Producers & Artisans
In the heart of the village of Tolla, Ludovic Marti is both a castanick farmer and a pig farmer.
He cultivates with passion a chestnut of several hectares to produce a sweet and fine chestnut flour.
Raised in the open air, the pigs benefit from the last bugs left on the ground, which give the fat the unique taste of the Corsican soil.
Le jardin des Abeilles
A few minutes from Ajaccio from the Prunelli Valley, Denis Casalta and his family have been producing for the past 6 years a certified organic honey of exceptional quality, produced from endemic plants.
An educational path winds through the farm, giving free rein to visitors.
The visit ends with a tasting in the pretty shop embalmed by the sweet scent of beeswax.
The family business Corsica Pam was born from the association of two brothers from the village of Ocana.
They cultivate aromatic herbs to distil their virtues and fragrances for almost 25 years.
Their products are part of a sustainable and certified approach. They are now known and recognized by aromatherapy professionals.
It is in the heart of the village of Bastelica, located 15 minutes from Tolla, that the designer Antoinette NUNZI has established her workshop.
In true passion, she created her brand in 2005. Two lines of jewelry: Ata-i and Nanarella, offer colorful and inventive jewelry, inspired by Corsica and the latest trends.
Each creation is imagined and worked with joyful colors and noble materials such as mother-of-pearl or semi-precious stones. The ensemble creates unique collections, both romantic and nostalgic.