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Why Camping Aria Marina?

  • Small relaxed campsite on the magnificent Cap Corse
  • Cool down in the azure sea and the new swimming pool
  • Discover hidden beaches and scenic villages

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Camping Aria Marina

That holiday feeling is even more special when staying on an island. Especially if your campsite is set in one of most beautiful spots on the island. Camping Aria Marina is located on Cap Corse, the lush "North Cape" of Corsica. A small wonderfully quiet area, with rugged mountain landscapes and azure blue seas all around.

    •A perfect place if you love peace and nature. Aria Marina has a quiet relaxed atmosphere, right by the sea. A pebble beach borders the campsite and a fine sandy beach is just 2 km away.
  • Children will be so happy here. They’ll enjoy the pool, playground, making friends and spending all day outside. What more could they want! The best playground is of course the beach. Collecting seashells or washed-up ship's timber, playing in the sea, pretending you are on your own desert island.
  • Enjoy a Zen-like swim in the new pool. Here you can relax or do laps while enjoying the sea views. The Italian island of Capraia can be seen in the distance adding to the already wonderful vista.
  • Fancy a snack or a refreshing drink? Enjoy the restaurant with its cosy bar.
  • In the evenings relax on the veranda of your own luxury mobile home (with air conditioning) or your own pitch (shaded). Be amazed by the starry Corsican sky.

The surrounding of Camping Aria Marina

Secluded bays, mountains, pirate towns and dream-like sandy beaches. Corsica has everything you ‘d expect from an island. Its nickname, Île de beauté, “island of beauty” is spot on. Camping Aria Marina is in the far north of the island, near the village of Meria on Cap Corse. Set on peninsula that stretches from Saint-Florent and Bastia to the northernmost point of the island. They call this area "The Finger"…if you see it on a map you’ll know why.

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Recommended by our region specialist

"A small-scale campsite with a relaxed atmosphere, right by the sea. Ideal for those seeking tranquillity, nature lovers and children who like the great outdoors."

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Swimming & Pools

Swimming and waterfun

  • outdoor pool: 1

Extra Water fun

  • 500m away

Facilities

Activities & Sports

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  • Manage <10 km

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Surroundings

Secluded bays, mountains, pirate towns and dream-like sandy beaches. Corsica has everything you ‘d expect from an island. Its nickname, Île de beauté, “island of beauty” is spot on. Camping Aria Marina is in the far north of the island, near the village of Meria on Cap Corse. Set on peninsula that stretches from Saint-Florent and Bastia to the northernmost point of the island. They call this area "The Finger"…if you see it on a map you’ll know why.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Aria Marina in Meria

  • Discovering beautiful beaches will become your holiday pastime. Cap Corse is teeming with them.
  • Bastia (28 km), a charming port city full of Genoese influences, you can wander for hours here. The cities medieval citadel - which kept pirates at bay centuries ago is a real eye catcher. In Vieux Port, the old port quarter, you’ll find pretty streets and squares to explore.
  • Tomino (10 km), a small village high in the hills of Cap Corse. Breath-taking views over the roof of the island can be found here.
  • Saint-Florent (50 km), a charming seaside resort, is the Saint-Tropez of Corsica. Fancy yachts glisten in the marina, and cosy streets beckon you to the town centre. Corsicans themselves also love Saint-Florent.
  • Go on a voyage of discovery to Nonza (42 km). This ancient village, with only 70 inhabitants, looks like it’s clinging to the rocks. It has a mysterious black beach, caused by gravel from a local quarry, ideal for a quirky photo op.
  • Corsica is a large island (183 km north to south and 85 km east to west) and is also very beautiful. Most tourists hire a car and discover the island for themselves. Take the coast road to picturesque Borgo (47 km) or the stunning nature reserve Parc Naturel Régional de Corse (95 km). For a full day out head all the way up to the pirate town of Porto Vecchio (170 km).
  • Nearest airport: Bastia (BIA) at 30 km
  • Second nearest airport: Calvi (CLY) at 69 km
  • Third nearest airport: Ajaccio (AJA) at 179 km
  • Area: hilly
  • Nearest city/village: 7 km
  • Nearest sea: at 0,1 km from the Mediterranean Sea
  • Supermarket: 1 km

Surroundings

Secluded bays, mountains, pirate towns and dream-like sandy beaches. Corsica has everything you ‘d expect from an island. Its nickname, Île de beauté, “island of beauty” is spot on. Camping Aria Marina is in the far north of the island, near the village of Meria on Cap Corse. Set on peninsula that stretches from Saint-Florent and Bastia to the northernmost point of the island. They call this area "The Finger"…if you see it on a map you’ll know why.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Aria Marina in Meria

  • Discovering beautiful beaches will become your holiday pastime. Cap Corse is teeming with them.
  • Bastia (28 km), a charming port city full of Genoese influences, you can wander for hours here. The cities medieval citadel - which kept pirates at bay centuries ago is a real eye catcher. In Vieux Port, the old port quarter, you’ll find pretty streets and squares to explore.
  • Tomino (10 km), a small village high in the hills of Cap Corse. Breath-taking views over the roof of the island can be found here.
  • Saint-Florent (50 km), a charming seaside resort, is the Saint-Tropez of Corsica. Fancy yachts glisten in the marina, and cosy streets beckon you to the town centre. Corsicans themselves also love Saint-Florent.
  • Go on a voyage of discovery to Nonza (42 km). This ancient village, with only 70 inhabitants, looks like it’s clinging to the rocks. It has a mysterious black beach, caused by gravel from a local quarry, ideal for a quirky photo op.
  • Corsica is a large island (183 km north to south and 85 km east to west) and is also very beautiful. Most tourists hire a car and discover the island for themselves. Take the coast road to picturesque Borgo (47 km) or the stunning nature reserve Parc Naturel Régional de Corse (95 km). For a full day out head all the way up to the pirate town of Porto Vecchio (170 km).
  • Nearest airport: Bastia (BIA) at 30 km
  • Second nearest airport: Calvi (CLY) at 69 km
  • Third nearest airport: Ajaccio (AJA) at 179 km
  • Area: hilly
  • Nearest city/village: 7 km
  • Nearest sea: at 0,1 km from the Mediterranean Sea
  • Supermarket: 1 km

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