Camping Le Campoloro Cervione, Upper Corsica

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Set off to discover some sublime landscapes, visit the unusual villages and relax on the wild beaches, whilst immersing yourself in the culture of Corsica! The Island of Beauty will gradually reveal itself to you during your holidays at the Yelloh! Village Le Campoloro! 

Camping Le Campoloro
20221 Cervione
+33 (0)4 95 38 00 20

GPS Coordinates
Latitude: N 42° 18' 57''
Longitude: E 9° 32' 46''
Work out your route

Cervione, 7 km
Bastia airport, 32 km
Casamozza railway station, 30 km
Opt for the wild holiday option with some superb, varied scenery when you head for Cap Corse for your camping holiday.
Between sea and mountains, the Costa Verde coast will give your camping holiday a flavour of authenticity. 12 miles of fine sandy beaches await!
Just 50 km south of Bastia and on the edge of the Castagniccia, a natural region which is well-known for its large numbers of chestnut trees, come and discover Cervione, a typical Corsican village, which lies at an altitude of 330 m, at the foot of Monte Castellu. Clinging to the sides of the mountain, Cervione affords fantastic views over the sea and the Costa Verde. And on a clear day, you'll even be able to see the legendary island of Montecristo, which inspired the famous novel by Alexandre Dumas: the Count of Monte Cristo.
Come and discover Corsica's second largest town, in the north of the Island of Beauty during your holiday. A town that is steeped in art and history, you'll very soon find yourself spellbound by the charm and authenticity of Bastia. In the north of Corsica, you really shouldn't miss the charming town of Bastia, the second largest town on the island, behind Ajaccio. Clinging to the side of a mountain, 900 m in height, lies Bastia, with an architectural and cultural heritage which just has to be experienced. Come and discover some of its amazing monuments such as its citadel, the Palais des Gouverneurs on its summit and its orange coloured walls, as well as the Jardin Romieu, which has a panoramic viewpoint looking out over the town and the harbour of Bastia.
Set in an oasis of turquoise blue waters, Bonifacio is an enchanting and fascinating town. Come and discover it! Bonifacio is a concentrate of Mediterranean towns. Perched on a vertiginous clifftop on the Southern coast of Corsica between the sea and scrubland, Bonifacio is the southernmost town in France! It was built around a thousand-year-old citadel and is called the ‘clifftop town’ and when you come here you take a wonderful journey back in time. 8,500 years of history await you here in this open-air museum that is a blend of charming little streets and historic buildings. Over an area of just six hectares you will find no less than 40 heritage sites! As you wander along the wall-walk of Bonifacio, you will take in vertiginous views of the sea and fall under the spell of the beauty of this extraordinary town – just a hop, skip, and a jump from Sardinia.
Fancy the idea of the great outdoors, the countryside and the Mediterranean? Come and soak up the flavours, colours and scents of La Balagne when you visit Calvi. Get away from it all on holiday! Located in northern Corsica, you'll be bewitched by Calvi! Come and soak up the delights of its really inviting old town, stroll along the quaysides of its splendid yachting harbour and then hop on a boat for a trip out to sea, or just enjoy the Mediterranean sunshine on the wonderful, fine sand beaches of Calvi. There are just so many discoveries to be made during a camping holiday in Calvi!
Right in the heart of the Corsican mountains, choose a holiday in Corte, a town full of character with unique and imposing landscapes. Right in the centre the island of Corsica, just 50 km south of Bastia, come and discover Corte, Corsica's erstwhile capital town and cultural centre, the landscapes of which are quite different from the beaches of the coast! Indeed Corte is a long way away from the sea, but is very popular among holidaymakers. So come and discover the festive atmosphere of this village with its authentic charm. Nestled in the heart of the mountains and with its houses built from schist, Corte is a town full of character with some unmissable locations which include its citadel, the Corsican museum and the St Croix chapel.
The charming seaside resort of L’Île Rousse on the Northwest of Corsica will enchant you with its wonderful ambiance, warm welcome and panoramic views. Will you resist its spell? With its beautiful beaches of fine sand and the gentle rolling hills of the hinterland, the seaside resort of L’Île Rousse will enchant you during your next holiday in Corsica. The squares protected by the shade of the plane trees are restful places where you will start to discover the soul of Corsica.
A subtle blend of Corsican identity, tradition, authenticity and charm, St Florent will be a must during your holiday in Corsica! Picture a superb village nestled between the Mediterranean and the Corsican maquis, less than an hour from Bastia. A highly rated seaside resort, in which the Corsican spirit gives itself full rein.
Between the sea and the mountains, this pretty little town in southern Corsica is just waiting to be discovered during a real nature holiday! This is one of Corsica's unusual towns, in that it provides a stay that's between two thoroughly different worlds, featuring the white sand Mediterranean beaches of southern Corsica, and the superb granite mountains of the Aiguilles de Bavella. You also have the options of relaxation and sunbathing, or hiking and discoveries. So you've got the lot here!

Inland hamlets and villages

The Inland region is home to some lovely hamlets which are steeped in history. The closest of these are Poggio-Mezzana, Santa-Lucia-di-Moriani, San-Nicolao, Santa-Maria-Poggio, Ghisonaccia and Sant’Andréa-di-Cotone, whose history, architectural heritage and diverse culture will enchant you. You will constantly be taken by surprise by the rural and mysterious nature of this country of chestnut trees, Roman chapels and Baroque churches!

The Corsican way of life

When you come and stay at the camping Le Campoloro, take some time to meet some of the local craftsmen and producers. You'll find out about a traditional savoir-faire which has remained intact. Corsica has managed to open itself to the world without losing its cultural identity, so why not make the most of your holiday by enjoying one of the village dances, which combine contemporary music with ancient Corsican song. And finally, Corsican food plays an integral part in its cultural and folklore heritage. So try some of the delicious local speciality cheeses which include Brocciu, as well as wonderful charcuterie such as Coppa, and pâtisserie like Fiadone!