Olmeto is a seaside resort overlooking the majestic Gulf of Valinco. Colomba, the beautiful Corsican heroine of Prosper Mérimée's novel has made the village famous. Olmeto is ideally located between the turquoise sea and lush maquis. The combination of sea and mountain landscapes provides countless fun activities.
Sea trips and water activities:
Discovering Corsica by the sea is a unique opportunity to see a completely different facet of the island and discover the marine life.
For the more sporty, paddleboarding, windsurfing, jetskiing, canonying or diving are offered in Propriano and surroundings.
The beaches :
The surrounding beaches are among the most beautiful in southern Corsica. More than 73 kilometers of coast in the only Sartenais-Valinco for moments of relaxation and unforgettable relaxation. In addition to the crystal clear water cove located just 200 meters from the residence, enjoy the pleasures of the Cupabia beaches, Roccapina, the silver beach or the beach of Abbartello, also famous for their stretches of white sand and the transparency of their water that makes the landscape absolutely heavenly.
Corsica is a wonderful place to discover the fauna and flora on foot: the hiking trails are numerous and accessible for all levels (except the GR20 reserved for the most experienced). We will be happy to advise you the best hiking trails, such as the Campomoro path by the coast with a view overlooking the Gulf, the Capu di Muru peninsula tower in Coti-Chiavari or the Cupabia beach and the beach. turn of Capanella whose departure is made in Serra di Feno.
Towns around Proriano:
The village of Propriano with its beautiful fishing port, its typical narrow streets and its Mediterranean atmosphere is a popular place for visitors to stroll, enjoy an ice cream, have a drink on the terrace or have lunch in one of the restaurants with sea view. the city. In the surroundings, do not miss Ajaccio, the Imperial city where is held a large specialty market and Corsican producers all year round. You can discover the Napoleon Museum, the Palais Fesch, the Napoleon Cave and enjoy the many shops, bars and restaurants. A little further south, Bonifacio and its white limestone cliffs still impress as much: Perched at the top of the cliff, Bonifacio dominates the Gulf's seawater. Its medieval streets and the famous stairs of the King of Aragon, dug in one night by hand according to legend make it a must for your holiday. During your holidays, do not miss the village of Piana, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and listed as one of the most beautiful villages in Corsica. The Piana coves and their astonishing pink granite rocks offer a flamboyant spectacle not to be missed .