Little Guest went to Corsica to find you the perfect address for a luxury vacation in peace and privacy. It is at the Villa di Lume, located in the heart of the village of Cargèse, that this house with a picturesque and authentic charm opens its doors to you. You will undoubtedly be seduced by this house of character where idleness and relaxation are the keywords.
Together, let’s discover the richness of Corsica’s heritage. The fabulous house of character is located in Cargèse, on the west coast of the island of Beauty. The crystalline waters, the Sanguinaires islands or the Calanques of Piana, the whole family will be subjugated by the jewel that nature offers you.
This little piece of paradise can be reached from the Ajaccio Napoleon Bonaparte Airport, located about an hour’s drive from the villa. A transfer to the hotel from this point of arrival can be arranged, upon request, with your Little Guest Little Concierge.
Between authenticity and luxury, the Villa di Lume offers a glimpse of breathtaking landscapes on the Mediterranean Sea from its generous green grounds. If you are looking for peace and relaxation, this sanctuary is ideal. Here, every detail has been thought of so that you can enjoy the best possible comfort while having your own space for your vacation. The villa has 4 bedrooms, each with its own shower room and can accommodate up to 8 people. The whole family will be able to enjoy the air-conditioned rooms, where you can hear cries of joy and laughter.
On the ground floor, you will find the kitchen, an ideal place to concoct delicious dishes and enjoy moments of conviviality. Then, all that’s left to do is to gather around the dining room table, divinely decorated and which calls you to enjoy a pleasant evening. In the evening, you can also meet in the comfortable living room, the main room of the villa, equipped with an overhead projector and an authentic fireplace.
Finally, after a meal, under the sign of sharing and discovery, we enjoy the magnificent sunset and the breathtaking view of the Genoese tower of Omigna, from the terracotta terrace of the villa.