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The Belambra experience
Heated 450m2 swimming pool, tennis courts, beach volley and more.
Near a 2km long sandy beach. Direct and protected access to the sea from the club, along a magnificent bougainvillea avenue.
Festive atmosphere in the summer: fireworks on the beach, white parties, dances, etc.
The only club to have three restaurants: “Le Cinto” traditional buffets, “Le Cors'R” with a patio and swimming pool and finally a new restaurant serving local specialities: “Le Padru”.
Sporting activities throughout the season (fitness lessons) and in July/August sports events with certified coaches: #BelambraTennis with Yonex, fitness with Les Mills™, “Athlé Santé” by the French Athletics Federation and “Aquatic'gym”, (personalised) swimming lessons.
Children's clubs for 3- to 17-year-olds during the French school holidays.
Air conditioning in VIP and Privilège accommodation. Patio for all
Coming to the “Golfe de Lozari” Club is a guaranteed change of scenery at only 180 km from the mainland! The club is in a unique location, in the heart of unspoilt nature, between the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains. It's a perfect base from which to explore Corsica (the Citadelle of Calvi, the Piana coves, Saint Florent, etc.), by motorbike, bicycle or on foot, for those who dare to try to GR20 hiking trail after their stay. And it's perfect for families too. The Route des Artisans (craftsmen's route) is just a stone's throw away, and for authenticity, you can't find better. Here, when the sheep and pigs cross the road, we wait... and that's it! Inside the club, is an ideal atmosphere too, for young and old alike. Direct access to a very beautiful beach offering magnificent sunsets, a huge pool, three different restaurants, various fun and sporting activities. And a great festive atmosphere for those who want it. For the others, no worries: with 22 hectares of pine forest, it's also easy to find tranquillity. Don't leave without tasting the chestnut cake and the local rosé, it would be a sin!