Marina derba Rossa
With a simply stunning setting beside its own sandy beach, Marina D'Erba Rossa offers the perfect place for a family holiday whether you are looking for rest and relaxation or none stop entertainment and adventure.
One of the parks best features is the beautiful swimming pool which overlooks the expansive sandy beach and offers uninterrupted views of the Mediterranean sea. During the day guests can enjoy numerous activities including mini golf, volleyball. Tennis and cycling. There is also a small farm which is popular with young children. The on-site shop sells self catering essentials as well as souvenirs and larger shops can be found within walking distance. For meals the restaurant offers good value for money and a comprehensive menu full of family favourites. There is also a takeaway and a bar serving drinks and snacks which can be enjoyed by the pool.
Two styles of holiday home are available offering stylish and spacious accommodation. Vivaldi Homes have one double bedroom and two twin rooms, sleeping 6 in total. Rossini Riviera homes also sleep 6 and have one double bedroom, one twin and a double sofa bed in the lounge. Both options are family friendly and feature open plan fitted kitchens, spacious living and dining areas, comfy beds and large external decked patios for alfresco dining.
Venture off-site and the surrounding area has much to offer. Horse riding, Quad Bikes, Pedaloes and Wind Surfing can all be found within 1 mile from the park and are good options for those seeking adventure. We also recommend visiting the famous beach at Solenzara just 17 miles away.
• Family entertainment programme: dancing and shows June to end August
• WalkingCorsica will captivate those who enjoy walking, as hiking is one of the key attractions of the island. With some impressively high peaks, breathtaking scenery and unspoilt countryside, Corsica can be greatly appreciated on foot and there is sufficient variety to match walkers/ hikers of all levels. There are many footpaths that have been created to start from the sea and head to the mountains 'Mare é Montiâ€ť. The walking season is mid-May to early-July and during September.Much of Corsica's forests, featuring a whole host of fauna and flora, mountainous hinterland and wild coast are made accessible by waymarked trails maintained by the Parc Regional and local towns. Walking maps are available from newsagents and local tourist offices.
• GolfIt is some distance from the park but for golf enthusiasts the spectacular Golf de Spérone on the southern tip of Corsica is a must. The course is regularly in the top 100 of Golf World's best. It combines 12 inland holes with gorse and heather, with 6 stunning holes along the coast and seaside cliffs.Spérone is a test for the best golfers - the fairways are wide, but the challenge arises on this hilly course when playing off the back or when the wind blows. If your handicap is not in single figures the course owners request that you play off the forward tees and simply admire the design and scenery. Tee times can be booked in advance.
• CyclingFor those with determination and stamina, views from the mountain tracks and coastal roads are spectacular. Because of the rough terrain, mountain bikes (vélos tous terrains or VTTs) are preferable over other types of bicycle
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