Nannies in Corsica
Nanny du Soleil offers you top quality nanny services in Corsica. Please see bellow some useful info about things to do in Corsica with kids!
Kids activities in Corsica
Whatever you choose to do on your family holiday, you are sure to find a huge range of activities in Corsica. There is something for everyone, every ability and every age. Check out the selection of things to do below for some holiday inspiration with Nanny du Soleil!
There’s lots for families to enjoy during a visit to family friendly Corsica- if you can tear yourselves away from the pool that is!
There are many stunning canyons in Corsica, mostly concentrated in the south of the island. Canyoning is an outdoor pursuit that involves swimming, rock climbing and walking while following the trails and waterways that wind through most canyons. Those in Corsica are in places of stunning natural beauty, and although flying down natural rock slides and splashing into rock pools can be great fun, it must be noted that this can be a dangerous activity. Numerous companies operating in Corsica offer canyoning guides who will tailor your adventure to your level of experience and physical ability.
Corsica’s beaches are at the heart of most holidays there – safe, idyllic stretches of coastline that parents will love and where little ones can build sandcastles, snorkel and swim in calm, shallow waters to their hearts’ content. The main beaches have plenty of facilities, although taking a picnic to a peaceful bay away from the crowds has its own rewards. The Caribbean-style beaches in the south of the island are enduringly popular, but wherever you stay, you’re never too far from the sea. In the north, in the Balagne region and around ancient Calvi, the likes of Ghjunchitu, Ostriconi, Île Rousse and Calvi beach itself are more than beautiful enough to give you a reason to go back. For more detail check out Corsica beach guide.
The beaches are unbeatable (free!) entertainment for children, but if you feel like seeing a little more of the island, have a look at our Days Out guides to southern Corsica or Calvi and the Balagne for further inspiration.
Apart from art and crafts, play-dough, picnics, dens, treasure hunt, water play, making sandcastles, listening to French music and learning a few new words, songs and dance, here are some more specific activities we suggest for children who visit Corsica with a Nanny du Soleil.
Corsica is an island belonging to France, based in the Mediterranean Sea. It is located west of Italy, southeast of France and north of Sardinia. It’s quite a mountainous island with spectacular scenery and beaches described as ‘comparable to those in the Caribbean’.
Corsica is perfect for families- locals absolutely love children and they are welcomed in restaurants and locations all over the islands. It’s worth noting that Corsican children normally eat at the same time, and eat the same things as their parents, however many restaurants are open for family-suitable meal times or offer kids menus.
You can also find baby food and nappies in most supermarkets, however the brands may differ from your usual at home.
Some of the wilder areas of the island are very rural and rocky so may not be suitable for pushchairs- do check before you venture out on any hikes!