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Introduction The Continents The Drive Guides Tips for Travelers Contact Info The continent of Heterocera Route 1, Traverse Road and Atoll Road Route 2 (and several other roads) Southwestern Heterocera Route 3, 3a , 3b and 3.5 Route 4 Route 5 Route 6 and the Great Wall SL Railway on Heterocera Important intersections and road end points The Continent of Gaeta 5 Route 7 Route 7A and 7B The Continent of Satori Route 8 Route 8A Route 8B and Old Wagon Road Route 8C The Continent of Jeogeot Route 9 and 9A Route 10 and Northern Spur Road Wellington Road and "The Shortcut" West Coast Road, The Moleway and an Off-Road Route The Continent of Corsica Route 11 and Magellan Pass Circuit La Corse and its sideroads The Continent of Nautilus Route Route 12, 12A and 12B Route 13 Route 14

According to the Second Life wiki page about Corsica, the continent was originally created to be a French continent, named after the French island of Corsica. But like Satori and Jeogeot, Corsica has ended up being more international with English as the dominant language.

Corsica is completely surrounded by navigable waters, and it's broken into sections by several water channels and bays, with a few islands around its perimeter. The surrounding oceans make it possible to sail from Corsica to Gaeta 5, Nautilus and even Satori by way of three Transcontinental Channels and the Blake Sea. I've personally made the trip from Satori to Corsica, and while navigating between the two continets was a bit challenging, it was a lot of fun and well worth the effort. Please see my blog post from May 09, 2020 for more about my trip.

Corsica has one large lamd mass in the east, which is is home to a long roadway called Circuit La Corse, and a smaller landmass in the west where Rote 11 is located. Circuit La Corse makes a complete loop around a major part of the eastern half of Corsice, with 2 side roads that cut across the interior to meet with the main road on the other side of the loop. Route 11 is much shorter, doesn't connect to itself in a loop and has a couple of submerged sections. The maps shown below are rather dated, but they were the best I could find.

Road Maps of Corsica

Road Map of Corsica
Road Map of Circuit La Corse

Road Guides for Corsica

Slow down and enjoy the scenery!