Sole di SariSolenzara, Corsica
Why you'll love this parc
- Discover the Alta Rocca mountains, just a short drive away
- Close to magnificent Scafa Rossa beach
- Sailing and windsurfing less than 1 km away
Immerse yourself in natural wonders at this eco-friendly parc, nestled between mountains and forests
How would you like to spot a golden eagle soaring over your beautiful, woodland holiday spot? Give Sole di Sari on Corsica’s Côte des Nacres (“Coast of Pearls”) a go and you might just see one!
You’ll be wowed from the minute you arrive at this parc, which is at the heart of mountains and forests. This stretch of Corsican coast is part of a nature reserve and within touching distance of the sea, so you’ll spot plenty of wildlife and marine creatures. This eco-friendly parc has direct access to a river where you can take a dip, or test your water wings at the sunny pool complex. All that action will work up quite an appetite; luckily you’ll find a snack bar, restaurant, takeaway, bar and ice cream shop on parc.
Sole di Sari availability
- Near a Beach (1.5km)
- Near a Town (1km)
- Canoeing (2km)
- Car Recommended
- Windsurfing (1km)
- Table Tennis
- Scuba Diving (1km)
- Parc-run Kids' Clubs
- Small Parc
Facilities and Amenities
Sports and Activities
Our 'Know Before You Go' Travel Tips
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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.