initially thinking of going to Croatia to explore and have beach time, and possibly go to Slovenia….after some research and conversations with friends and other travelers, we got swayed to check out Corsica. We have some time to plan but find ourselves wavering between Corsica and Croatia on an almost daily basis!

We could fly from Denver to Zagreb, explore the city and Pulitces National Park, then fly to Split and take a sailboat around the islands on the coast, end in Dobrovnik and explore and fly home from there.

Or we could fly from Denver to Bastia, explore the north and wine country, head to Porto by car and see Les Calanques and then take train or drive to Ajaccio, Les Sertainas to Bonafaccio and then head home from Ajaccio.

Does anyone have any ideas, suggestions, comments about which itinerary or country may be more suited to our desire to have a romantic honeymoon filled with relaxation, culture, sightseeing, beach….

Anything helps!

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