Episode three: Made in Chelsea in Corsica

Posted on Aug 17, 2023 by Ella Brundle

Blog > Episode three: Made in Chelsea in Corsica

The fun continues and so does our Made in Chelsea blog! Dive in to read about the latest places the cast visited on Tuesday night.

With another beach volleyball match on the pristine white sands of Palombaggia Beach, the cast caught up over the latest love triangle dramas! Meanwhile, the girls ‘cheers’ over an ice-cold refreshment under the Mediterranean sun, again more relationship dramas are discussed! There is no shortage of beautiful places to sit back and relax in Corsica and you are bound to find the ideal spot to return to again and again. 

Palombaggia Beach

A few members of the group enjoy a morning breakfast and catch up at Parad’isula, a shabby chic beach café, right on the beautiful shoreline in Santa Giulia, “This place is sensational!” claims one of the guys… everyone agrees at how stunning Corsica is. Parad’isula is the epitome of a chic Corsican beach bar, where you can easily while away the day with gorgeous views and delicious cuisine, and of course, a nice glass of Corsican wine! Serving Mediterranean and traditional Corsican cuisine, you can come for a snack or a larger meal and enjoy paddling in the turquoise waters. There is ample parking and even live music on some evenings. As for Santa Giulia, the beach is remarkable and certainly wouldn’t look out of place somewhere tropical. Santa Giulia is ideally located for those looking to explore the south of the island further, the idyllic pine-backed beach and water sports make for a beautiful holiday by the water. The main town nearby is Porto Vecchio and will not disappoint, to browse our properties in and around Santa Giulia click here.

Santa Giulia Beach

Later on the group head to the VIP Beach bar in Lecci for some delicious-looking cocktails! This exclusive-looking bar is on the shores of Lecci Beach not far from Porto Vecchio. Next, the SUP paddle boards are out, and the cast is making the most of the abundance of water sports to take part in on the azure waters around the island, specifically Petite Plage de Cala Rossa, a small but stunning beach with mountain views across the gulf. There are so many options to have a jam-packed holiday with plenty of water sports, hiking, diving, and cycling, find out more here.

Cala Rossa

Another beautiful area the cast visited is Zonza, specifically Jardins de la Testa a beautiful farm growing a wide range of organic fruits and vegetables. On the show they are picking lemons before sitting down for refreshing Mimosas and glasses of citrussy concoctions, it looks like a beautiful setting to enjoy some time whilst on holiday, find the link to the farm’s website here. Zonza is a beautiful old town with plenty of history to explore, read more about it and the history of the L’Extrême Sud here.

Zonza village

The show ends down near the marina in Porto Vecchio, with some of the cast arriving by jet ski! Of course, they head to a luxurious-looking bar and enjoy an afternoon celebrating a birthday. Porto Vecchio is home to some great bars and restaurants, and in season they are always bustling, giving a lively atmosphere. The marina below the old town of Porto Vecchio is home to bobbing boats, further restaurants and bars and a wonderful atmosphere of people seeking shade in pavement cafés. Find out more about Porto Vecchio here.

Porto Vecchio marina

If the latest escapades during this episode have inspired you to book a Corsican getaway for your next summer holiday, you can browse our properties here. We have plenty of villas and hotels that boast a luxurious and lavish stay, enabling you to live the ‘Made in Chelsea’ lifestyle! Of course, there are plenty of property types to suit all tastes and budgets so make sure to look or speak to our friendly team on 01489 866931.

To read the last Made in Chelsea blog about episode two, click here.

 

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