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The French island of Corsica Bastia (BIA) is in the Mediterranean Sea and beloved by beach holidaymakers and sports lovers alike. Tourists will find not only many long sandy beaches here, but also mountains that are perfect for climbing, biking or hiking. The tallest mountains of Corsica Bastia (BIA) include Monte Cinto at over 2,700 metres, Monte Rotondo at more than 2,600 metres and Punta Minuta at just under 2,560 metres. The island's climate is also quite mild in the winter, but the summers boast the typical Mediterranean climate. Holidaymakers can cool off a little in the Mediterranean on hot days.
Most holidaymakers visit the island because they are seeking rest and relaxation. Book your Corsica Bastia (BIA) flights and go on an exciting journey of discovery around the French island. The winding roads and many mountains are especially popular with cyclists and motorbike fans. But mountaineers and climbers will also find many ways to be active on Corsica Bastia (BIA). The town of Corte is in the middle of the island and is where culture lovers will find a Corsican museum in a citadel. There are of course also many little boutiques and shops here, as well as some restaurants and bars.
The town of Bonifacio soars up to 80 metres into the sky. The most southern commune in France, it is surrounded on three sides by sea and can therefore provide some stunning views. You can take a little tour by boat, whose route will take you past the Grotto of Stragonato. Book your Corsica Bastia (BIA) flights and visit Palombaggia Beach, the island's most beautiful beach. This is where visitors will find a white sandy beach and a turquoise blue sea. The pine trees provide shade on hot days. In the evenings, local specialities and regional wines are on the menu in the many little restaurants and tavernas.