Are you ready for a real holiday? Enjoy sandy beaches, the Corsican cuisine, the buzz of the cicadas, the sun...and more! Ghisonaccia is a commune in Haute-Corse nestled between the sea and the mountains. You will find a wide range of activities to keep you busy. And if that wasn't enough... The town has been awarded "Famille Plus" status, which means it gives families a special welcome with entertainment, activities and rates for all ages!
It's impossible to get bored in Ghisonaccia! Your days will be filled with a range of activities:
To liven up the evenings, take advantage of cultural events and pedestrian nights: concerts, lectures, speeches by celebrities, etc.
And there's nothing like good Corsican produce and dishes! Share a board of local cold meats, try brocciu (a Corsican cheese) and treat yourself to fiadone (a delicious local dessert).
Enjoy a top holiday at Village Vacances Marina d'Oru****. This complex has studios and villas that can accommodate up to 8 people. The holiday village is fully pedestrianised, making it ideal for children! Enjoy a busy stay at your holiday rental in Ghisonaccia. It has a tennis court, 2 swimming pools, children's and teenagers' clubs, a restaurant, a volleyball court and, above all, direct access to the beach! There are even pétanque courts for a game with the neighbours. Want to be pampered? Enjoy the wellness area.
So, when will you book?
Aléria is only 15 minutes by car from your residence, so why not take a little tour? You will love the beaches, Fort Marta, Roman remains, water sports and of course the good restaurants in the area!
There's nothing like relaxing by the water by reading a good book. But why not also try diving in this translucent water? Or even kayaking, the towed buoy...
Here, the culinary specialties are as famous as the beaches! The must: the Corsican delicatessen: the coppa, the lonzu, the sausage, the Prisuttu etc. But when you go to get your bread, ask for brocciu fritters (you will find sweet or salty recipes). And let's talk about chestnuts, you will find them in all sauces (chestnut flour cakes, chestnut cream etc).