Marina d'Erba RossaGhisonaccia, Corsica
Why you'll love this parc
- Visit the Gorges de la Restonica and swim in the sparkling pools
- See the cliff-side medieval houses in the ancient town of Bonifacio
- Meet the emus at the animal farm on parc
A lively parc overlooking the sea with direct beach access and its own animal farm
Beautiful beaches meet fabulous protected natural sites, at this Corsican parc overlooking the sea. The parc is surrounded by luscious palm trees and has a lovely lagoon pool with sea views. You’ll have direct access to a sandy beach, complete with ice cream parlour for truly tasty holiday afternoons. But with an additional pool complex, complete with exciting waterslides to enjoy, odds are you soon be heading back poolside!
Corsica is French-owned and you’ll feel the mainland influence across this parc. There’s a small shop, good restaurant and bar that overlook the beach pool and sea, but it won’t be long before the kids stumble upon the parc’s animal farm and make new holiday friends! We’d suggest hiring a car here so you can discover the best of the “Island of Beauty”.
Marina d'Erba Rossa availability
- Direct Beach Access
- Near a Town (4km)
- Car Recommended
- Table Tennis
- Near a River (5km)
- Horse Riding (1km)
- Dog Friendly
- Scuba Diving (25km)
- Cycle Hire
- Parc-run Kids' Clubs
Facilities and Amenities
Sports and Activities
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Direct sailings from Ireland to France are available from Cork to Roscoff with Brittany Ferries, Dublin to Cherbourg with Irish Ferries and Rosslare to Cherbourg with Stena Line.
The following routes listed are crossing the channel via the UK.