Murtoli is definitely a must-see place. Walk in the fields, watch the horses galloping through the maquis
or prancing on the sea shores of the large beach, and come to the foregone conclusion that horseback riding is a second nature experience.
Murtoli makes for a dream land for all rides.
From beaches to dunes, from the countryside to the hills, and from ponds to forests, pleasure is guaranteed.
Whether your are a beginner or an experienced rider, the estate provides for all kinds of trails to fit all levels.
The Equestrian Farm Fior di Lezza, located in the upper valley, offers introductory and improvement lessons. Above all, the goal is to have fun and enjoy your ride in what is also well-known as the essence of the first Eden.
Half-day and full-day itineraries. Full-day itineraries include a tasty chef cooked meal that you will relish during lunch halts, while admiring breathtaking scenery.
The Domaine de l’Ortolo offers all the best conditions to spend a successful hunt and a fantastic sojourn.
Prepare ahead your hunting stay in South Corsica and discover here our special offers for the next season (drinks not included) for all hunters.
The Domaine de Murtoli is the ideal place to experience the Art of Living in Corsica through the gastronomy, the excellent wines, the Nature, the History, the ancestral culture and even the sport.
The splendid Corsican landscapes perfectly lend themselves to hike, among other sports such as… golf! Hunter or not, everyone is pleased!
Big game (Wild boar) Honor where honor is due, the rich and varied Ortolo valley hosts great groups of those famous little - and sometimes larger - wild boars, an always quick and unpredictable game that uses very unique and clever technics to escape from dogs and men. The territory provides the three vital animal needs: food, tranquility and hospitable shelter.
Two ways to experience a unique hunting moment. Discover here below:
For many reasons, the small sedentary game enjoys these large nutritious lands, the territory being crossed by a river, the Ortolo, offers a long plain in its heart, the farming activity is all around, the environment is consistently and tirelessly maintained. Which game will you spring up on your next passage? Obviously, red partridges - the favorite small game here - but also pheasants, hares and rabbits, or mallard ducks.Small Wild Game