Corsica offers wild landscapes, rivers, pristine beaches, dense forests, and mountains with an array of outdoor activities that could satisfy any active traveler. The island can be easily reached by short flights from France and even ferry service from Sardinia. Blessed with long summers and temperate spring and fall seasons the island offers unique cultural and gastronomic experiences that blend its mix of rural Italian and French heritage.
Located in the southernmost area of the island, Domaine de Murtoli offers a snapshot of that history. Corsica is a rugged place that was once filled with shepherds. The Domaine has transformed several shepherds’ houses and landlord mansions from the 17th century into authentic accommodations offering tailor-made hotel services and experiences. 2021 saw the additional of a 5-star hotel with luxury rooms and suites.
Located on 6100 acres and scattered amongst a working farm, olive groves and vegetable gardens you will find the houses numbering about 20 in addition to the hotel. Transcending the idea of typical agritourism, this property offers a unique concept that appeals to a broad base of clientele looking for luxury, exclusivity, and authentic surroundings in an exceptional and unspoiled area.