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  • Review score 7.0
  • SmallS
  • 3 km near a beach
  • Outdoor pool
Just 3 miles to a huge sandy beach
Great outdoor swimming pools
Secluded yet accessible campsite
Ideal base for exploring Corsica
3 km

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campsite Via Romana, Corsica

Named after the old Roman road that runs past the parc, Via Romana draws its inspiration from classical Roman design, making it as unusual as it is beautiful. Campsite Via Romana is located on the Costa Serrana plains in the small village of Casamozza di Fium’Orbu. Sandwiched between stunning mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, the campsite is in a secluded yet easily accessible location and provides a great base for exploring the delights of Corsica.

The first thing you notice when you arrive at this small but characterful family-run parc is the peaceful atmosphere created by the lush palms and Roman statuary that adorn the grounds. The pool and bar area are simply a delight, and standards are high throughout. Some activities are available on parc, as well as occasional evenings of Corsican music in high season and there are also 2 wide sandy beaches just a short drive away. In fact, Via Romana’s central location means that you are surrounded by beaches, forests, rivers and mountains; while the crystal turquoise waters of Palombaggia, reputed to be the best on the island, are also less than an hour’s drive from here. Couples and families with young children who are looking for peace, quiet and the perfect location from which to explore Corsica are going to like Via Romana very much.

Via Romana is situated in Costa Serena (near Ghisonaccia) on the Bastia-Bonifacio axis. From here you’ll able to take a return trip to any point on the island within a day. Head two hours west to Ajaccio, Corsica’s capital and Napoléon’s birthplace. The town’s rich heritage includes a citadel and cathedral. The fine arts museum houses a highly regarded collection of Italian Renaissance paintings.

Nature lovers will no doubt head for the mountains and be rewarded with breath taking views of the coast, where turquoise seas are juxtaposed with white sandy beaches. To the south, Bonifacio is a lovely medieval town and the oldest town in Corsica. It is situated on the cliffs of a limestone peninsula above a natural harbour on the site of a 9th century citadel. It’s mix of resort, medieval town, stunning views and beaches, make it one of the unmissable highlights of your trip to Corsica.

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