To enter Corsica, the same conditions apply as for any other region of France. Therefore, Belgians, Luxembourgers, Canadians and Swiss can visit the island for a maximum of 90 days without needing a visa.
In general, Corsica does not present any particular health risks for travellers. However, it is important to note that exposure to the sun, walking, diving, and climate changes can cause discomfort.
GMT/UTC + 1 hour (+ 2 hours in the summer)
220/240 volts at 50 hertz
ATMs are well distributed around the island, with the exception of some places. Mountain villages, in particular, may not have them. Post offices can be used to withdraw money with a credit card. Banks, exchange offices and post offices generally accept traveller’s checks.
Climate in Corsica
The most pleasant months to visit Corsica are probably May, June, September and October when the temperature is milder. However, November through April can also be a good time for travellers who enjoy a cooler climate.