Corsica has some great and famous beaches such as the Palombaggia. The Palombaggia Beach is one of the top beaches in Europe which has golden sands and crystal clear waters. The beach is good for water-sports such as wind surfing, jet-skiing, kayaking, and diving. Along the Palombaggia coastline there are a variety of villa holiday rentals within a short distance of the beach. Corsica is also a good destination for golf, and has the Golf de Spérone overlooking the Mediterranean which is regarded as one of Europe's best courses that is regularly ranked in the top 100 golf courses. Corsica also has some smaller nine-hole golf courses such as Golf du Reginu and Bastia Golf Club.
Family villas in Corsica are a good accommodation option for family holidays on the island. These family villas can be large and flexible, with plenty of additional extras such as swimming pool, BBQ, covered terrace, wi-fi, and jacuzzi. Corsica has plenty of good family beaches like the Golfe di Sogno Beach and Santa-Giulia Beach near resort towns such as Porto-Vecchio. Corsica is also a great sport destination, and has a variety of museums for families to visit.
A day trip to the Gulfe De Porto is recommended. The Gulfe De Porto is a UNESCO heritage site, and regular boat trips can be made from the town. Here you can also visit the eroded rock formations of the Les Calanques. Alternatively, consider a trip to the unique fortress town of Banifacio with its historic buildings such as the Banifacio citadel and large marina. The largest city in Corsica is that of Ajaccio which includes the Casa Buonaparte, variety of Genoese towers, and the Fesch Museum which has one of the most extensive collections of Italian art in France. As such, Ajaccio can also be a great day trip.