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The chicest way to explore the Cap Corse peninsula? Drop off your cases at Misíncu, the five star hotel opened by Sylvain Giudicelli and Reza Zographos.
You'll discover a bohemian, Mediterranean spirit, bathed in soft, sun-kissed shades of white, beige and cream which illuminate the discrete luxury within.
The Misíncu Spa. If you're holidaying on L'Île de Beauté, be sure to discover this hotel's magical spa on the tip of Cap Corse.
The edenic Misíncu gets its name from the stream which runs through the property. A little corner of heaven. Imagine a picture perfect village, your feet nestled in the warm sand of beaches kissed by the crystal clear sea.
The mythical Caribou has been reimagined as an idyllic hotel under the inspired direction of Sylvain Giudicelli, a child of the nation with an unparalleled sense of style.
Suite 101 at the Misíncu perfectly illustrates the spirit of the new five star establishment opened last summer in Cagnano, a village in Cap Corse.
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Between scrubland and turquoise seas, take a break in the hotel inspired by the ancient Caribou, so dear to Gainsbourg and today transformed into a chic hotel steeped in natural beauty.
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Clément Collet manages the gastronomic offerings of Tra di Noi and the A Spartera beach restaurant, not forgetting the hotel's main restaurant.
A large pool overlooks the ocean, with the beach just a two-minute walk away and, in the dining room, you'll find a gorgeous parquet floor. "It's for my sister, who loves to dance the tango", explains Sylvain Giudicelli.
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Misíncu - from the name of the river which flows through the estate - plays the card of luxury and authenticity.
Misíncu is the iconic point of the Cap. This five star hotel steeped in luxury, inspired by its surroundings, is located on the east coast of the island. A beach, an olive grove, a river...
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Le Misíncu. Something unique. Italian furniture around the pool, authentic driftwood and soft tones in all bedrooms.
Among the striking blues and greens of the surroundings, the Misíncu moves to its own relaxed rhythm.
The Misíncu is the perfect anchor point to explore the Cap peninsular.
The deco oozes Zen, with authentic driftwood, flax, white marble, rattan furniture and wicker chandeliers.
The sprawling 28 hectare property houses 29 bedrooms, 11 villas - constructed by local artisan builders - and a small village...
It overlooks a miraculous bay where the water is filtered translucent by the seaweed, making for a Caribbean-like swim.
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Regarding decoration, the owners have entrusted the architect Olympe Zographos with the project. After extensive renovation of the ancient building, the atmosphere of the new hotel is elegant, sun-drenched and modern.
The exclusive five-star accolade invites guests to explore the allure of this untouched paradise, offering just 29 rooms, each with a sea view overlooking beaches lined with palm trees.