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Calvi & la Balagne  |  Ville di Paraso

Open Plan House - Sleeps up to 2

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Quercitellu is a quirky little villa for two with a private pool in relaxing setting.

Peacefully located near the sleepy village of Ville di Paraso, Quercitellu is a delightfully secluded bergerie and the ultimate romantic hideaway. 

Simply furnished, this sympathetically converted property offers a cosy, open plan interior with a small galley kitchen, living/sleeping area and a good sized bathroom. An impressive stone vaulted ceiling and old fireplace give Quercitellu its quirky and unique character whilst acting as a cool haven in the heat of the summer. Outside you will find it hard to drag yourself away from the shaded vine-hung trellis patio area, perfect for sitting and relaxing with a chilled glass of wine, whiling the sleepy Corsican hours away. Follow the fruit trees and the lawned garden to the inviting private swimming pool complete with massage jets and a spacious patio – a rare find for a little bergerie.

With just a couple of other houses sharing the access road to Quercitellu, this really is the perfect property to get away from it all.


Open plan studio living/sleeping area with double bed and simple kitchen corner, separate bathroom with wc.


Private pool with whirlpool (8m x 4m, depth 1.3m-1.9m), barbecue, garden, patio area, washing machine, microwave.


  • Beach: L'Ile Rousse 15km
  • Restaurants: Speloncato 4km
  • Shops: 1km
  • Main Town: L’Ile Rousse 15km
  • Airport: Calvi 36km, Bastia 79km

About the Local Area


Ville di Paraso is a quaint mountain village overlooking the Regino Valley.  The village is ideal for customers wanting ultimate peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of the coast whilst enjoying the real Corsican countryside. Views are truly magnificent and there are ample walking trails in the area.


A large beach which is rarely crowded. Access to the beach is between the turnings for Palasca and Belgodère and there is ample car parking. With a couple of beach cafés, this beach is stepped and shelves quite steeply at the waterline. Please note in rough seas, beware with less accomplished swimmers and children.

L’lle Rousse
The town beach of L'Ile Rousse can be very busy and has excellent facilities with cafés, restaurants and sunloungers lining the beach. If you're prepared to wander a little further, you can generally find a quiet spot. Another benefit of its size is that it is generally patrolled. It's a fine yellow sand beach and the water is a gorgeous clear blue. There are good opportunities here for water sports.

Just west of L’Ile Rousse, Bodri Plage is an unspoilt beach, a walk through the maquis and over the railway line. The walk is worth it, as the beach has almost white sand and a turquoise sea.

Baie de Giunchetu
A short walk further west, around the rocky Punta di Genebre you will find this beach. It is slightly less picturesque, but larger.


A celebration of the sea held in l'Ile Rousse every May. In addition to fish and seafood produce, there are many activities for children as well as scientific stands, competitions, exhibitions and workshops.

Estivoce in Pigna 
Estivoce is a celebration of Corsican music and arts with concerts of polyphonic music from June to September with many of the celebrations being in July.

Foire de l'Amandier in Aregno
Held in the Balagne village of Aregno every August, the Foire de l’Amandier includes tastings, painting exhibitions, events for children and cooking contests all based around the almond and its trees.

Fiera di l’Artigiani in Felicetu
The craftsmen of the Strada di l’Artigiani congregate to celebrate their crafts every August.

Fiera di u Sumere in Sant’Antonino
Celebrating the donkey in August, the only form of transport in the cobbled winding streets of this mountain village. Take a donkey ride around the village to view the picturesque surroundings and magnificent views.

Rencontres Polyphoniques in Calvi 
Polyphonic singing is at the heart of Corsican culture every September in Calvi and singers from around the world perform in the Citadel at the Rencontres Polyphoniques.


This charming village is set in a beautiful hillside location with views out to sea, where it is believed that Christopher Columbus' mysterious mother was born. The village has a secluded feel with large, smart houses scattered around the zig-zag lanes down the hillside. Monticello village itself has a handful of restaurants and some sports facilities, all within a short drive of the coast.

Pony Trekking
Available from Monticello, trekking through the Balagne hills and discovering the area’s true natural beauty.

Explore the narrow streets of Sant'Antonino, the oldest inhabited village in Corsica and labelled as "one of the most beautiful villages in France". The village affords 360° views of the surrounding countryside and coast, has several restaurants, a local produce shop and the famous ‘maison du citron’ (run by Mr Antonino), which serves excellent citron pressé.                   

Strada di l’Artigiani
Follow the craft trail “Strada di l’Artigiani” through the villages of La Balagne and sample the local specialities en route.

L’lle Rousse
This popular Corsican Town has a lazy, peaceful charm and yet the ‘buzz’ of a Riviera resort. Wander the streets and make sure you take a trip to the market held every morning in a majestic covered market place. The produce is local and fresh and includes fish, vegetables, local honey, charcuterie and cheeses. There are ample restaurants to choose from in the narrow streets and around the main square beneath the plane trees and the silver sand of L’Ile Rousse beach is very tempting.

Train Journeys
Taking a train journey is a delightful and different way to experience the varied and wonderful landscapes of Corsica. This regular service allows you to explore the coastline to the west of L’lle Rousse, stopping at all of the beaches en route. The line, built in the 1880’s and 1890’s hugging the coast is undoubtedly one of the worlds most scenic railways. The complete journey takes approx 50 minutes, and depending on the time of year travelling, there are between 5 and 10 return journeys a day.