Explore Corsica with a hire car and discover more about this lovely island, located just above Sardinia where French and Italian food and culture fuses together.
Part of France since 1976, Corsica has also been under Genoese and British rule. Whilst it may not be the first place that pops into your head when considering where to go for your next beach holiday, this lovely Mediterranean island is blessed with a warm climate and provides visitors with the perfect escape.
Rich in history, and famously known as Napoleon Bonaparte's place of birth, Corsica is one of the most diverse geographical landscapes in the Mediterranean. The island boasts wonderful beaches, rocky coves, majestic cliffs, and towering mountains. There is plenty to discover here whether you’re hiking through the interior or hugging the coastline.
If you’re here for architecture, Bastia and Calvi are home to some wonderful citadels whilst the port of St Florent boasts the church of Santa Maria Assunta. If you’re searching for a truly striking landscape, the Calanques de Piana between Calvi and Ajaccio is the place to head for.
More a museum and art gallery person? Not a problem! Visit the Maison Bonaparte and the Musée Fesch in Ajaccio. Alternatively, the Musée de Bastia covers the modern history of the city and Corsica although it’s not in English.
We’re dedicated to providing our customers with the best service possible. Book your rental car in Corsica through us and we’ll help get your holiday off to the best start possible.
Based in the UK, our head office is open 6 days a week and we operate an emergency 24/7 back up service so you can rest assured we’re always available. We’re even open on Bank Holidays should you need us.
We provide car hire at all the major airports on Corsica including:
Ajaccio Airport – Located on the west of Corsica and the birthplace of Napoléon Bonaparte, Ajaccio is the largest settlement on the island and fairly proud of its most famous son. Wander along the harbour or climb the battlements of the citadel for wonderful views over the sea.
Bastia Airport – Bastia in the north east enjoys a wonderful location on the Cap Corse. Explore the narrow alleys of the old town or head down to one of its 2 harbours. The old harbour is the more picturesque and particularly popular in the evenings.
Plan your trip to Corsica by browsing through our in-depth travel guide and looking at our travel blogs. Remember to top up your knowledge about driving in Corsica before leaving for the airport as well.