This fantastic self-guided on-road motorcycle tour takes you to the most beautiful places in Corsica, including sensational winding roads against a backdrop of spectacular scenery.
|per person in double room (only bookable with own room partner)
|€849.00 $918.19 ?
|Additional rest day in Porto (per person)
|€109.00 $117.88 ?
|Additional rest day in Propriano (per person)
|€109.00 $117.88 ?
|Single room on request
|- 7 nights in double rooms (double occupancy) in 3-star hotels or comparable incl. breakfast
|- Digital roadbook accessible via mobile application in English language
|- On-site support in English (available daily by phone from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.)
|Everything that is not specified under services
|- International arrival and departure
|- Motorcycle incl. fuel
|- Protective clothing
|- Other meals and drinks
The best roads of Corsica - Self-guided motorcycle tour
Day 1: The Cape of Corsica
Once you arrive in Bastia, your journey begins with the exploration of the Cape of Corsica. First, you will ride over beautiful hills and stop at the ports of Erbalunga and Maccinaggio before riding through the cape. Then you will take the road to Centuri, where you can find the best crayfish in France, and discover beautiful bays. You'll also have the option of stopping in Canari or Albo before heading to Nonza, a town known for both its Torra Paolina (Paolin Tower) and its black pebble beaches. Afterwards, the road will take you to Patrimonio, the capital of Corsican wine. In the evening you will spend the night in your hotel in St. Florent and have the opportunity to admire the sandy beaches.
Daily kilometers: about 130 km
Day 2: From St. Florent to Galéria
Today's stage will take you through the Désert des Agriates, a magnificent nature reserve. Along the way you will see breathtaking scenery and ride on many fantastic winding roads. Charming, secret mountain roads will quickly appear before your eyes as you see olive groves, cactus trees and Barbary figs. You'll discover authentic and charming little villages where cows roam the streets freely, and on the way to Balagne, the landscape becomes a real feast for the eyes at sunset as it slowly turns into a lunar spectacle. In Belgodere, you'll stop in front of a picturesque little church before taking the Route des Artisans (Road of the Artisans).
Afterwards, you'll ride to Calvi, where you can admire the port and the old citadel. Afterwards, you will take one of the most popular roads in Corsica. It is in bad condition, but it offers you some of the most beautiful landscapes of Corsica. Finally, you will reach the coastal town of Galeria and spend the night in one of the hotels there.
Daily kilometers: about 150 km
Day 3: From Galeria to the Calanches de Piana
Today's stage will take you to the Col de Palmarella, from where you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view. You will then descend a beautiful rocky road and see rolling carpets of dry grassland as we reach charming villages. There you can relax and have a drink. But soon you'll move on to other coastal villages nearby, where you'll have the opportunity to try a variety of water sports.
Afterwards, you will ride to the famous Calanches de Piana and on to a village where you can visit some churches and where a certain Greek influence can be felt through the architectural features of the village. You will then ride along the coast before entering the heart of the island. Be careful of the wild boars: they often roam freely on the roads. The ride will then take you to Evisa, a town best known for its chestnut trees. At the end of the day you will ride through gorges where you will often meet herds of goats.
Daily kilometers: approx. 150 km
Day 4: From Porto Bay to Corte
On this fourth day of the tour, you'll ride along scenic roads that lead you to a charming village known for its Genovese bridges and olive groves. On the way to Corte, you'll climb the highest road in Corsica and then descend a hilly road that leads you to the shores of a local lake. The magnificent Scala di Santa Regina will take you to the borders of the Castagniccia region, where you can ride endless kilometers on winding roads. Afterwards, you'll discover the breathtaking Restonica Gorge before returning to your hotel in the evening.
Daily kilometers: approx. 130 km
Day 5: From Corte to Valinco Bay
Today you will ride along the main road of Corsica, which passes through the forest of Vizzavona and offers spectacular landscapes. Once you reach Ajaccio, you can stroll through the streets of Napoleon's hometown and ride to the Pointe des Sanguinaires - the Pointe of the Bloodthirsty Men - surrounded by beautiful white sand beaches. You'll then conquer a coastal road lined with eucalyptus trees that leads to an old prison. Finally, the road will take you to the small villages of the Taravo region, where you will have dinner and spend the night in a hotel.
Daily kilometers: approx. 170 km
Day 6: Bonifacio and Bavella
The first stop will be Sartène. On the way to Bonifacio and its chalk cliffs you will see more uninhabited landscapes. When we reach Bonifacio, you will be able to see the Lion of Roccapina as well as some majestic sandy bays on your right. Once you leave the city, you will ride along the most beautiful beaches of Corsica and reach the heart of the island through the famous needles of Bavella. On the way you will have the opportunity to swim in small hidden rivers nearby. Then you will go down to Alta Rocca, where you will have the opportunity to eat traditional Corsican dishes, such as boiled meat and homemade patisseries. You will spend the night in a hotel.
Daily kilometers: about 172 km
Day 7: From the Alta Rocca to the Costa Verde
After exploring the beautiful villages, olive groves and old mills of the region, you will ride along spectacular mountain passes and may see pigs and horses running free.
You will also see many forests and have the opportunity to stop in Ghisoni to visit the local "ski resort" before reaching the road to the Inzecca Gorge and Prunete, our destination today.
You will spend the night in a hotel.
Daily kilometers: approx. 140 km
Day 8: Back to Bastia
Today's ride begins with a ride through the Tavignano Gorge. Then you will ride along the coast until you reach the villages of the Castagniccia region, from where you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view. Later you will ride through the nature reserve of Biguglia and to a pond where pink flamingos are often seen.
The tour ends in Bastia.
Daily kilometers: between 70 and 150 km