Club Corsicana is a naturist village on the eastern side of the island of Corsica.
The village is located on a beautiful nudist beach, and is made up of some two hundred holiday homes, mostly ground level although some have a mezzanine level.
The naturist beach offers around three miles of golden sands and you can just lay in the sun and enjoy wall-to-wall relaxation or you can take advantage of the many facilities on offer, such as beach volley ball, and the various water sports, such as stand-up paddling. There’s even sailing and a dive school if you want to learn something new. There’s a submerged shipwreck to explore, or you can just chill out in the beach-front bar before enjoying some wonderful food from the beach restaurant.
If you want to take holiday pampering to the next level, you can have a soothing massage or a tingling sauna. It’s up to you how you spend your time, if you decide that you are going to spend your entire holiday stretched out naked, deepening that all-over-tan, then you’ll be in good company.
Nudist holidays don’t get much better than this, but if you decide that you are going to stray away from the naturist beach and explore, there’s plenty to see.
Although on the map Corsica Looks much nearer to Italy, it is actually a region of France. It is in fact 99 miles South East of Nice, and 51 miles West of Tuscany in Italy.
Many people would be shouting “Of course Corsica is French, it’s where Napoleon Bonaparte was born!” and they would be right. If you are interested in history, or just nosey, you can visit his ancestral home ‘Maison Bonaparte’ which is now a museum and a tourist attraction.
Or take a drive to ‘Bastia’ which has a thriving mixture of old and new. There are plenty of bars and restaurants, the twin towered Church of Saint Jean-Baptiste, Terra Nova, a citadel with ramparts, the Bastia museum and much more.
Take a further drive around the mountainous terrain, hair pin bends and breath taking views leading to small quaint villages. There’s just so much to see on the island, and so much to taste!
Make sure that you try one of the local cheeses, Brocciu, which is made with a mixture of whey and goats milk, and sample the locally beer ‘Pietra’ which is brewed with chestnuts that gives it its unique taste.
Whether you are a naturist or a textile, there probably won’t be enough time to explore all of the sights of Corsica, there are far too many to see in one hit!
If you’re planning to spend the next nudist holiday in Corsica, and maybe the one after, then you may scrape the surface.
As far as temperatures go, you’re in the Mediterranean, so there are normally mild winters and plenty of sunshine in the summer, especially from May.
Club Corsicana is waiting to welcome you, so make it your next nudist holiday!