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Hotel Le Golfe
The new and design Hôtel Le Golfe**** is located in the marina of Porto-Pollo, between a sandy beach and unspoilt rocky beaches. The coastline road takes guests to Propriano (17km), a lively resort town and a busy marina then to Sartene (30km), a hill perched picturesque town.
Hôtel Le Golfe**** lies in the valinco Gulf, 47 km from Ajaccio, 70 minutes on the National Road 196 heading to Bonifacio.
Hôtel Le Golfe**** boasts contemporary interiors with 14 bedrooms, 2 Family Suites and 2 Master Suites all offering well-being, luxury and relaxation and uninterrupted views of the marina, the beach and the Valinco Gulf.
The bedrooms with air conditioning feature a spacious furnished terrace, a bathroom with Italian shower, a LCD flat screen television, Internet access, a phone, a mini-bar and a safe.
This haven is the ideal setting for unforgettable holidays.
LEISURE AND SERVICES
Hôtel Le Golfe**** takes guests by boat to one of the most beautiful beaches in the area like Cupabia or Campomoro.
La Cantine du Golfe restaurant-lounge welcomes guests in contemporary interiors that harmoniously combine wood, leather and metal. From its teak terrace, La Cantine du Golfe offers a quintessential atmosphere in which guests can enjoy Mediterranean and Corsican dishes for lunch and dinner. Guests can relax and enjoy cocktails on the magnificent terrace with sweeping views of the beach and the marina.
Hôtel Le Golfe**** offers guests a wide range of activities: diving in two of the most beautiful and dramatic locations in Corsica; canyoning, horse-riding, quad biking, kite surfing and water sport (water skiing or jet ski).
The Valinco Gulf – Sartene area plays host to some of the most beautiful places in Corsica:
Filitosa, a mysterious and prehistoric megalithic site, the “Corsican Stonehenge”, the Baracci and Caldani baths, Propriano, a traditional, lively resort town with restaurants, shops and a busy marina,
Sartène, the most Corsican of Corsican cities according to Merimee, with its stone houses, narrow alleyways and century-old cobblestone streets, Olmeto, a hill perched typical Corsican village and Genovese towers, among other things.