Weddings in Corsica,
with Muriel Saldalamacchia

TOP 50


In 2017, Muriel joined the inner circle of the world elite planners at the occasion of the Planners Xtraordinaire Show in Dubai which gathered hundreds of her peers, coming from over 30 countries. It was not a goal for her, but Muriel was humbled of being distinguished and recognized for the great job she does daily with her clients and partners.



Muriel just happened to end up in the wedding industry. When she first founded her company to promote corporate events as a DMC, she was asked to organize a wedding. After she declined four times, she finally accepted the challenge, with the only promise that this wedding would not be boring nor meringue > all the clichés she really hated since being a young girl. The young girl grew up. Muriel still abhors boring and meringue weddings.



As only providing exclusive and full planning services, Muriel decided some years ago to only accept from eight to a maximum of ten destination weddings to handle a year. To guarantee high results and success for your destination wedding, you deserve her widest availability Muriel has to offer. Few couples = umpteen details that make the whole difference.

Welcome to wild Corsica!

I would say that Corsica is often underrated. This island between turquoise water, and snow on its mountains is bar to none. From history to culture…

Discover the area thanks some of our curated captions below.

  • Ambiance

    Travelling to Corsica and plan your destination wedding there have everything in relation with piece of heaven. Everything in Corsica gives you this unique feeling of rarity and uniqueness. Ideal for: a "halfway around the world wedding" where you want to forget everything, the time of your one lifetime event.

  • Food & Wine

    Corsica is able to produce and deliver its own food and cuisine. From black-pig to boar, veal to fishes; From yummy and seasonal vegetables to succulent fruits and fresh milk; From local cheese (goats, cows) to local charcuterie; From wine to sparkling wine.. You will eat there what you cannot eat anywhere else. Smoked and cured meats are Queens there. And be sure that locals will take time to share with you their heritage on their cuisine. Food specialties: Figatellu (sausage) | Brocciu (fresh cheese to eat with sugar or spices) | Art of charcuterie (there exist more charcuterie than animal species available) | Canistrelli (aniseed biscuit)| Wine | Seafood and shellfish | Boar, black-pig and veal.

  • Hospitality

    Corsica is very toursistic. There is a lot of possibilities to welcome your guests. But as distances between each villages are quite long, don't be too adventurous while choosing a venue without having considered the number of guests you have and the period when to plan your destination wedding in Corsica.

  • Weather

    Corsica is very hot in summer, mild in spring and autumn and rude during winter. Best period to plan a destination wedding in Corsica: from April to June and from September to October

  • People - The Natives

    There is no land where inhabitants are more both secret and accommodating. Corsicans are facscinating, with huge knowledges of their culture. Sharing with you part of their heritage is a gift that you will not want to miss, for any reason!

  • Things to do

    Corsica, from North to South, is resolutely the host location for all of those in love with nature, local heritage and top-secret mysteries. Outdoor leisures: biking, trekking, walking Water leisures: beach, swimming-pool, boat rentals, sailing, fishing, diving Spiritual & Relax leisures: spa, yoga, hammam, retreats

  • How to travel there

    Airports: Ajaccio Napoleon Bonaprte Airport (AJA) Bastia Poretta Airport (BIA) Figari Sud Corse Airport (FSC) Arrivals from all over the world with flight-connections Cabs + Private chauffeur service + Car rentals on site (on demand).

  • Why I recommend this place

    Corsica is bar to none. This island has become the envy of the rest of the world with its white sandy beaches, its hidden estates facing the sea and the sun all day long, and its creeks surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Who can reasonably stay insensitive to this?

  • My Villages and Cities' bucket list for you

    Bonifacio | Sartene | Oletta | Saint-Florent | Corte | Propriano | San Pietro di Tenta | Bastia | Ajaccio | Porto-Vecchio | Bastia