It’s a unique place, Tropica. Set in an uncrowded parkland and forest location and the lush surroundings provide a complete escape from stresses of modern life. The site covers almost 75 acres and includes many beach side tracks with views of the glittering sea, and woodland and riverside tracks with flowers, vegetation, bird song and even croaking frogs! There are a few reminders among the winding paths and trees of days gone by with crumbling old holiday cottages and shower facilities that have now been taken over by the vegetation and form part of the natural surroundings.

The long, sandy Naturist beach is only a few minutes sloped walk from your bungalow, and swimming in the sea is highly recommended. There is a hand rail if required to ease you into the water, and there are no rocks – it is completely sandy underfoot. For those who seek relaxation you can book massage on the beach which is available for 6 months of the year in Spring and Summer months.  For the more adventurous there are sailing and diving opportunities, along the beach. Sunbeds may also be hired.

Tropica has its own beach bar and restaurant which is located directly at the beachside, where you can enjoy the sound of the surf as you relax. Be warned; the food portions served here are very generous!  There are a number of other Naturist resorts and holiday areas along the beach and it is easy to use their facilities. Some of them you can find by taking a pleasant walk from Tropica through the woods. Check out other restaurants and beach bars, diving and sailing schools, sauna, massage, volleyball games, morning exercises and evening entertainment.



Simple, modern bungalows all on one level and each with a private terrace. All have air conditioning and safety deposit box. Studio style and one and two bedroomed, they each sleep between two and four. In addition to the ample self-catering facilities, some have additional luxuries such as TV, oven and dishwasher. Parking is possible directly beside some of the bungalows.


  • 75 acre parkland setting
  • Beach restaurant
  • Many other facilities a short walk away

Local Area

A Mediterranean island and part of France, Corsica is well worth exploring. Situated 160km (99 miles) off the southern coast of France, but closer to Italy, it combines elements of both. You will see the Corsu language on road signs. There are mountains, rugged cliffs and picturesque villages. Driving up steep climbs and around sharp hairpin bends through the jagged mountains can be exhilarating. They are covered in maquis – a mix of harsh and resilient bushes.

The small town of Aléria is only 10 minutes away by car and has shops, café and restaurants. Not to be missed are the extensive and well-preserved remains of the Roman forum set on a large plateau by the old town with spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and sea. Modern statues create a magical atmosphere. The site also includes a museum and church.

There is an olive oil production site within 5 minutes of Tropica, which will open for visitors for a tour and tastings on prior arrangement, and a market once a week, 5 minutes along the road, in the summer months.

The nearest large town is Bastia and is located around an hour’s drive north. It’s an interesting historical centre with old and new towns, a port and citadel.

Transfer time45 minutes
Season datesOpen all year round

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