Holiday Villas in Corsica

Find a perfect sunshine villa break in Corsica

Located 105 miles from the south of mainland France, this large island is lined with picturesque beaches, coastal towns and thriving nature reserves at its heart. It has its own unique culture with both French and Italian influences. Also, throughout the year, this vibrant Mediterranean island comes alive with its music, art and cultural festivals.

Our wide range of hand-selected villas in France offer luxurious amenities such as private pools, hot tubs and sun terraces. Corsica is an excellent holiday destination for those who want a mixture of laid-back beach time by the water, exciting day trips to the stylish towns and opportunities for hiking adventures. Benefit from our best price guarantee to book your very own villa with a swimming pool.

Enjoy a day trip to Santa Giulia, where you’ll find dazzling soft sands and crystal clear waters. Hop on a boat and cruise around the historic Porto-Vecchio before exploring the streets on foot. Or dive into the sea with a snorkel and discover the island’s underwater world full of fish and colourful coral. Want to explore Corsica’s surrounding area too? Our villas in France are a plenty.

Corsica villas for rent

  • Panoramic view over the sea with private swimming pool

    Santʼ Andrea-dʼOrcino

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  • Residence Mare e Sole


    Sleeps: 68VIEW PROPERTY
  • Résidence Les Toits de Santa Giulia


    Sleeps: 30VIEW PROPERTY
  • Minimalist Villa in Algajola with Swimming Pool


    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Villa Santa Giulia


    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Domaine Villas Mandarine & Spa


    Sleeps: 30VIEW PROPERTY
  • Villa RIVIERA


    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Résidence Les Terrasses de Rondinara


    Sleeps: 100VIEW PROPERTY
  • Résidence Santa Monica


    Sleeps: 42VIEW PROPERTY
Are villa holidays cheaper than hotels?

Villa holidays provide the perfect combination of affordability and comfort. Villa holidays are often much cheaper than staying in hotels, allowing you to enjoy the flexibility of self-catering accommodation without spending a fortune. You can choose from a wide selection of villas, all of which offer spacious living areas and fully-equipped kitchens. You'll have the perfect space to relax and unwind without relying on the extra charges and amenities of a hotel.

What is the difference between a villa and a hotel?

A villa and a hotel are both popular vacation lodging choices, but there are some key differences that set them apart. Villas offer more in the way of privacy and seclusion, with spacious rooms, dedicated outdoor areas, and larger kitchens allowing for relaxed in-home meals and entertainment. Moreover, villas are often located in residential areas, with access to the local community and amenities. In contrast, hotels offer a more traditional and convenient lodging experience.

When is the best time to visit Corsica?

The best time to visit Corsica is during the months of May, June, and September when the weather is warm and the countryside is in full bloom.

Where are the best areas to stay in Corsica?

Some of the best areas to stay in Corsica for a relaxing holiday are around the coastal towns of Ajaccio and Calvi, which have stunning beaches and plenty of activities for the whole family. The inner towns of the old capitals of Corte and Aléria are also great places to stay to get a taste of Corsican culture and history.

How to get there

To get to Corsica from the UK, you will typically fly into one of the main airports in Corsica: Ajaccio Napoleon Bonaparte Airport, Bastia Poretta Airport, or Figari Sud-Corse Airport. From the UK, you may fly into one of the major airports in France such as Charles de Gaulle Airport or Orly Airport in Paris, and take a connecting flight to Corsica. From the airports in Corsica, you can then take public transport to your destination.


The currency used in Corsica is the Euro (EUR).

Time difference

The time difference between the UK and Corsica is one hour ahead.


The majority of people in Corsica speak Corsican, with French being the official language

Things to do and see in Corsica

Corsica offers a variety of beautiful attractions for travellers. Popular activities include exploring the rugged mountain terrain, visiting peaceful beaches, and taking in historic sites, such as the citadel of Calvi. For the best experience you should also try to experience the island's unique culture by sampling some of the delicious food and wines or taking part in the local festivities.

Food and drink

Corsica is known for its unique regional cuisine which includes dishes like veal stew with chestnuts, wild boar, and chestnut-flavored pasta. Delicious local wines and craft beers are popular options for drinks. Moreover, the island is known for its unique liqueurs from regional myrtle and chestnut.

Beaches in Corsica

Corsica is known for its beautiful beaches, with starfish-filled rock pools, crystal clear water and golden sand. The Mediterranean sea has a clear aquamarine quality and the many beaches are a popular destination for families, couples and marine life enthusiasts. With its stunning coastline, Corsica is a perfect holiday destination.

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