|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
Combining the charm of Corsica’s village life with modern convenience, this beautiful apartment in the hamlet of Venaco creates an oasis of calm perfect for your holiday retreat.
The kitchen comes equipped with everything you need from breakfast toast and coffee, to midnight snacking straight from the refrigerator – and everything in-between. The cosy dining area seats three, with more seating available on the terrace should you decide to enjoy the balmy weather and beautiful flowers in bloom.
The master bedroom, cheerfully lit with beautiful wall sconces, holds a cosy double bed, while the sofa converts into an additional double. The immaculate bathroom is fitted with a shower and a WC.
After a day of exploring, you will love relaxing on the sofa in the living room, enjoying the TV or curling up with the books provided.
The apartment is electrically heated, and a washing machine and dryer are provided for your convenience.
End cleaning is included in the rental price, but please bring your own towels and linen.
Parking is not available, smoking is not allowed and pets are not welcome.
• The lovely garden and overlooking terrace
• The interior stone archways
• The charming village scenery
*Plus compulsory or optional charges based on actual occupancy or consumption. The payment has to be made in the currency offered by the property manager, before use of conversion tool. Payments in other currencies have to be negotiated beforehand with the property manager. The currency conversion tool is provided for your convenience only and is non-binding.
A peaceful village overlooking the Tavignano Valley in central Corsica, the charming hamlet of Venaco shines as a postcard-perfect gem of tranquillity amid an island of ever-growing tourism and commercial resort towns.
Come here for a retreat from the bustle of city life; you will find a local tavern, market, and restaurant within 500 metres of your apartment, and the town of Corte sits 10km away. There, you will find the unmistakeable Citadel, built in 1419 and perched atop the town overlooking the rivers below, in addition to several small museums and other local attractions.
A half-hour drive south-east will take you to Aleria, the closest beach and the site of some fascinating Roman ruins. In its unpolluted waters you can fish and swim to your heart’s content. Aleria too, remains unaffected by the trappings of modern tourism and retains its pristine beauty as a charming, natural glimpse into traditional Corsican village life. An hour’s drive north-west will take you to the beautiful sands of L’Ile Rousse, definitely worth a day trip.
Our Choice: This region is most known for its beautiful walking, horse riding, and hiking trails; ask for local recommendations on where to begin your trek, or perform a brief online search – you will discover many websites with ratings on length and difficulty of trails, quite valuable for novice hikers or newcomers to the area.