Hotels in France » Region Corse
Corsica is an island in the Mediterranean Sea consists of two departments (southern Corsica and high Corsica).
Corsica is a land of contrasts, a veritable "mountain in the sea" - The Monte Cinto rises to 2710 metres - the island (8 760 sq. km with more than 1000 km of coastline) form a castle freshwater in the Mediterranean; It is located 200 km south-east of the French Riviera, west of Tuscany it is near and north of Sardinia.
Rather wooded and mountainous, the south coast is made up of high cliffs (Bonifacio).
The Corsica lies with Sardinia on a micro continental plate separated from that of France or Italy called block corso-Sardinian.
The Greeks had called this island in the Mediterranean Sea "Kallisté" the most beautiful. Today, Corsica is known as "Island of Beauty" and its breathtaking scenery surely tempt visitors.
With its thousand kilometers of coastline, with about 300 of fine sand, Corsica is an ideal place for boaters, divers and other lovers of the great blue. But Corsica is also a mountain in the sea By the way, the early twentieth century, some had dubbed the island green, to differentiate it from other Mediterranean islands much more arid.
Indeed, Corsica, despite its southernmost position and a sunshine unparalleled, is an island green.
Situated at the heart of the Costa Serena, by the Tavignanu river, the Atrachjata hotel welcomes you all year in an ideal setting between the sea and mountains featuring culture, local produce, history, excursions, outdoor activities and pristine beaches. The hotel offers among others 28 rooms and 2 suites all air-conditioned, free and unlimited WIFI, a pub, a parking and a meeting room.