Domaine de Murtoli – Corsica

Located 200 miles off the coast of Southern France, the Island of Corsica is a fascinating destination that has retained a traditional Mediterranean culture. The Greeks named Corsica, Kalliste, “the most beautiful one”.

At the southern tip of Corsica, between the sea and the mountains, lies an immense estate in the heart of a valley carved by the Ortolo River: Le Domaine de Murtoli. An exclusive address shared among a precious few. Nestled within two thousand hectares of completely wild brush-covered terrain, this unique setting offers many inviting coves and an endless white sand beach that stretches over a dozen kilometres along the Mediterranean Sea.

With a blend of 16th century architecture and rustic simplicity, a total of 11 villas and sheepfolds are individually appointed between sea and mountains. Located either near the coves or in the fragrant maquis, these chic properties offer exclusive and intimate privacy to relax and enjoy the contrast and diversity of the island’s landscape.

Guests can spend their day exploring the maquis on a horse–back riding or simply chose for one of the special holiday programmes proposed… from discover local natural fragrances, urchin tasting and wine appreciation to countryside meals with Corsican chants.

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~ by Jolis Prénoms on November 27, 2009.

2 Responses to “Domaine de Murtoli – Corsica”

  1. […] Domaine de Murtoli – Corsica November 2009 4 […]

  2. 12 May 2011

    Dear Sir or Madam

    My partner and I are checking Availability & Price for 2-3 weeks holiday at the begining of July 2011 (Double bed with shower & sea view) . We have not booked our flight or car yet and need to check the availability.

    Thanking you in advance.

    Kind regards

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