Corsica is a popular holiday destination. Located off the cost of South Of France it offers luxury family holiday accommodation at an affordable price. If you intend to book your villa anytime soon, here is what you should check just prior to booking.
Included Vs. not included – The level of equipment between villas will change, though most will feature private swimming pools and modern convenience equipment as they are often referred to as holiday homes. To avoid disappointment you should make a note of the equipment that you would need against what is available in the property. In some cases you could probably bring an item or two with you, in other cases you might need to look at a different property all together.
Other villas nearby – If you are looking for privacy and seclusion you should check if there are any other villas nearby. Most holiday villa listings will feature a map of the area and if privacy is what you are after Corsica is big enough to accommodate your wishes.
Means of arrival – Corsica is located just off South of France and getting there is possible using a number of means. During your stay you can use public transportation to move about or hire a car for more flexibility. You do however have to give enough thought prior to booking to how you plan to arrive at your villa in Corsica. In most cases the holiday package will exclude transit to the villa so you should make suitable arrangements prior to your departure. A local taxi company is a good idea and you could always consult with your travel agent, travel company or villa owner if booked directly.
Make a note of nearest attractions – If you are looking to explore the area Corsica offers much to be seen in terms of local traditions, markets and small towns full of character. At different times of the year different festivals and local events are hosted. Your travel company might be able to suggest local attractions nearer the time.
Passports and visas – It is your responsibility to check the required documents for travel. In the vast majority of cases you will only require a valid passport, however if anyone in your party is not a UK resident, it is entirely their responsibility to check the precise documents they need to hold.