Historically, the Cape Corsins emigrated. In the 19th century several settled in South America. Some there were strain and others returned to their villages once made fortune, were building sumptuous "Palazzi" is now called "American houses" one of them is the Cagninacci Castle in San Martino di Lota.
It offers the experience of staying in the descendants of those who built the Castle. On the site of a convent of Capuchins, the great-grandfather of Bertrand and Florence has built an impressive neo-toscan Palace. The former convent from the 17th century remain the Chapel, and a few cells of monks.
Bertrand, Florence, and their mother offer 4 guest rooms (all with a private bathroom, a room also has a splendid terrace private) the Castle Cagninacci is located in 3 acres of wooded area of chestnut trees, olive, giant magnolias, Orange and lime trees. You take breakfast in the shade of plane trees with bread and jam, and canistrelli, while enjoying the view of the sea. In fine weather, you can see the islands of Elba and Capraia, and very rarely the Italian coast. If the weather is not, you will be served in the spectacular dining.
In the village of San Martino di Lota, there are 2 restaurants, where you can walk. The sea is only 8 kilometres away.