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Poggio Mezzana, France

7 nights, 2 adults, room only

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Douceur de vivre, culture et gastronomie


Particulièrement appréciée pour sa gastronomie dont la réputation n'est plus à faire, la France peut aussi se targuer d'un patrimoine culturel et artistique inégalé. À côté de cela, pas moins de 5.500 km de littoral le long de la Méditerranée, sur la façade Atlantique et le long de la Manche laissent entrevoir des paysages fabuleux agrémentés de falaises vertigineuses, de criques sauvages, de plages interminables, et de petites villes côtières pleines de charme.



The land of Napoleon offers much to impress even the most demanding of nature enthusiasts. Whether completing a circuit on foot, by car, bus or boat, visitors will marvel at the landscape and magnificent beaches. The immense natural riches on the land and in the sea have been preserved intact, and there are charming little bays, generous amounts of sunshine and delicious local cuisine. Whether arriving in Bastia in the north, Ajaccio or Calvi in the west, or Figari in the south, Corsica will welcome you with open arms and offer you a wonderfully varied and unforgettable holiday.

To do 


  • Discover the Scandola nature reserve onboard your kayak (the reserve is only accessible by boat) to enjoy the beauty of the landscape. 


  • Head to l’Uomo di Cagna which culminates to 1200 meters. From the valley, the giant made of stones seems to watch over the coastline. From Monaccia d’Aullène, you will need approximately 4 to 5 hours to reach the summit to appreciate the stunning view over Figari Bay, over the mouths of Bonifacio and over Sardinia.


  • Board the old train which goes along the coast from Calvi to Ile Rousse. You will enjoy bucolic landscapes through the window while listening to the driver telling stories about the region.


  • Take a tour through the vineyards of Patrimonio which criss-crosses Cap Corse from Bastia to Saint-Florent. Take some time to admire the wonderful sceneries, sit down and enjoy the local specialties with some Patrimonio wine.



To see 


  • You like unspoilt nature and crystal-clear water? Then you should head to Lavezzi Islands. This uninhabited archipelago offers wide hiking and swimming possibilities in a heavenly setting. 


  • Located about fifteen kilometres from Propriano, Sartène is well worth a visit exudes authenticity with its stone houses and narrow streets. Prosper Mérimée once described it as "the most Corsican of all Corsican towns". 


  • To soak up the atmosphere of Bastia, take a stroll along the old port and visit the museum which highlights the history of the town. It is located in the former governor's palace, whose gardens offer exceptional views of the city and the Cap Corse.


  • Like Calenzana, Sant'Antonino, Montemagtiore, many villages in Balagne offer splendid views of the region and highlight the historical heritage and Corsican craft skills. 

Ajaccio region

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The birthplace of Napoleon nestles in the crook of a bay famous for its wonderful sunsets and beautiful beaches. Stroll through the narrow streets in the historic centre of the town or enjoy the many friendly and lively cafés and terraces in the fishing port.



Approx. 65 km from Ajaccio airport and 66 km from Figari airport, what was once a sleepy, old fishing village is now a dynamic tourist destination. Water sports, several beaches of fine sand, and an impressive inland area make Propriano a popular resort.


Bastia region


Approx. 57 km from Bastia airport. Once a small fishing port, Macinaggio is the most famous marina in Cap Corse. Visitors particularly enjoy the superb natural environments, particularly at Capandula, a section of the coastline that can only be accessed on foot or by boat. 



Approx. 30 km from Bastia airport and 68 km from Calvi airport. Nestled in a beautiful bay and bordered by lovely, sandy beaches, Saint-Florent is currently one of the most popular seaside resorts. Located approx. 2 km from Oletta are several beaches, the town of Saint-Florent and the region of Nebbiu.


Located around 7 km from Bastia airport, this small town steeped in history has a beautiful coastline offering ideal swimming and water sports conditions. It is around 30 min. drive from the heart of Bastia and close to many preserved places like natural reserve of Biguglia and or of stunning wild beaches.



Situated approx. 13 km from Bastia and its airport, Borgo is nestled in the famous ‘Castagniccia’ region, known for its forests of chestnut trees, beautiful sandy beaches and the many water sports on offer there.



Moriani Plage / San Nicolao

Moriani Plage, known as ‘Paduella’ by locals, is a seaside resort in the community of San Nicolao, approx. 40 km from Bastia and its airport. The North ‘Mare a Mare’ hiking path connects the resort to Cargèse on the west coast of the island.


Poggio Mezzana - Avillanella

Approx. 23 km from Bastia airport and surrounded by a lush, natural landscape of chestnut and olive groves and wooded hillsides, the resort of Poggio Mezzana offers a stunning view of the Tyrrhenian sea and 17 km of fine, sandy beaches and clear water. 



Located halfway between Porto Vecchio and Bastia (the airport is about 70 kilometres away), this charming village features a peaceful coastline and a pleasant natural environment made of pine trees, ponds and mountains. It is the perfect place to combine water sports and outdoor activities.



Establihed some 50 km from Bastia, Linguizzetta is a small traditional village with Mount Sant'Appianu as a backdrop. It offers a perfect setting to stroll around or to sit down and taste some local specialties. The village also overlooks a fabulous coastline dotted with beaches, coves and hiking trails. 

Calvi region

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The town of Calvi is built at the foot of mountainous summits overlooking the sea. The lower part of the town looks over the port, while the area higher up is dominated by the Genoese citadel and its 16th-century ramparts. Stroll through the charming narrow streets and visit the church of Saint-Jean-Baptiste, built in 1862. Calvi airport is approx. 7 km away.


Belgodère - Lozari

Approx. 30 km from Calvi airport. The village of Belgodère is situated between the attractive town of Ile Rousse (approx. 7 km) and St. Florent (approx. 40 km) in the heart of the beautiful region of Balagne. Well known for its wonderful beach at Lozari, Belgodère is also the ideal departure point for the superb Route des Artisans.


Ile Rousse

Being one of the oldest seaside resorts in Corsica, this peninsula still enjoys an excellent reputation among holidaymakers. Its fine, sandy beaches are only a short walk from the central square of Ile Rousse. It is located approx. 24 km from Calvi airport and 85 km from Bastia airport.

Figari region

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Located approx. 29 km from Figari airport, Porto-Vecchio sits along an extensive, rugged coastline with some wonderful beaches, like Palombaggia. Once an ancient fortification, Porto-Vecchio dominates the lively marina from its position 70 metres above, particularly in the evening when the restaurants and terraces fill with people.


Approx. 65 km from Ajaccio airport and 66 km from Figari airport, what was once a sleepy, old fishing village is now a dynamic tourist destination. Water sports, several beaches of fine sand, and an impressive inland area make Propriano a popular resort.

Good to know

LuxairTours is represented by a local tour operator in Corsica. This agency is your contact point in Corsica and is available for assistance by telephone, regardless of the airport used by LuxairTours for your flight to the island. LuxairTours guests who arrive at Ajaccio or Bastia airport will be met personally by a representative from the local agency (‘Meet & greet service’). You will find all the details of the ‘meet & greet’ service in your travel documents.


The mandatory tourist tax is generally not included in your holiday package and must be paid on site.