Enjoying a sea view and direct access to the beach, the " Perla d'Isula" and "Perla Marina" complexes, located in the Marine de Bravone, an exceptional natural site that is very well preserved, in the town of Linguizzetta, are the ideal starting point to discover Corsica.
A few kilometres from Aléria, a famous Roman site, and the Musée Génois offering an exceptional view of the Corsican mountains and Eastern coastline.
A few minutes from the Lac de Diane famous for its tasty oysters, farmed in an unexpected setting. A stone's throw from Solenzara offering a typical view of South Corsica.
Staying in Corsica guarantees you a complete getaway. In unspoilt nature, and sites escaping uncontrolled town planning, free yourself from the usual constraints. Enjoy the beach via direct access or discover its exceptional sites:
BASTIA, its old port and its citadel, the tour of the Cap Corse, from Bastia to Saint-Florent and Nonza, BORGO, a small, typical Corsican middle mountain village, with its breathtaking view point of the bay of Bastia, ALERIA and its Roman site or its Musée Gênois, SOLENZARA and its incomparable view of the natural south of Corsica, BONIFACIO, impressive from its seabed to the heights of its cliffs: a wonderful impression in the far south of Corsica...
HAVING FUN: Make the most of an exceptional site with direct access to the beach, an infinity-edge pool, with its children's pool, unless you would prefer to enjoy the surrounding infrastructure by trying your hand at horse riding, offering yourself the benefits of a Spa day in the treatment centre of Riva Bella de Linguizetta, or even by crossing the numerous Corsican hiking trails or discovering Corsica via exploring its wonderful seabed.
ENJOYING THE FOOD: Discover the artisanal charcuterie based on pigs reared in the open air: prisuttu, coppa, figatellu, etc. but also olive oil, goat's and sheep's cheeses, the different honeys harvested in the maquis and even the chestnuts turned into flours with which they make excellent bread. Finally, what could be more pleasant than a fine table overflowing with seafood: sea urchins, lobsters, oysters and other rock fish, embellished with a wine from Corsican grape varieties: Nielluciu, Sciaccarellu or Vermentinu, the only one to consume in moderation.