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 campsite is just 3 miles from a huge sandy beach. While it may be hard to tear yourself away from the glittering Mediterranean, there’s also three small swimming pools and a children’s paddling pool on site. The great range of leisure facilities includes volleyball, tennis, boules and table tennis. There’s also a snack bar, barbeque area, launderette and WiFi.
If you’re looking for more adventure, there is horse riding, sailing, treetop aerial adventure and canyoning available within a short drive from the campsite.
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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