Has the beautiful island of Corsica featured on your bucket list as a holiday destination? Cross it off your list and spend this years’ holiday at Camping Colomba in the southwest of this magical island. Ideally located just 300 meters from the beach and the azure waters of the Mediterranean Sea.Campsite with a Mediterranean atmosphereThe swimming pool at Camping Colomba is not that big, but is great for a refreshing dip.
Adjacent is the terrace of the pizzeria, which exudes a wonderful Mediterranean atmosphere. Palm trees, wooden decking and lounge sets. Do you see yourself sitting with a nice cold rosé waiting for your fresh pizza? Make sure you also plan a wellness moment for yourself ... bubbling in the jacuzzi is wonderful, but with such a view it is absolutely amazing! Then grab a sauna and you will feel reborn. Meanwhile, you can encourage your children to join in the entertainment programme of animation activities and they will feel so happy too!
Breath-taking Corsica Clear blue water, white sandy beaches, rugged mountain tops, overwhelming nature and good food ... that is Corsica! Along the coastline you can spot tropical oasis or cute villages from the middle ages. If you do not come to Corsica with your own car, make sure you rent one, because it is a shame to stay in one place on this beautiful island. Near Camping Colomba, in the Gulf of Valinco, lies the village of Propriano. Already inhabited in the time of the Greeks and Romans, it is now a tourist resort with beautiful beaches. Here, you can arrange an enchanting boat trip at sea or rent a jet ski and hit the waves! When you think of France, you also think of Napoleon. Ajaccio is his birthplace, which nowadays serves as a national museum and you will find various statues of him there. The Genoans built a citadel with defence towers, which together with the Renaissance style cathedral is one of the highlights of the city! Are you an avid walker? In the middle of Corsica is a National Park which is a mecca for those who like to put on hiking boots. The flora and fauna is wonderful as well as the well-preserved historic buildings and excavations. Do not miss it!
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