Villages

Loreto di Casinca
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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 panoramic...

Porri
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Porri

This enigmatic and harmonious village, the smallest of Casinca’s gems is gracefully spread over the delicate slopes of the surrounding...

Castellare di Casinca
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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
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Penta di Casinca

Penta di Casinca, is a land of history and tradition.

Sorbo Ocagnano
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Sorbo Ocagnano

The village’s main hamlet crowns the hilltop overlooking the coast.

Venzolasca
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Venzolasca

The small picturesque hamlet of Venzolasca was built in the mountains, away from invaders.

Campana
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Campana

The village is located right at the foot of San Petrone and dominates the Orezza Valley.

Vescovato
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Vescovato

Vescovato : chief town of history.

Carcheto Brustico
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Carcheto Brustico

The village is located right in the heart of Castagniccia.

Carpineto
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Carpineto

Its rustic and defensive houses open out a magnificent landscape with a breathtaking view of San Petrone.

Casalta
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Casalta

Anchored on a rocky spur, the houses jut out dizzily over the cliff edge.

Casabianca
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Casabianca

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

Croce
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Croce

Located at an altitude of 800 m, Croce dominates the two settlements of Orezza and Ampugnani, and offers a panoramic view of the...

Giocatojo
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Giocatojo

The village stretches out along a particularly beautiful natural landscape.

Ficaja
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Ficaja

Located on a ridge, the village offers lovely views

La Porta
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La Porta

The village lies in the shadow of Mount San Petrone.

Monacia d'Orezza
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Monacia d'Orezza

Five hamlets for Monacia d'Orezza.

Nocario
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Nocario

Three hamlets for pour Nocario.

Piano
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Piano

Piano is located on a headland between the Ampugnani Valley and the sea.

Piazzole
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Piazzole

Stones from the village of «Francolaccia» are said to have been used to build Piazzole.

Parata
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Parata

One of the peculiarities of Parata is that it is a purely pedestrian village.

Piedicroce
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Piedicroce

Mostly surrounded by chestnut trees, the village has two hamlets, Pastoreccia and Fontana.

Piedipartino
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Piedipartino

An elongated hilltop village, offering a clear view of the hamlets scattered around the slopes of the mountains.

Pie d'Orezza
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Pie d'Orezza

Famous for its exceptional panoramic view over the Orezza Valley and San Petrone, it is a meeting place for many hikers.

Poggio Marinaccio
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Poggio Marinaccio

Calm, authentic...

Polveroso
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Polveroso

On the way to the Corsican Regional National Park, this village with its history of craftsmanship and religious traditions, is full of...

Pruno
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Pruno

This village, built on a rocky headland, offers a bird’s-eye view over the Fium’Alto Valley towards the sea.

Quercitello
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Quercitello

Its name means «little oak».

Rapaggio
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Rapaggio

This is an ancient medieval village, as evidenced by the architecture of the houses and its church, with its exposed stone façade.

San Damiano
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San Damiano

A village built on a rocky peak, made up of the hamlets of Mont d’Olmo, Alzi, Bonifaziu and Garanza.

San Gavino d'Ampugnani
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San Gavino d'Ampugnani

The village consists of five hamlets: Poggio, Casanova, Penta lu Trave, Nepita and E Caldana.

Scata
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Scata

From the promenade to the hiking trails, you will discover remains dating from Roman times to the present day, passing through the Middle...

Silvareccio
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Silvareccio

Located 680 m above sea level, at the foot of Mont Sant’Anghjulu, this village forms part of the Corsican Regional National Park.

Stazzona
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Stazzona

Blacksmiths manufactured weapons here from iron extracted from neighbouring mines.

Valle d'Orezza
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Valle d'Orezza

Tramica, Pedipetru, Aidana, Poghju, Palaghjacce and Poghje...

Verdese
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Verdese

This village has a church whose bell tower is said to have been built in just 140 days by the local inhabitants.

Cervione
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Cervione

This village is located 350 m above sea level, and extends to Prunete beach.

Felce
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Felce

The village is made up of the hamlets of Milaria, Volgheraccio, Poggiale and Piova. Milaria was once destroyed, and rebuilt on the ridge.

Novale
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Novale

A charming village from where you can make out the sea to the east and Mount San Petrone to the north.

Ortale
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Ortale

The village peacefully displays its historic streets.

Perelli
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Perelli

Perelli and his seven hamlets.

Piazzali
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Piazzali

This is the smallest of the nine villages in the Alesani Valley.

Pero Casevecchie
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Pero Casevecchie

The village of Piemont, is located 460 m above sea level, and divided into two hamlets.

Pietricaggio
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Pietricaggio

A typical village of towered houses, offering many designated trails which allow you to discover, among other things, the ruins of a...

Piobetta
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Piobetta

The village, made up of three hamlets, is full of curiosities to discover.

Poggio Mezzana
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Poggio Mezzana

Composed of fi ve hamlets: Renoso, Mezzana, Poggio, Pianella, E Murelle, and on a coastal strip dominated by beautiful hills.

Sainte Lucie de Moriani
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Sainte Lucie de Moriani

Santa Lucia di Moriani spans a sort of natural amphitheatre leading down to the sea.

San Giovanni di Moriani
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San Giovanni di Moriani

The village consists of six hamlets built on the crest of the hills.

San Giuliano
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San Giuliano

Near the sea, in the feet of Monte Castello d'Osari.

San Nicolao
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San Nicolao

San Nicolao : beach, activities and trails...

Sant'Andrea di Cotone
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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
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Santa Maria Poggio

Architecture and waterfall...

Santa Reparata di Moriani
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Santa Reparata di Moriani

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Taglio Isolaccio
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Taglio Isolaccio

Taglio and Isolaccio are two villages facing each other high in the foothills of Tavagna.

Talasani
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Talasani

The village of Talasani, home of «Luigi Giafferi» (1680-1745), has a seafront called Figaretto.

Tarrano
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Tarrano

A village consisting of six hamlets: Ortia, Bonicardu, Poggiale, Poggiu, Sorbello and Porta.

Valle d'Alesani
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Valle d'Alesani

Divided into four hamlets, there are four chapels to be visited

Valle di Campoloro
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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 Orneto
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Velone Orneto

Velone and Orneto are two typical villages housing unsuspected riches.

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