Corsica has 1000 km (621 mi) of coastline, more than 200 beaches, and is very mountainous, with Monte Cinto as the highest peak at 2706 m (8878 ft)

The island's pleasant climate, beautiful mountains and breathtaking coastlines make it a popular destination among the French and other Western Europeans. However, the island has not had the same level of intensive development as other parts of the Mediterranean and is thus relatively unspoiled. Tourism is particularly concentrated in the area around Porto Vecchio and Bonifacio in the south of the island and Calvi in the northwest.

Corsica has 1000 km (621 mi) of coastline, more than 200 beaches, and is very mountainous, with Monte Cinto as the highest peak at 2706 m (8878 ft) and 20 other summits of more than 2000 m (6562 ft). Mountains comprise 2/3 of the island, forming a single chain. Forest are dedicated to nature reserves (Parc Naturel Régional de Corse), mainly in the interior.

The island's pleasant climate, beautiful mountains and breathtaking coastlines make it a popular destination among the French and other Western Europeans. However, the island has not had the same level of intensive development as other parts of the Mediterranean and is thus relatively unspoiled. Tourism is particularly concentrated in the area around Porto Vecchio and Bonifacio in the south of the island and Calvi in the northwest.

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