Hôtel San Lucianu


St Florent & the North East  |  Moriani Plage

70 rooms - Sleeping 2-4

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A wonderful hotel that is perfect for active holiday-goers looking for fun on the water and plenty of sports!

Hôtel San Lucianu is a beautiful hotel, recently renovated and situated in the small yet lively resort of Moriani-Plage, with its pristine beach, on the east coast of Corsica. An ideal choice for those looking for an active holiday, there is lots on offer from the hotel. Children will love the many activities organised throughout the summer holidays, and for all the family make the most of the beachside location enjoying paddleboarding and kayaking. Land based, you have the choice of tennis and even bikes to use, all of which are available for free from the hotel (small refundable deposit required). Yoga and Pilates classes are available during July and August for those looking for a more relaxing pursuit. 

Each room at San Lucianu is decorated with modern furnishings that are like a home away from home, with a bright spacious feel. For added luxury, you can upgrade to a sea view room or a suite and for families the hotel offers inter-connecting rooms. The on-site restaurant, A Muredda, offers local Mediterranean cuisine and has a fabulous sea view terrace, making for the perfect backdrop for breakfast, long lazy lunches, and evening meals. Near the beach, the beach bar serves delicious cocktails, cold drinks, and ice cream throughout the day.

The hotel pool is generously sized with comfortable sunloungers for guests to enjoy the view out to the horizon. The local area of the ‘Plaine Orientale’  is ideal for those looking for an active holiday, as well as those looking for a relaxing beach holiday. It offers something a little different from the better known resorts in Corsica and there is plenty of hiking and no shortage of beautiful scenery to explore

Should you wish to go further afield, both the north and south of the island are accessible. Beach hop your way along the east coast, or venture out to explore the abundance of restaurants on offer.


Good to know

  • No local charges to pay as the Taxe de Séjour is included in the price of your holiday

  • There is an à la carte menu menu available in A Muredda restaurant, open 7.30pm-10pm

  • Lunch is served 12-2.30pm

  • Beach towels are available to hire @ €5 per towel. Pool opening times are 9am-8pm

  • In high season it is recommended to reserve extra facilities such as massages, yoga and pilates in advance (pay locally)

  • There is no electric charging point at the hotel, the nearest one is located at the Camping Marendella, next to the hotel



Facilities in hotel

Bar, swimming pool (25m x 8m, max depth 1.2m), A Muredda restaurant, beach bar, tennis courts, bicycles, paddle boarding, kayaks, yoga and pilates (July and August, additional charge), massages (additional charge) children's animation (twice wekly in July and August, French speaking), lift, safety deposit box hire, car park.

Facilities in room

En-suite shower room, television, telephone, minibar air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, balcony.


  • Beach: On the beach
  • Restaurants: on site, limited choice 300m, Moriani Plage 1km
  • Shops: Moriani Plage 1km
  • Main Town: Moriani Plage 1km, Bastia 42km
  • Airports: Bastia 26km, Calvi 108km

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Rooms at Hôtel San Lucianu

Standard Côté Montagne

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Standard Côté Mer

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About the Local Area


40km South of Bastia, lies the small village of Moriani Plage. Known as part of the Costa Verde, which is ideal for families, Moriani plage is centrally located. It is the largest of the Costa Verde offering a perfect place from which to explore the coastline. Due to its wetter climate the region is one of the most fertile areas, and boasts many vineyards and fruit farms producing lemons, clementines, kiwis and other citrus fruits.


Moriani Plage
The Costline of the Costa Verde nestles between the Castagniccia hills and the deep blue waters of the Tyrrhenian sea, and boasts 14km stretch of golden sand with Moriani Plage as its main resort. There are various access points to the beach and several beach bars along this vast stretch. A couple of spots also offer water sports.


Rock' Inseme Biguglia, June
A rock and pop music festival bringing together recognised artists and up-an-coming bands.

Fiera di u Vinu – Luri, July
A lively festival celebrating the wine produced in the Cap Corse region.

A Notte di a Memoria – The Relève du Gouverneur - Bastia, July
A re-enactment of the arrival of the French governor with a light and drum parade through the streets of the citadel.

Les Nuits de la Guitare – Patrimonio, July
The amphitheatre in the village of Patrimonio is the setting for this popular festival that takes place every July and draws stars from the world of guitar, be it jazz, flamenco, blues or rock.

Porto Latino - St Florent, August
A hot Latin festival with nightly open-air concerts held in the citadel.

Festival de la Chanson/Corse Pascal Paoli – Furiani, August
Corsican singing concerts.

Festival de Musique – Erbalunga, August
An established music festival showing off some of the greatest national and local talents.


Visit Bastia
The old town of Bastia lies south of Place St Nicolas and surrounds the old port which should not be missed.  It is overlooked by the high honey coloured Genoese Citadel (quite a climb) and bustles with harbour side bars and restaurants. Wander through the old streets behind the old port to find the Place du Marché where there is a local farmers market each morning.

Going eastwards from Corté, over the mountain ridge that separates the Tavignano and Golo rivers, lies the very fertile region of the Castagniccia  (literally meaning “small chestnut grove”), wherein lies over 100km² of primarily sweet chestnut forests. On a clear day, the altitude affords views over the Tuscan Islands and occasionally, the snow-capped peaks of the Alps are visible.

Cap Corse
On the west of Cap Corse, narrow roads wind above a dramatically serrated coastline, dotted with little coves, whilst the sea washes on the rocks below and woods and maquis outline the peaks above.  A complete circuit of the Cap Corse will take you about four hours (without stops) and we recommend that you always drive in a clockwise direction so that you are always in the inside lane (the road can be narrow and winding and the drops are precipitous and rather scary!).

Just past Bastia, approx 1hr drive, the fishing port of Erbalunga on the eastern coast clings to a little jagged promontory, opal waves slapping against gaudy fishing boats. The pedestrianised village has many cafés and restaurants and a Genoese tower on the headland and is the home of a Jazz festival in August.