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Destination: Corsica, France
Travel time (from): 7 days

Corsica Natura is located on a beautiful sandy beach with its possibilities to practice the many water sports on offer. The beach slopes gently into the sea, which is ideal for children.

 

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The naturist village of Corsica Natura is located between the towns of Moriani and Aleria. It is 46 km from Bastia. The accommodations are hidden between Macchias and Eucalyptus trees, the typical vegetation of Corsica. It is next to Tropicana and Club Corsicana, all naturist locations.

Corsica Natura is located on a lovely sandy beach with its possibilities to practice the many water sports on offer. The beach slopes gently into the sea, which is ideal for children. You can take a very long bare beach walk all the way to Bagheera, past Tropicana and Club Corsicana, all exposed locations.

Corsica Natura is a campsite and a bungalow park. The houses are all very simple and generally detached. Each bungalow has its own (small) private garden and that makes Corsica Natura different from the other locations. They have a private terrace with garden furniture, bathroom with shower, sink and toilet and a kitchen with 2-burner stove and refrigerator. WIFI is available free of charge throughout the campsite. You can rent a parasol at reception and there is a coin-operated washing machine and dryer in one of the sanitary buildings. Corsica Natura is right next to Tropicana and Club Corsicana and also within walking distance via Bagheera beach (all naturist parks). They are open from April 30 to October 15. There are several accommodations, which are available on request. Pets are allowed € 2 per dog/cat per day.

We can arrange transfer (to Bastia Airport), sheets, towels and final cleaning are included in the price. The supermarket can be found in Club Corsicana.

Bungalow Type B3 – Therese
Simple bungalow with separate bedroom and outside is the shower and toilet.

Bungalow Type B
Simple bungalow with living/bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette.

Bungalow C2S- sea view
A slightly larger bungalow, maximum 4 people. Terrace with sea view. Bedroom with bunk beds for children and 2 beds in the living room. There are 11 of these seaside bungalows.

Bungalow type 6 sea view
Bungalow for up to 4 people. Terrace with sea view. Bedroom with bunk beds for children and 2 beds in the living room. Direct access to the sea from terrace, but a steep path.

Bungalow type 8 – 20 m2
Bungalow for a maximum of 2 persons with a small bedroom with a double bed (140×190 cm). Fly screens on the windows and garden with plenty of shade. Outside a covered terrace.

Bungalow type 9 – 30 m2
Bungalow for up to 5 people with 2 bedrooms, 1 with a double bed (140x200cm) and the other with a bed of 120x190cm and a bunk bed of 70×190 cm. Outside a covered terrace.

Bungalow type 10 – 20 m2
Bungalow for up to 4 people with 2 bedrooms 1 x double bed (140x190cm) and 1 x bunk bed (80×190 cm). These bungalows are slightly older and located a bit further from the beach, so they are also quieter. Outside a covered terrace.

Bungalow type 11
These are stone bungalows for up to 4 people with 2 bedrooms 1 x double bed (140x190cm) and 1 x bunk bed (80×190 cm). Outside a covered terrace.

 

 

 

 

 

Facilities:
– Supermarket in the adjacent Club Corsicana
– Restaurant by the sea
– Laundry service
– Library
– Wagon with organic products
– Internet throughout the campsite
– Free beach cart for the disabled and a balustrade into the sea

In high season:
– Beach grill and beach bar
– Pizzeria/Crêpe bar

For a fee:
– Lockers
– Parasols and deck chairs
– Massage
– Hiking and mountain biking tours
– Field trips

Relaxation:
– Beach volleyball
– Canoe and Kayak rental
– Sauna
– Volleyball
– Table tennis
– Playground

By car:
Corsica Natura is approximately 1530 km from Utrecht. A car (or rental car) is a good way to travel around Corsica and useful if you want to visit slightly remote places. The roads in Corsica are of good quality, but there are no motorways. To go to Corsica with your own car, you have to cross by boat in France or Italy. In these countries you have to pay toll. Furthermore, you must be in possession of International Insurance Certificates or the green card if you are going with your own car. In France, including Corsica, it is mandatory to have an alcohol tester in the car. A Dutch driving license is sufficient, so an international driving license is not necessary.

By boat:
Internatuur mediates for Corsica Ferries. You can cross at Toulon, Nice and Marseille in France and Savona or Livorno in Italy. Prices change daily, so ask us for a quote.

With the plane:
Flight time approximately 2 hours. There are options with Transavia to fly from Rotterdam/The Hague airport to Bastia on Mondays and Fridays.

Due to the distances to the accommodations, we recommend that you take a rental car.

You can request information about the flight days and car rental from us.

Corsica:
Corsica is located in the Mediterranean, just 80 kilometers from the Italian coast and only 12 kilometers from Sardinia, but it is definitely part of France. With a maximum width of 85 km and a length of 185 km, it is the third largest island in the Mediterranean. The “Île de Beauté”, as Corsica is called by the French, is an island of contrasts. Rough cliffs are found in the west. Miles of sandy beaches line the island in the east. The fields and vineyards begin behind it. These extend to the foot of the mountains, which inland turn into a high massif, which is largely formed by a protected nature reserve. Citadels, churches, castles and fortresses bear witness to an eventful history. Typical of Corsica is the beautiful plant world, which consists of more than 70 different species that occur in the Mediterranean and in the Alps. These include rare orchids and cacti and of course the Macchia, which smells wonderful in spring.

Specialties:
The Corsican wine is definitely worth a try. More than 2000 years ago, the ancient Greeks planted vineyards, because the soil and climate here are excellent.

Language:
The official language in Corsica, part of France is French. Each region speaks its own dialect. In the tourist area you can go as a tourist with English.

Currency:
Corsica is part of France and is part of the European Union and you can also pay with the euro here. Almost all cards for debit cards are accepted. Credit cards are also accepted.

Climate:
Corsica has a Mediterranean climate. The island offers you a long summer, where the sea is pleasant in temperature and not too cold for diving.

Climate table Corsica
Apr.MayjunjulaugsepOct.
Average temperature17202425262318
Average number of hours of sunshine per day8911121198
Average number of days of rainfall99412610
Average sea water temperature15162023242220

 

B3-Therese

Suitable for 2-4 persons.

Type C2-S sea view

Suitable for 2-4 persons.

Type 6 sea view

Suitable for 2-4 persons.

Type 8

Suitable for 1-2 persons.

Type 9

Suitable for 2-5 people.

Type 10

Suitable for 2-4 persons.

Type 11

Suitable for 2-4 persons.

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Travel organization Internatuur

Do you have questions about our trips or would you like to make an appointment? Please contact us by calling +31 (0) 26 – 361 71 34 or fill in the contact form on the right and we will contact you as soon as possible.

IJsselrest 68
6932 DW Westervoort

Tel: +31 (0) 26 – 361 71 34
E-mail: info@internatuur.nl

Opening hours
Monday to Friday: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm.
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM.