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Port Saint Florent, Corsica, France
Port Saint Florent is also known as Le Port de Plaisance Saint Florent and it is hosted by a traditional village on the island of Corsica, in the Haute-Corse department. This marina used to be a fishing port and became a successful summer resorts where many holidaymakers choose to settle for the summer. Saint Florent is situated near the Patrimonio vineyards and the Saleccia beach, but there are also historic sights and Romanesque facades that can be admired by history enthusiasts. The Genoese citadel, the Saint-Florent Cathedral and the Cathedral of the Nebbio are just three of the main places that will take tourists back in time. Turquoise and emerald waters can be enjoyed here throughout the year, which is why sailing is always a pleasure. A pleasant mix of sea and hills forms stunning sceneries, perfect for photographers. There are fantastic hotels where tourists can accommodate and spend a sublime vacation, like the Demeure Loredana, La Roya, the Hotel Thalassa, etc.
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Attractions in Corsica
The island of Corsica, which is also known as Corse in Corsican, is located in the Mediterranean Sea, on the western side of Italy. Corsica’s territory belongs to France but its culture, lifestyle, history, traditions and arts beautifully combine a variety of origins. Today, it is comprised of two departments: Haute-Corse and Corse-du-Sud, in Upper and Southern Corsica. This island shows off its beauty that can be observed from each angle. We recommend you a Corsica yacht itinerary.
Tourism is an extremely well developed field in this region, having lush holiday resorts, luxurious hotels and vacation rentals, amazing beaches, a luxuriant vegetation, incredible cliffs that were carefully designed by Mother Nature and amazing mountains. The villages and towns in Corsica are picturesque and hide ancient treasures of the world, but the cities are no less spectacular.
Corsica has a continuous and tumultuous history that is simply ... more info