Camping & mobile home holidays at Marina d'Rossa, Corsica
From Al Fresco Holidays
The 4* Camping Marina d'Erba Rossa campsite opens in late April until early October
Roughly half the island falls into the jurisdiction of a national park with lots and lots of cycle tracks and walks. Its beaches range from busy Pietracorbara to remote, camping-friendly Saleccia and Rondinara. The island has been part of France since 1768, but retains a distinct Italian flavour.
From the park you will appreciate the mountain views and distinct Mediterranean plants and vegetation.
Water based activities at Camping Marina d'Erba Rossa:
Outdoor swimming pool overlooking the beach, Direct access to a wide sandy beach
Sports activities on site:
Basketball, Football, Mini Golf, Tennis, Volleyball
Activities and Entertainment
Wellness & Spa centre,
Family amusements: dancing and shows June to end August
On site food & facilities
Additional facilities and services
Launderette - local charge applies
Children's Clubs and Facilities
Children's games room
Entertainment playground with inflatable games
A palm fringed swimming pool only a step away from its own sandy beach or the welcoming waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Corsica is nicknamed 'the island of the beauty' and this park has all you need to appreciate the splendour of this holiday haven.
A palm fringed swimming pool only a step away from its own sandy beach or the welcoming waters of the Mediterranean sea. Corsica is nicknamed 'the island of the beauty' and at this parc you have all you need to appreciate the splendour of this holiday haven.
With its luxuriant Mediterranean vegetation and dramatic mountain views competing with the sea for your attention, this park is a paradise for the senses. But there's much to keep the energetic occupied too with an enthusiastic animation team organising games and excursions both on park and off.
Be sure to find time to visit Bonifacio with its amazing harbour and old town. With Al Fresco you'll stay in Corsica's most modern mobile home, the Rossini Riviera Suite.
Round and about
Ghisonaccia is a little town 2 miles away which has grown rapidly over the last 5 decades. This is due partly to the fertile fields and in part to its beautiful beach. Tourism and farming have both played their part in making this lovely town so popular, a town which is renowned for growing clementines and kiwi's.
Aleria, about 13 miles away is one of Corsica’s largest cities and was the capital of Corsica during the Roman occupation and nowadays it is probably best known for its ruins. It was almost completely destroyed in the 5th Century by the Vandals, the population took to the hills and the once great city was left to rack and ruin.
Moriani, roughly 32 miles away and just south of Bastia. This is a narrow coast under the Castagniccia hills which has been christened Costa Verde by the locals. Moriani Plage, the main resort, is located at one end of the 14km stretch of sand known as the Plage de l’Alistro which runs from the lighthouse north of Campoloro.
Corte, about 43 miles away, is a small town in the centre of Corsica and a great location for exploring the scenery of central Corsica. The main places of interest in Corte are the citadel and the Museum of Corsica which is inside the citadel.
Last update: 30.01.2018
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