Built on the headland of Monte Castellare, the village -made up of 5 hamlets- stands in the heart of chestnut trees and green valleys,...
Constituted of six hamlets, this village was built on a rocky ridge and overlooks the whole Casacconi valley.
Located upstream from the Casacconi valley, this village is composed of several hamlets with an average elevation of 570 metres above...
Perched at an average height of 370 meters, the village is composed of many hamlets crossed by several watercourse.
Prunelli di Casacconi
Standing at an average altitude of 270 metres, in the middle of orchards and wild vegetation.
This village, located at an average altitude of 400 metres, is formed of two hamlets, Penta and Acquatella, surrounded by chestnut and...
Loreto di Casinca
Like an eagle’s nest overlooking the plain and the sea, at the foot of mount Sant’Anghjuli, this village has a magnificent...
This enigmatic and harmonious village, the smallest of Casinca’s gems is gracefully spread over the delicate slopes of the surrounding...
Castellare di Casinca
A medieval village bathed in sunshine and with crystal clear waters, with exquisite views over the valley and the Tuscan archipelago.
Penta di Casinca
Penta di Casinca, a land of history and tradition.
The village’s main hamlet crowns the hilltop overlooking the coast.
The small picturesque hamlet of Venzolasca was built in the mountains, away from invaders.
The village is located right at the feet of Mount San Petrone and dominates the Orezza Valley.
Vescovato: chief town of history.
The village is located right into the heart of Castagniccia.
Its rustic and defensive houses open up on a magnificent landscape with a breath-taking view of San Petrone.
Anchored on a rocky spur, the houses jut out dizzily over the cliff edge.
This historic village is located at 580 m above sea level in the heart of the regional park, where you will find a Saracen tower
Located at an altitude of 800 m, Croce dominates the two settlements of Orezza and Ampugnani, and offers a panoramic view of the...
The village stretches out along a particularly beautiful natural landscape.
Located on a ridge, the village offers lovely views
The village lies in the shadow of Mount San Petrone.
Five hamlets for Monacia d'Orezza.
Three hamlets for pour Nocario.
Piano is located on a headland between the Ampugnani Valley and the sea.
Stones from the village of «Francolaccia» are said to have been used to build Piazzole.
One of the peculiarities of Parata is that it is a purely pedestrian village.
Mostly surrounded by chestnut trees, the village has two hamlets, Pastoreccia and Fontana.
An elongated hilltop village, offering a clear view of the hamlets scattered around the slopes of the mountains.
Famous for its exceptional panoramic view over the Orezza Valley and San Petrone, it is a meeting place for many hikers.
On the way to the Corsican Regional National Park, this village with its history of craftsmanship and religious traditions, is full of...
This village, built on a rocky headland, offers a bird’s-eye view over the Fium’Alto Valley towards the sea.
Its name means «little oak».
This is an ancient medieval village, as evidenced by the architecture of the houses and its church, with its exposed stone façade.
A village built on a rocky peak, made up of the hamlets of Mont d’Olmo, Alzi, Bonifaziu and Garanza.
San Gavino d'Ampugnani
The village consists of five hamlets: Poggio, Casanova, Penta lu Trave, Nepita and E Caldana.
From the promenade to the hiking trails, you will discover remains dating from Roman times to the present day, passing through the Middle...
Located 680 m above sea level, at the foot of Mont Sant’Anghjulu, this village forms part of the Corsican Regional National Park.
Blacksmiths manufactured weapons here from iron extracted from neighbouring mines.
Tramica, Pedipetru, Aidana, Poghju, Palaghjacce and Poghje...
This village has a church whose bell tower is said to have been built in just 140 days by the local inhabitants.
This village is located 350 m above sea level, and extends to Prunete beach.
The village is made up of the hamlets of Milaria, Volgheraccio, Poggiale and Piova. Milaria was once destroyed, and rebuilt on the ridge.
A charming village from where you can make out the sea to the east and Mount San Petrone to the north.
The village peacefully displays its historic streets.
Perelli and his seven hamlets.
This is the smallest of the nine villages in the Alesani Valley.
The village of Piemont, is located 460 m above sea level, and divided into two hamlets.
A typical village of towered houses, offering many designated trails which allow you to discover, among other things, the ruins of a...
The village, made up of three hamlets, is full of curiosities to discover.
Composed of fi ve hamlets: Renoso, Mezzana, Poggio, Pianella, E Murelle, and on a coastal strip dominated by beautiful hills.
Sainte Lucie de Moriani
Santa Lucia di Moriani spans a sort of natural amphitheatre leading down to the sea.
San Giovanni di Moriani
The village consists of six hamlets built on the crest of the hills.
Near the sea, in the feet of Monte Castello d'Osari.
San Nicolao : beach, activities and trails...
Sant'Andrea di Cotone
Sant’Andrea di Cotone is a picturesque village surrounded by wooded hills, with panoramic views of the Italian islands.
Santa Maria Poggio
Architecture and waterfall...
Santa Reparata di Moriani
Taglio and Isolaccio are two villages facing each other high in the foothills of Tavagna.
The village of Talasani, home of «Luigi Giafferi» (1680-1745), has a seafront called Figaretto.
A village consisting of six hamlets: Ortia, Bonicardu, Poggiale, Poggiu, Sorbello and Porta.
Divided into four hamlets, there are four chapels to be visited.
Valle di Campoloro
Valle di Campoloro extends over an area of 560 hectares, from the hamlet of Muchjetu to the huge sandy beach in Padulone.
Velone and Orneto are two typical villages housing unsuspected riches.