Car Hire Immeuble Novelty

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Immeuble Novelty

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Mo-Fr 0800-1200 1600-1800
Sa-Su closed. From 1 April 2019: Mo-Fr 0800-1200 1600-1800
Sa 0800-1200
Su closed
Immeuble Novelty, 20200, , Corsica

Telephone: +33 (0) 4 95 31 14 24

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Bastia is the second-largest city on the island of Corsica; the French island off the coast of Italy, which possesses a rugged and authentic charm that makes it a beautiful city. There are two culinary boutiques in Bastia from which to sample the local delicacies.

If you want to explore the fantastic beaches around the city then car hire from Bastia is recommended, as one of the most popular beaches is located a few miles south. If you like sailing, then make your way to L'Arinella Beach, which is the major sailing centre.

Bastia's location in Upper Corsica puts it within easy reach of the Cap Corse, and by taking advantage of car hire from Bastia you can see what the region has to offer. The Cap Corse is a 25-mile long peninsula, which contains many towns each with something different to offer. The beaches around the peninsula are stunning, and if you hire a car from Bastia and make the short drive to Pietracorbara, then you can explore the area on horseback, on foot via hiking trails or by walking from beach to beach. Lots of locally-run sailing companies operate tours from the tip of Cap Corse, exploring the coast and its warm waters.