The house has been maintained with original furniture and objects adapting to modern needs and design friendly appliances (wifi and land line, high quality speakers for i pad and i phone, dish washer, washing machine etc, SMEG fridge, fermob garden furniture, good beding etc.) Things to do include going to the beach (Nonza’s famous black beach, nextdoor farinole’s sand beach, the rocks of the xiii century convent is a stone through away), walks (in the mountain, natural lacs, birdwatching etc.) sightseeing natural & cultural heritage (churches, old stones, mills etc…)fishing, diving, tennis, wine tasting in nearby Patrimonio, horse riding, shopping in St Florent & Bastia, many restaurants and bars etc.
My house in Nonza has been with my family for over 4 generations, I live out of Paris or London or where ever work or friends will take me...
Richardson-Stefanini purchased this in 1949
Can be your own 'my house in nonza' for the time you like, something quite rare as there are no constructions authorized in the village because it is protected, only Nonza and Centuri are classified as such in the top half of Corsica
The house is lovely; traditional, and tucked right into the middle of the village. People and local contact brilliant. Sitting outside at the stone terrace or on the roof terrace gave the choice of sun or shade all day. Less than 100m to the shop, the bar or any of the 4 places to eat. But quiet.
Nonza is so attractive. Small, quiet, and above stunning cliffs and the beach, A large hinterland for those that like walking, maybe not such a good spot for the very young or those with weak knees. Forget what others have written about not swimming in the sea; the beach and the water are both fine. Nonza itself has all the facilities (one shop, Post office, two bars, 4? places to eat) to have a really relaxing stay. We will return!