Solenzara - Côte des Nacres

villas in category 4 **** in 2013 (official document here)


Situated on the Côte des Nacres, barely 5 minutes from a remarkable beach of fine sand that stretches northwards for kilometres and is still one of the island's least frequented, even at the height of the season. At daybreak the sun rises up out of the Tyrrhenian Sea to bathe the village and our villas, illuminating one of the island's most stunning sights: the rocky massif of the Bavella Needles. Dedicated to sunshine and idling, these three new villas standing above Solenzara look out over an immense vista of sea, forging a link between modernity, in their decoration, and tradition, in the stony maquis surrounding them. They are available for holiday rental by the week.

The village of Solenzara, with its charming little marina offering 450 moorings, has every kind of shop, a doctor, a pharmacy, a bank, restaurants etc. The Solenzara River close by invites you to vary your aquatic pleasures thanks to its many waterfalls and natural swimming pools of clear, refreshing water. There are many walks through the Regional Nature Park and for experienced hikers a night in a refuge will lead them to the GR20 long-distance trail. For more active holidays, close by there is climbing, canyoning, rafting, a via ferrata and a tree-top adventure course, in magnificent countryside that will enchant young and old alike. In winter, the mountains don a beautiful coat of snow, making it possible to go cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, with an experienced guide if you wish.

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To the south, a succession of discreet coves and small creeks of turquoise water lead to Porto-Vecchio with its bustling town life and picturesque little streets, its shops, the legendary beaches of Palombaggia and Santa Giulia, plus the popular Via Notte nightclub, a must for holiday partying. Further on lies Bonifacio perched on its limestone cliffs, from which Sardinia and the Lavezzi and Cavallo Islands can be seen, and tempting you on delightful strolls through the narrow streets of its Old Town.