Corsica, the island nestled between France and Italy in the Mediterranean, is well known for its beautiful sandy beaches, picture-postcard villages perched on clifftops and stunning central mountains—but this August, it doesn’t have as many tourists as usual.
In campsites across the island, there are available spots to rent either for tents or camping cars, and families picnicking in the renowned hiking site of Restonica valley are surprised by how few people there are compared to usual at this time of year.
It is definitely having an impact on businesses, who usually capitalise on August as the busiest time of the year. The owner of the
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