We are delighted to be able to offer our customers cheap car rental rates from all of Corsica's smaller airports. Corsica has four municipal airports that are used by the major budget airlines. In a number of cases, the municipal airports are to be found a considerable distance from the cities that they are intended to service and public transport to and from them can be extremely patchy.
Begin your trip to Corsica with car hire provided by two of our leading car hire companies. We offer online bookings quoting discounted car rental in Corsica. Both of our car rental suppliers employ dedicated staff at the end of the telephone waiting to answer any extra questions that may come up before or after renting a car.
Alluring Ajaccio (otherwise known as Ajax) is the capital of Corsica and of the departement of Corse-du-Sud.
Unspoilt and relatively undeveloped Corsica. One of the Mediterranean islands sandwiched between Sardinia and the French mainland. Responsible to France, Corsica is separated from the country only by a few splashes of water, that of the Ligurian Sea as well as the Strait of Bonifacio which splits Corsica and Sardinia.
Corsicaís claim to fame is that during the year 1769, within its town of Ajaccio (otherwise known as Ajax), Napoleon Bonaparte was born.
Boasting a thousand kilometres of coast, Corsica is an ideal location for a beach holiday. Deciding which beach to settle for could take some time for there are over two hundred of them. Should you decide to venture away from the the typical beach, deckchair and paperback scenario, the natural landscape is delightfully varied with lots of woodland to enjoy and mountains to climb.
There is an enjoyable Mediterranean climate on the island with summers packed with hot dry days and winters that are considerably mild and wet.
Tourism is the main contributor to the islandís economy thanks to stunning beauty and desirable climate amongst other things. Holiday resorts are found in and around the islandís southern regions in and around the Porto Vecchio and Bonifacio regions and Calvi situated towards the north of Corsica.
A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Natural Reserve of Scandola is a popular attraction here providing natural habitats for the Corsican Red Deer and the Mouflon. This region encompasses the Corsica Natural Park and the Golfe de Porto.