Hotel Les Eucalyptus in Porto Pollo is the ideal location to discover South Corsica. Whether by the seaside or in the mountains, the Valinco area reveals its beauties and secrets through its incredibly rich heritage. This idyllic location offers a gateway to a range of thermal activities, sports and surprising, even unexpected, gastronomic discoveries.
Porto Pollo, the last village in the Gulf of Valinco, is close to Propriano and a cradle of thermal relaxation venues or seaside activities, as evidenced by the range of watersports facilities. This small haven of peace also features incomparable gastronomic know-how, with typical, authentic local produce and preserved traditional flavours. Like this island, the Valinco region perfectly reflects the wild richness of turquoise seas and native vegetation breathing between land and sea. The location of this 3-star hotel in Porto Pollo is also a gateway to discover South Corsica, a land of quality and tradition. Indeed, the gastronomic trail, with its cheeses, wines, chestnut flour and unique charcuterie, crosses the Gulf of Valinco. It offers a taste of the centuries-old practices that are still maintained and transmitted by the craftsmen and shepherds of this magnificent region, where feelings of eternal delight abound.
Numerous hiking opportunities are also available around Porto Pollo. This is one of the reasons why this area is so popular among amateur and semi-professional walkers. From the hotel, take the "balcony" path and its bird's eye view of the Gulf of Valinco. This is an unmissable opportunity for lovers of South Corsica to discover the region from a more unexpected angle. From the hotel, explore the "balcony" path with a bird's eye view of the Gulf of Valinco. This is an unmissable opportunity for lovers of South Corsica to discover the region from an unexpected angle. This trail is called the "Mare e Monti Sud" (from the sea to the mountains), because it allows hikers to reach all the remarkable sites of the Valinco Region on foot and at their own pace, such as Porticcio, Bisiano, Coti-Chiavari, Olmeto and Burgo, while travelling through Porto-Pollo. For both experienced and beginner hikers, the path offers an opportunity to visit the traditional interior and mountain villages of Corsica.
This 3-star hotel in Porto Pollo is bordered by the prehistoric site of Filitosa, religiously guarded by its six statues-cum-menhirs, exceptional traces of the past, and renowned for forming part of the oldest megalithic finds of the Island of Beauty. The imprint of this exceptional site, uncovered in the heart of South Corsica's maquis, underscores the island's culture and history. We also suggest a visit to the Departmental Museum of Prehistory and Archaeology in Sartène, and the Casa di Roccapina, an immersive, incredibly moving Corsican history museum. Dive into the thousand-year-old culture of Corsica, the "Land of the Lords"; its surroundings offer access to the Genoese towers of South Corsica, including those of Capriona and Capannelle, architectural marvels located right by the water. A stone's throw from Porto Pollo, right by the sea, their history is linked to Corsica's age-old Italian heritage. The story of Sampiero Corso, a major figure in the island's history, and his quarrels with Italy, ended in 1567, in the very same Gulf of Valinco. Dive into this emotional discovery of the culture of Corsica, right next to the hotel, tucked away in Southern Corsica.
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