Top 6 family villas in Corsica

Updated on Oct 23, 2019 by Stacey Parsons

Blog > Top 6 family villas in Corsica

Are you in search of the perfect villa for your family holiday this summer? Sometimes it can be hard to choose, so we've picked out our top 6 to make things a little easier.

Family villas in Corsica

 

1. Villa Cléa | St Florent | Three bedrooms

A great choice for larger families, this property affords fantastic views over the Gulf of St Florent, in Corsica's rugged north east.

The private pool is perfect for soaking up the sunshine, and the terrace shares the same superb views making al fresco dining even more rewarding. The interior is spacious and comfortable, with a modern kitchen.

Find out more about Villa Cléa

 

2. Villa Tasche Vecchio | Porto Vecchio | Three bedrooms 

A beautiful home from home with incredible countryside views, and just a 15-minute drive Porto Vecchio in Corsica’s sought-after southern region, Villa Tasche Vecchio is a fantastic option for older families looking for a private and relaxing holiday.

The focal point of this property has to be the stunning private swimming pool, which from its elevated position overlooks the surrounding countryside, all the way across to the mountains of the interior.

Find out more about Villa Tasche Vecchio

 

3. La Citaj | St Florent | Four bedrooms 

A wonderful restored house full of charm and located close to the atmospheric and inviting centre of St Florent, La Citaj is a beautifully restored old stone house which omits plenty of authenticity.

From the comfortable bedrooms and striking decor to the pretty garden and tempting swimming pool, this is a property ideal for a family escape.

Discover more about La Citaj (and view our 360° tour)

 

4. Casa di L'Olivu | Tarrabucceta | Two bedrooms 

If you're a family of four and would like a countryside bolthole not too far from some of southern Corsica's most rewarding destinations, you might want to consider Casa di L'Olivu.

A bergerie-style property surrounded by ancient olive groves, the small infinity pool and summer kitchen are alluring. If this isn't enough, hop in the car and head to La Tonnara and Santa Giulia beaches, both just a short drive away.

Being in close proximity to Villa Bicu Rossu and Casa di Pruno make this villa a great option for larger families looking for their own space, while still being close enough to meet for dinner and drinks in the evening.

Find out more about Casa di L'Olivu

 

5. Villa Joseli | Oletta | Three bedrooms 

Best described as a home-from-home, if your kids like to play in a large pool, and you like to relax in a deck chair on the lawn with a good book, or sit under the shade of the vines with a refreshing beverage, Villa Joseli is a strong contender.

The completely enclosed garden makes it a fantastic choice for families with younger children, and you can explore St Florent's bustling harbour and La Roya's golden beach, both just 3km away. 

Discover Villa Joseli

 

6. Casarella Cesarina | Calvi Town | Two bedrooms

Perfectly situated on the heights just above Calvi with fantastic views across the bay, this popular villa is all about location, location, location.

Occupying an elevated position on the hillside, it's perfectly placed just a 5-minute drive or a 15-minute stroll downhill to the beaches, shops and restaurants of Calvi. Having been perfectly designed to make the most of its surroundings, the villa also affords spectacular views over the glistening waters of Calvi bay with a backdrop of la Balagne’s mountains. 

Find out more about Casarella Cesarina


If you want to know more about a family holiday to Corsica this summer, give our friendly sales team a call on 01489 866931, and they can work with you to find the perfect villa for your family. 

 

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