Island of Corsica is a perfect location for numerous sorts of holidays for singles or families. First of all, the Island of Corsica is a place for hikers, beach fans and all who likes nature. The main attractions of island are pretty high mountains, sunny beaches, picturesque towns and villages, and points with view to region like old towers.
Hiking in Corsica
There are many trails through island where you can cross Corsica on foot if you like. One of the most known is more than 100 mile long GR20 distance trail. In mountain of Corsica you will find suitable trails for all kinds of visitors: experienced hikers, single walkers and even short trails for walk with children. One of the trail starts close the village Calinzana on the north side of Corsica and leads in direction to south to the Balewa mountain group. The entire trail takes about 10 days and even more. For groups or single traveler it is suitable to book accommodation in villages and refuges at decent intervals along the way.
A great and interesting way of spending your singles holiday is to rent a scooter. You have the freedom of travel, sea air, and you can stop almost anywhere of Corsica island along the way in all the attractive places you go by.
The coastal roads are really lovely and there are a number of really pleasant beaches along the way. Just don't forget to bring sunglasses, sun cream and deposit before renting. The rental firm are really nice and helped with everything. . Bring water bottles along as it get's really hot, there are small springs along the roads where you can refill them.
Traveling alone has a lot of advantages, probably first thing is that a person that is traveling singles has all the freedom of choosing where and when to go and how to spend days of holidays.
Below the surface, between the gorgonias and coral, great groupers, escorted by "corbs", "dentis" or by "sars tambours" await you. You will feel similar to you are in a three-dimensional film, while you get pleasure from a silence which would be hardly reachable elsewhere.
Leave for a few moments a world that you know only too well, to catch an new one that you do not know enough, and which is however so close by. . Great diving in Corsica is all around the island, starting at the Revellata isthmus next to town of Calvi, where you can dive to the wreck of a WWII bomber to the nautical reserve at Bonifacio or the 'cathédrales' off the coast next to Porto Pollo in the Valinco.
Corsica's inlets and beaches are numerous and the island possesses 30 diving centres along coastline. There you can find The wild craggy landscape on the dry side of the shore continues undersea in the form of yet other mountains and canyons, needles, sharp peaks and rocky masses. Whether you are an experienced diver or a beginner and you are on singles holiday you can join to diving school. In groups of three to five divers you will train in scuba diving or you will just improve your diving skills.