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Whether you’ve been keeping yourself busy all day long with the host of activities at San Lucianu Beach Resort and are ready to take it easy in the evening, or have been lounging by the beach and ready to hit the town for a big night out, Corsica has a little something for every type of night out.
Wondering what you can get up to at night as a guest on a Mark Warner holiday? Here is information on what nights out in Corsica are all about.
And it begins with sunsets by the pool.
There are two bars at the resort. While the beach bar is where people like to hang out during the day, the main hotel bar is where you’ll want to be in the evening.
You can sit back around sunset, enjoy a well-deserved drink and have a la carte style dining with our chefs using the best local produce paired with fantastic Corsican wines.
There are two nights every week where we also have a barbecue on the go for something a little different.
Sun Lucianu Beach Resort does provide free evening childcare for parents to get some much-needed alone time at the hotel restaurant and bar. Free childcare runs from 7.30pm to 10.30pm (times may differ), on the provision that parents remain in the resort during that period.
You can find out more information on evening care for different age groups on our childcare page.
Just a walk down the road, or along the beach, will see you coming to beautiful Moriani Plage. It’s a gorgeous seaside town that showcases a slice of life here in Corsica.
It is very laid back with small bars, and restaurants tucked away in little pockets. In the early evening, people tend to visit Lido or A Pota Marina to have a few drinks at sunset, while Bar 912 is a tiny little tapas spot with great cocktails.
When you’re in the mood to party and go all out, there are some key spots around the island you can’t go wrong with.
As well as a wide variety of bars in Corsica, there is also a choice of late-bars and clubs to explore. Chez Tao, which opens from 11 pm to 5 am most nights, is one of the most well-known clubs on the island. The old interior is a late club, while many people hang out on the balcony area to catch the unique views over the bay. It’s been going since 1935, so it must be doing something right.
For those who like to stop and watch the world go by when out and about, Bar de la Haute Ville is a must. Often bustling at the start of the night, you’ll be treated to a wide range of beers and cheap wine.
Via Notte on the south-east of the island is seen as the premier club in Corsica. Open all summer long, it’s one of the best nights out in Corsica. August is generally the busiest month as that’s when a lot of international DJs will play at the club. It also has a restaurant that’s not to be sniffed at.
One thing to remember about Corsica; most people like to take it easy when going out at night. To get a sense of what that’s like, you’d want to visit Le Cyrnéa in Corte. Corte is unique in that it used to be the capital because it was the centre of the island. The area is enveloped by the hills and spending any time in town you’d forget you were on a small island.
Now that you know where to go on a night out, where can you get the best meal? You don’t have to look too far when you read our guide to restaurants in Corsica.