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Corsica Travel Video

Much like Sardinia and Sicily it is hard to find excellent travel videos that feature Corsica exclusively, as most videos about Corsica are in general videos about France and have only a section for Corsica.

We tried hard to collect the most popular travel videos that feature Corsica (of course most are also available on DVD) and hope we have succeeded with it.

It is also important to look out for the right version of the travel videos, often travel DVD's from the USA do not workin Europe and Asia and vice versa.

Below you will find a selection of Corsica travel videos. We hope you find them as useful as we think they are.

An animated island, past and present, Corsica "always conquered, never subdued" has been successively Pisan and Genovese and has been French since 1768. It enjoys a special constitutional status. Mountain in the sea, Corsica is also called Island of beauty, not without reason. The diversity of its scenery, and its preservation from the aggressions of development and tourism, makes it one of the pearls of the Mediterranean sea. The places of interest to tourists in Corsica are various: Sea (beach, scuba diving, sailing), mountain (hiking, with the famous GR20).

Travel Videos about Corsica

Ile de beauté

Corsica - Ile de beauté (beauty Island) is a stunning video about the Island of Corsica completely in French langauge.
Globe Trekker

This stunning sixty minutes Travel Video about the islands Corsica, Sardinia and Sicily shows the best side of all three of them!
Passport to Adventure

Southern Corsica is famous for it's azure waters, white sandy beaches and the ancient villages built into it's limestone cliffs.
Globe Trekker

This stunning fifty minutes Travel Video (VHS) about the islands Corsica, Sardinia and Sicily shows the best side of all three of them!

The island has a Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters. The natural vegetation is Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and shrubs. The coastal lowlands are part of the Tyrrhenian-Adriatic sclerophyllous and mixed forests ecoregion, in which forests and woodlands of evergreen sclerophyll oaks predominate, chiefly Holm Oak (Quercus ilex) and Cork Oak (Quercus suber). The mountains are cooler and wetter, and home to the Corsican montane broadleaf and mixed forests ecoregion, which supports diverse forests of oak, pine, and broadleaf deciduous trees, with vegetation more typical of northern Europe on the slopes of the highest peaks.

The island has a natural park (Parc Naturel Régional de Corse), which protects thousands of rare animal and plant species. The park was created in 1972 and includes the Golfe de Porto, the Réserve Naturelle de Scandola (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), and some of the highest mountains on the island. This park is protected and cannot be reached on foot, but sumptuous sails are available in order to discover unique landscapes. Two endangered subspecies of hoofed mammals, the mouflon (Ovis aries musimon) and Corsican red deer (Cervus elaphus corsicanus) inhabit the island; the Corsican red deer is endemic.

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