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Via Romana Reviews

Via Romana Reviews

Via Romana Holiday Park

Via Romana is on Corsica’s East coast and getting there is certainly not like stepping out of the channel tunnel and into your campsite but once you get here you are in for a real treat. Don’t go planning for a holiday where there are activities all day and every day as this small family run site is about peace and quiet, ahhhhhh feel the relaxation already. If there are just two of you perhaps or you have a young family then Via Roman would be a great choice for your holiday. The site has a great list of facilities that really do make your holiday as easy as possible. From the laundry to the shops, TV room and games room (great for organising your own mini Olympics) the facilities and services at this little camp are of a very high standard.

Tents at Via Romana are located on some lovely pitches and with the local weather being so warm it’s a great way to holiday. Your tent will have two or three bedrooms and a separate kitchen and living area. The living area has a handy kitchenette where you can use the grill and rings to rustle up family favourites. You will also have a barbecue and with the patio furniture you can rest assured you will have great family meals.

Facilities & Activities at Via Romana

Eating in this part of the world is a real treat and there is a good restaurant on site that is open between 8th July and 17th September. There is also a snack bar – perfect for eaters who prefer to graze as well as a pizzeria at the centre of the site. You can also buy great produce in the minimarket so meal times need not be a chore.

If you are interested in swimming on site there are four pools (a lot for a camp of this size), one of which is for children and of course there is a sun terrace with loungers for soaking up that lovely warm sun. There’s also a good selection of sports on site that includes site sports, Bars Discos plus other activity stuff.

If you venture off site you have stunning sandy beaches and the lovely warm Mediterranean Sea. There are also a variety of other activities that you can take part in including windsurfing, canoeing, quad biking and abseiling all within reach of the site. Corsica is a bit different from mainland France and it’s well worth getting out to see the smaller towns and villages that surround the camp.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Via Romana

  • Sun
  • Swimming pools
  • Peace and quiet
  • Great food
  • Perfect for young families

Family Travel Guide to Corsica – France

Corsica, home of Napoleon Bonaparte has many great things going for it, not least of which is the mix of French and Italian cultures. You can find out more about Corsica by clicking the link below;

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  1. Jeremy

    Unlike other sites on offer from the main operators this site doesn’t have all the bells and whistles. With that aside it is still a very nice petite site with very spacious fields with plenty of shade.

    The cleanliness is fine and the showers were much better than most sites I have visited. The kids can play in the pool area or the small play area although for older children activities are somewhat limited. The beach is just a few miles away, which makes for a great day out.

    Corsica is a lovely island and the site is the perfect hub for exploring it.

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