Lovely campsite with amazing views, a wonderful pool area and a good restaurant. Stayed here at the end of the summer season of 2017, so the campsite wasn't full which added to a relaxed stay. Can imagine it to be a bit crowded in the high season. There are no real tent pitches, you just place your tent where you like and put up a sign sign with your number. For camper vans there are designated pitches though. The camping is built on a rather steep slope, so not really suitable for older people or people with disabilities. Good and clean shower areas. There are two supermarkets right outside the gate, which is very convenient. It's about a 20 minute walk to town where there are plenty of decent restaurants. The beach of Porto ota is to rough to swim in, but there are nice beaches within driving distance. Great area for hiking! Really enjoyed our stay here.
We camped here with our tent for 2 nights. Very nice location, under the trees, although I can imagine it's crowded in high season. Camping is close to the harbor.
Clean toilets and showers (but not too many). There is toilet paper.
Nice swimming pool and river to have a lovely swim just behind the camping.
I would not suggest to eat here. Pizza's are okay, but ingredients don't taste fresh. (you can only pay by cash at the restaurant, camping can be payed by card).
There is a spar and bakery just next to the camping.
You should be advised (as the receptionist will not have a courtesy to do that) that the place is filled with wasps during this period and the staff won't be hugely worried about your safety regarding this.If you have children maybe reconsider on this spot.Overall the area is kept clean and hilly due to the terrain so it is to be expected. Gym is quite basic and the swimming pool is made mainly for the families to hang around but not any hard core workout.A lot of shade for your tent is also provided but your car would need to be kept at the car park nearby.
We decided to stay at Les Oliviers for a couple of nights while cycling around Corsica, in order to spend a day in the Calanches. We chose Les Oliviers specifically because they had a gym and we wanted to work out a bit after spending more than a whole week cycling all day. The campsite is really touristy, there are always plenty of events in the evening and daytime activities for children. The place is amazing if you forget about the absurdly steep paths that take you to the bathrooms, but the staff is way too pretentious for a camping site. My boyfriend was forced to get out of the pool because "he was wearing shorts with pockets" (apparently you are only allowed to enter the pool with briefs, which is ridiculous). I would only recommend this place to families who are looking for something to do for their children, but I bet there are better campings around Porto.