Tourists spending time in Italy and the south of France may wish to take a ferry to Corsica during their holiday.
According to an article in Hello magazine, the island is a "paradise" set amid crystal clear waters that combines natural scenery with historical architecture.
"Corsica is a dream setting for nature lovers, sports fans and history buffs," the publication insists.
"Its coastline, totalling over a thousand kilometres of varied landscapes and habitats from sandy coves to secluded creeks to granite cliffs, encompasses the greenest island in the Med."
Visitors are likely to come across "endless" beaches, "fragrant" pine forests and "turquoise" lakes during their explorations of Corsica.
The island's towns and cities are equally intoxicating, the article claims. It said a visit to Calvi is like "stepping into a picture postcard" thanks to its cobbled streets and al fresco cafes.
There are numerous options for ferry travellers hoping to discover Corsica. For example, Corsica Sardinia Ferries
operate crossings from Livorno and Piombino in Italy, as well as Nice and Toulon in France.
Posted by Andrew Smith