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Terrace with sea view

Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 5 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Pets welcome

Holiday renting opened all year long; Casa Suttana is situated at the ground floor of a village house recognized as a remarkable traditional building, "Les Maisons de Poghju". 64m2, for 2-4 people, with terrace and a view of the sea as well as the island of Elbe.

Independent entrance – Private parking – Free Wi-Fi.

5km away from the first beaches and close to hiking trails. Numerous shops and services nearby.


The building, in dry stone, with walls of more than one meter thick, stands on the cliff of the village. It dates, in part, from the 17th century and has known, over the course of time, enlargements and modifications, as the renovations we have made show it. Before construction work there was an oil press in the now lounge, at least certain parts of it. We kept some of it, like this hook line used to tie a donkey that would turn around the room (this was the main element of the oil press), like the roundness of the room made in order to ease the donkey's way, like some wall niches or chestnut beams.

The L shaped layout of the apartment leads, through 2 openings, to a terrace partly covered (in season) by a vine and its grapes. The views and panorama offered from its windows, its private entrance under a vault, two steps away from an old baker's oven, and the elegance of its authenticity, the comfort and level of equipment make Casa Suttana a charming and high-end holiday rental.

General description?

A dining kitchen (20m2), a living room (20m2), a bedroom (13m2), a bathroom (8m2) and a toilet.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach Mesincu 5 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car essential
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: bastia 45 km, Nearest railway: bastia 35 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, BBQ
Access Parking

The Corsica region

U Capicorsu (Le Cap Corse) est la micro-région du Nord de la Corse formant une presqu'île ce qui lui vaut le surnom de "l'Isula ind'è l'Isula" (l'île dans l'île).

Son territoire s'étend sur 40 kilomètres de long (Nord-Sud) et sur 10 à 15 kilomètres de large (Est-Ouest). Une chaîne montagneuse, La Serra, s'étire sur toute la longueur de la presqu'île et propose une dizaine de sommets à plus de 1000 mètres d'altitude (le plus haut, La Cima di e Follicie, culmine à 1322 mètres suivi du Monte Stellu à 1307 m).

La Serra fait office de "frontière" entre l'Est et l'Ouest du Cap Corse. A l'Est, les vallées sont plus larges, les pentes plus douces et offrent ainsi de nombreuses baies et plages alors qu'à l'Ouest on trouve plus de criques et d'anses marines étroites.

Tout au Nord, à quelques encablures de la côte, l'îlot de la Giraglia avec son phare signale la pointe septentrionale de la Corse.

Des preuves de la présence humaine (squelettes) remontant à 6000 ans avant l'ère chrétienne ont été retrouvées à Pietracorbara. Tout comme le reste de l'Île de Beauté, Le Cap Corse a connu de multiples envahisseurs et colonisateurs au cours des siècles.

18 communes [1] forment actuellement la Communauté de Communes du Cap Corse. 6425 habitants (population officielle INSEE en 2010) y résident à l'année.

Outre les différents articles qui viendront alimenter cette rubrique pour vous permettre de découvrir ou mieux connaître le Cap Corse, n'hésitez pas à vous rendre sur le site de la Communauté de Communes du Cap Corse qui vous donnera de multiples informations sur notre magnifique micro-région.

Haute Corse

In the heart of the Cap Corse, the commune of Luri has the advantage to shorten distances for people wanting to crisscross the Corsican Cape territory. Its valley (the deepest of the Corsican cape peninsula), which houses a river and surrounded by peaks (North, West and South) hosts no less than three natural areas of fauna, flora and ecological interest (ZNIEFF). Luri culminates at 1136 m (3727,2 ft).

This topography offers a multitude of hiking routes each with a variety of height (from beginner to advanced), multiple landscapes and points of view (the Tuscan archipelago, Tuscany coasts, Liguria and the French Riviera, hillsides with dense Corsican scrub and forests, “crest pelées”, wonderful views of Corsican villages) establishing as a key storage of biodiversity, which is preserved although very fragile.

A few trails, traced in the Corsican scrub, will enchant the mountain biking enthusiasts. The paved roads linking the villages and other communes of the Cap together will please the bicycle lovers.

In the East is Luri's marina, Santa Severa, created at the beginning of the 18th century. Its little port and beach on the Tyrrhenian Sea are facing the island of Elbe.

Today the commune of Luri is composed of 18 villages, each one having their specificities mainly thanks to their geographical implantation whilst offering a common architectural style: the traditional dry rock walls and flagstone roofs. Almost every village holds a chapel, as a proof of a rich historical and cultural background, that goes all the way back to prehistory. Besides, many Corsican locations, monuments and work of art have been classified National Heritage Sites.

More than 700 inhabitants live all year long in Luri (i luresi) which makes it a lively commune, offering all kind of shops and services allowing great local autonomy.

It is, thus, the typical village of Poghju (Poggio) built on the peak overlooking A piazza (Luri's main village) and a major part of the valley, that hosts the location of our houses, and, we hope, your next holidays!

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19 Jul 2014


"Awesome stay - in every way!"

My husband and I recently had the pleasure of visiting Corsica for the first time. We stayed two weeks - one week in the south and one week in the Cap Corse (north). In the north, we found this wonder… More

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