The rainiest period goes from November to January, with potential sporadic rainstorms and floods.
Generally Corsica doesn’t suffer from the chaotic tourism that we see in other Mediterranean summer resorts, and tourists tend to distribute more homogeneously on the coasts and in the main holiday destinations, with the only exception of Porto Vecchio, Ile-Rousse and Saint-Florent.
Those who want to be sure to spend a holiday in complete relax should travel in late spring, when vegetation and mountain highs are in full bloom, or in late summer, when the sun starts illuminating landscapes with warm colors, and the water temperature still allows long swimming. In both periods the weather is sunny, but not too hot like in July and August, so consider this in case you are planning excursion activities on the island.
Best Western Ajaccio Amirauté boasts an exceptional location: facing the sea, it offers proximity to the town centre, the port and the airport. It fe [...]
Hotel Dolce Vita offers views of the Sanguinary Islands and Gulf of Ajaccio. It has its own private beach, swimming pool and offers free Wi-Fi interne [...]
The Palazzu U Domu is a 4-star hotel located in Ajaccio’s old-town, 300 metres from the beach. This Corsican mansion offers air-conditioned guest ro [...]
Ideally located in the gulf of Ajaccio, with direct access to a small beach, Hôtel-Demeure Les Mouettes is a charming 19th-century house welcoming th [...]
San Carlu is located in the heart of Ajaccio's old quarter, next to a 15th-century fortress and 50 metres from the Saint François beach. It overlooks [...]
The Résidence Les Calanques is located 7 kilometres from Ajaccio, overlooking the sea. The air-conditioned studios and apartments all offer sea views [...]
Located in the Corsican town of Ajaccio, 200 metres from the beach, Residence de Tourisme Ajaccio Amirauté offers fully equipped living spaces, an in [...]