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

In the south of Corsica on the east coast near Porto Vecchio is the naturist area La Chiappa.

 
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La Chiappa is located in a large natural park on a peninsula on the Gulf of Porto Vecchio. The rocky coast is interspersed here with small sandy and pebble beaches. The houses are located in a pine forest.

The houses are very simple and are located in a hilly landscape. The bungalows are all detached. The terrace with garden furniture is on an elevation and mostly covered. Type B has a living / bedroom, kitchenette, bathroom with shower, sink and toilet and a small terrace with garden furniture. This type can also be booked with air conditioning. The bungalow B + has a larger terrace and is closer to the sea. Bungalow type C is the same as type B, but has a 2-person bedroom. Type D has a spacious living room with sofa bed, 2 bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with 2 x single bed, large bathroom with double washbasin, shower and toilet. This house has air conditioning. The bungalow type D + has a 3rd bedroom and a 2nd bathroom, a washing machine and dishwasher and air conditioning. The type D are the last to be built.

It is of course also possible to stay with your own tent or caravan at La Chiappa.

Facilities:
– First aid post
–  Supermarket where you can get bread in the morning
–  Souvenir shop
–  Restaurant, Pizzeria, Bar
– Children’s club and entertainment in high season
–  Playground
– Free WIFI.

Relaxation:
– Fresh water swimming pool and children’s pool
– Sauna
– In high season disco, dance evenings, music performances and various art workshops
– Various sports activities such as table tennis, volleyball and boules.

For a fee:
Surfing / diving (lessons), archery, mini golf, water gymnastics, horseback riding, massage, tennis,  computer room, washing machine, safe at the reception.

By car:
La Chiappa is approx  1620 km from Utrecht. A car (or rental car) is a good way to get through  Corsica and handy if you want to visit slightly remote places. Into the roads  Corsica are of good quality, but there are none  highways. 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:
There are possibilities with Transavia  to fly to Ajaccio from Amsterdam on Wednesday or Saturday. From Düsseldorf you can fly to Calvi with Air Berlin. If you don’t mind switching, it is possible to fly to Bastia from both Amsterdam and Düsseldorf. 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.

Car hire :
Since we cannot offer a transfer, we advise you to rent a car. We mediate for Sunny Cars.

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.

May

jun

jul

aug

sep

Oct.

 Average temperature

17

20

24

25

26

23

18

 Average number of hours of sunshine per day

8

9

11

12

11

9

8

 Average number of days of rainfall

9

9

4

1

2

6

10

 Average sea water temperature15162023242220

 

Bungalow A

Suitable for 2 persons. Surface approximately 16 m².

Bungalow type B

Suitable for 1-2 persons. Surface approximately 30 m².

Bungalow type C.

Suitable for 2-4 persons. Surface approximately 40 m².

Bungalow type D

Suitable for 4-5 persons. Surface approximately 60 m²

Bungalow type D +

Suitable for 4-6 persons. Surface approximately 70 m².

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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.

We are closed on Saturdays in July and August.