Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Coti-Chiavari, Fiore di Machja is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its luxury environment and proximity to great restaurants, Fiore di Machja makes it easy to enjoy the best of Coti-Chiavari.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Fiore di Machja features beach chairs, a sun terrace, and outdoor furniture. In addition, as a valued Fiore di Machja guest, you can enjoy a pool that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the French restaurants, including Chez Francis and Chez Eric, all of which are a short distance from Fiore di Machja.
If you’re looking for something to do, Tour de Capo Di Muro is a nice way to spend some time.
Fiore di Machja is sure to make your visit to Coti-Chiavari one worth remembering.
We were very impressed by the professionalism of this guest house. We had a very late check in due to air control strikes but our room was ready and accessible at 3 am. Beautiful setting including a swimming pull, jacuzzi and nice deck for the breakfast. Rooms are clean and tidy. The staff was also very friendly and gave us really good recommendations of what to do in the area. Happy and impressed. A plus will be to consider alternative payment at the facilities beside cash.
Pristine, quiet location with a gorgious view overlooking the little bay. You can even swim in or sit by the pool (clean and tidy) while enjoying the sea view. On some days we could even see as far as Sardinia! The downside is, that you have to tackle a good 100 m elevation, when returning from the beach. Not a problem for a modestly trained person or a 4WD car. There are two dirt roads to the beach. The shorter one takes 20-30 minutes walking and is quite steep so definitely requires 4WD if you want to drive it. The other, longer one is the "official" access to the beach, doable with any car but in such a bad condition that you should think twice if your car is of any value to you. (The shorter one was in better condition) Very friendly host family, open to international guests (English spoken). Very personal atmosphere, as they have only 5 rooms. Nice contact with other guests at breakfast. Breakfast was very good, including proper bread (not just toast and croissants), home-made jam, freshly squeezed juice, great smoked ham and salami from Corsica, plus what you would normally expect. One has to be aware that this place may not be ideal for you if: - you don't like to sit at the same table with other guests (possibly with children) - you like to spend a lot of time inside your room (rooms are nice and complete but mostly furnished for a good night's sleep) - you want a beach right at your place - you don't like to drive during your vacation - your main goal is to explore as much of the island as possible The location is indeed quite remote. As beautiful as it is, it also means you have to drive 20, 30 minutes every time you want to try out a new restaurant. 1 hour to Ajaccio or Propriano, and the Corsian roads require dynamic driving! A well-sorted supermarket is 5-10 minutes by car (6 km); in that village you also find the nearest affordable restaurant (Bar Xavier). Three nice but pricey fish restaurants are down at the beach (the walk back saves you from putting on weight). All rooms have air-conditioning, and when it cools down at night, the jacuzzi (one for the whole place, seats up to 5) tops it all up.…
We stayed 5 days at the beautiful house of Stephanie and Jean Marc in Coti Chiavari. Away from the tourist centre of Ajaccio, you feel as though you've stumbled across your own little haven of paradise. The first thing that greets you upon arrival is the spectacular view out across the Mediterranean. Our room was immaculately kept and cleaned daily. Nothing was too much for the hosts whose hospitality was sincere and generous. We hired a car to venture into the mountains (recommended), however there are beautiful walks at the doorstep of the house, such as around the Cape. All in all a very relaxing holiday that ticked all the boxes. We look forward to coming back next year.
A fantastic location...quiet, views, proximity to beach. Jean-Marc and Stephanie are perfect hosts, serving excellent food and wine and sharing their in-depth knowledge of the region with their guests. Friendly, efficient and informal service.