There is a very small population of Muslims on the Corsica Island. A number of them are of Moroccan origin. The island does not have any Masaajid or halal restaurants. However there are a number of places where you can find delicious varieties of fish and vegetarian food.
The Corsica Island truly gives you everything that you want from a holiday. Located on the Mediterranean Sea, Corsica houses small towns and villages that are architectural gems. The capital, Ajaccio, was the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte. Visit the house where he was born that now houses a museum. Visit the town of Bonifacio and its citadel (fortress) that sits on the top of stunning cliffs. Corte is a beautiful town and home to another exquisite citadel. Sartene and Filitosa are also good to visit.
The Corsica Island is a great hiking destination. There are a number of trails where visitors can enjoy hiking. The most popular trail is the GR 20 that is 180Km long and spans diagonally from the North to the South of the island. Around Corte there are a number of hiking trails and glacier lakes. Do not miss visiting the Agriates Desert and the coastline that has the most beautiful beaches of the island. From Corte along the Restonica River you can take a hike till the glacier lakes of Melo and Capitello.
Corsica boasts of a 1000Km long coastline and beautiful beaches. Close to Porto Vecchio are Caribbean style beaches. The Western side of the island has some romantic beaches. The island offers numerous interesting opportunities of diving and sailing apart from swimming.
The best way to get around the Corsica Island is by getting a car rental. The island also offers a railway service but its reach is limited. A number of popular car rental companies have their offices in the towns and cities on the island. However, taking the train gives visitors a chance to enjoy beautiful landscapes and sceneries that are often hidden to those who travel by road.