Detached house 6.5 rooms - 216 m² Fully / CHF 1’545’000.-
"For the record, La Tonnara was once a very small Corsican fishing village specializing in tuna fishing. This also explains this name since the inhabitants used fishing nets called tonnara to catch large fish such as tuna. red and swordfish. Today, the village is renowned for its sober, discreet, intimate and authentic sand and rock beach."
It is in a decor altogether different but where the story has an important place that we offer this development. Indeed, a long time ago, a chestnut grove had developed there, which gave its name to the village, Châtaignier. Only a few specimens of this iconic tree remain today. At the top of the village, the old mazots bordering the vines give it a special charm.
"An air of Corsica in the heart of the Valais Alps"