Located on the east coast of Corsica, the 5-star Arinella Bianca campsite in Ghisonnacia is the ideal base to set off and explore authentic Corsica. With a mountain backdrop and seaside location, midway between Bastia and Bonifacio, you’ll be less than two hours from most of Corsica’s best-known sites. Enjoy an exhilarating adventure as you explore Corsica, an island that’s like one big mountain rising above the sea!
Explore Corsica's east coast
The Arinella Bianca campsite is located in the east of Corsica, so you can visit the most beautiful sites in the north and south during your stay; natural pools, mountains and seaside resorts await.
On the east coast, the Costa Verde is lined with seaside resorts and remarkable beaches such as Moriani beach, the longest in Corsica. The Costa Serena is home to the must-see Aléria archaeology museum, the restful Diana lagoon and the town of Ghisoni with its hiking trails. Finally, the Côte des Nacres is the place to be if you’re a canyoning fan. Enjoy a dip in the river and natural pools of Sari-Solenzara.
Near to Ghisonaccia, you can stroll around the Urbino lagoon, the second-largest in Corsica. Another way to explore the region is by hiking along the Aiguilles de Bavella where you can admire the Trou de la Bombe at Zonza. Don’t miss the must-see inland town of Corte and take an outing to the Restonica Gorges.
Why not head off on a mountain hike just a few minutes from the campsite?
Exploring southern Corsica
Set off from the Arinella Bianca campsite to discover southern Corsica.
Explore the limestone cliffs, caves and turquoise waters of Bonifacio and the Lavezzi Islands. Between the pretty marina and the citadel by the sea, you’ll find plenty of Insta-worthy shots.
Continue your journey to Ajaccio, the imperial city and birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte, and admire the sunset off the Îles Sanguinaires.
Finally, plunge into the heart of nature in Porto and visit the marina at Ota with views of the gulf, beach and Genoese tower.
Travel to northern Corsica
The Arinella Bianca campsite’s setting in Ghisonaccia is ideal for a change of scenery in Haute-Corse.
Visit Calvi, its citadel, sandy beaches and cultural riches. It’s believed that Christopher Columbus was born in Calvi.
Heading further north in Corsica, you’ll find the charming seaside resort of Saint-Florent. Enjoy a swim and hike in the Agriates Desert.
Finally, end your tour at Cap Corse. A wild, unspoiled region with an incredible variety of landscapes, from the black sand beaches at Nonza and Ogliastro, to the incredible views from the Sentier des Douaniers.
Make the most of Corsica's beaches
Arinella Bianca is a seaside campsite with direct access to the beach. A dream holiday by the Mediterranean Sea awaits: wake up facing the sea and admire the setting sun from your accommodation.
The campsite is close to Corsica‘s best unspoiled beaches, perfect for lazing in the sun, enjoying water activities or heading off on a walk or bike ride.
Discover the white sandy beaches of Lotu and Saleccia. Or why not head to the black sand beaches in Nonza? Don’t leave without spending time at the heavenly beaches in Palombaggia or Santa Giulia in Porto-Vecchio, voted the most beautiful beach in France.
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