Camping Arinella Bianca

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Early opening of the 5-star Arinella Bianca campsite in 2023!

Head to Arinella Bianca campsite for an exceptional holiday in Corsica!

To your agendas! Your favorite campsite by the sea will open its doors on April 8, with kind prices from 340€ a week in Corsica.

Opening of reservations 2023

Many of you have already reacted to this post, and we thank you for your interest. You will have to wait until mid-November to book your next holiday in Corsica at the Arinella Bianca campsite!

To follow the opening dates of the services of your unique 5 star campsite in Corsica, for an incredible stay by the sea. (* These dates are subject to change depending on the rate of attendance.

Campsite & Accomodations : From 8 April  to 14 October 2023 (noon)

Bar & Restaurant : 29.04.2023 to 13.10.2023

Grosserie Shop / Mini Market : 29.04.2023 to 13.10.2023

Wellness Pool (only  +18 y.o.) : 20.04.2023 to  14.10.2023 (noon)

Family Pool (toboggans) : 08.04.2023 to  14.10.2023 (noon)

Wellness center / Spa : 27.05.2023 to 23.09.2023

Animation : 27.05.2023 to 23.09.2023

Kid-Club : 27.05.2023 to 16.09.2023

Teen- Club : 01.07.2023 to 02.09/2023

Spring, season of the Brocciu

Taste the subtle scents of brocciu

Spring is the perfect time to taste fresh brocciu on a piece of bread, accompanied by brandy or jam.

It is easy to cook and it go both salty or sweet.

In pastry it is the essential ingredient of Fiadone, cake traditionally tasted during the Easter holidays.

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Fairs of Corsica 2023

Spring Fairs

Some dates to note to enrich your holiday in Corsica this spring:

ART’È GUSTU on 22 and 23 April. Born in Aleria, the culinary festival sponsored by Pierre Hermé is based in Bonifacio, but remains an unmissable event in Corsica.

FIERA DI U CASGIU, May 6 and 7. Head to Venaco and its famous cheese fair where a hundred exhibitors present their productions. Corsican cheese, charcuterie and many other delicacies…

Easter in Corsica

Easter in Corsica

Easter is in Corsica a time of religious fervor as much as a celebration in the family.

Good Friday is marked by its processions. The Catenaciu de Sartène is particularly followed. Holy Saturday is the day when the branches are made.

Easter Sunday is the time of the Easter meal around the lamb or cabri. Easter Monday gives way to the Merendella, a big picnic with family or friends at the beach or in the maquis.


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