From Saint-Exupéry, book a ticket for a Lyon-Figari flight!
There is no better airport to appreciate the charms of the Isle of Beauty.
Situated at the southern tip of Corsica, between sea and mountains, Figari offers quick access to all the seaside resorts in the region, from the Gulf of Porto-Vecchio to the charming village of Propriano. For a "people" holiday on the port of Bonifacio, a sporting getaway on the golf course of Sperone or an incognito weekend in the creeks of Piana.
Useful information about Figari
Lounging by the water
Fine sand beaches, sailing spots, turquoise waters... Figari is located by the sea and is enchanted by its postcard landscapes. Thanks to its wild coves and idyllic beaches, you can gladly recharge at the bay of Figari. Here, nature is queen and preserved. Around the city, you can travel along no less than 800 hectares of protected coastline between rock and clear waters.
Enjoy the hot evenings on the island of beauty
By landing in Figari, you can take advantage of its ideal geographical location. From the city, you can reach the coast's seaside resorts that are not lacking liveliness in daytime and evening. This is the case in Porto-Vecchio, about 25 minutes away, which promises you beautiful shopping trips during the day and long festive evenings in its cafes, restaurants and bars.
Taste the delicious Corsican gastronomy
In Corsica, the gourmands are welcome! Spending a holiday in Figari is an opportunity to taste Corsican wine by meeting the city's winegrowers. You will also be tempted by the fragrant Corsican deli: coppa, figatelli, lonzu or even prisuttu will garnish your plates. And for dessert, a delicious fiadone will fill you up!
Discover the heritage of the south of Corsica
To move to Figari is to discover a small town typically Corsican with its small streets and alleys and its parish church. From this pretty commune surrounded by nature, you can explore the riches of South Corsica as the prehistoric site of Filitosa with its menhir statues, the ancient Genoese citadel of Sartène perched on its rock or the impressive Aiguilles de Bavella...
Just 30 minutes south of Figari, Bonifacio is a must-see medieval city. Its marina, its lookouts and its citadel make it as welcoming as sublime. It's famous for its high city and its steep, wild cliffs of white limestone. You will happily roam the alleys of the old town or along its beaches before you sit in one of its many restaurants offering a menu of all Corsican specialties.