Corsica became well known thanks to its founder and world –renowned figure Napoleon Bonaparte! One other person responsible for Corsica’s place in the world is Pascal Paoli, born in Morosaglia in 1725 and generally regarded as Corsica’s leader.
Writers such as Dorothy Carrington (Corsica, the granite island) were amazingly successful in spreading the word about Corsica’s customs and traditions and the beauty beyond that of its landscape.
In Sardinia, you will come across thousands of cone-shaped buildings called Nuraghi. Over several centuries, diverse cultures such as the Phoenicians, the Carthagians, the Romans and Aragonese have left their mark on the island.
You can be sure that your holiday in Corsica or Sardinia will be a journey through space and time to a destination rich in history and authenticity.
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