The town has a majestic seaside setting with snowcapped mountain peaks in the distance and sandy beaches nearby. It is the largest town of Corsica.
In a picturesque location on a limestone cliff, surrounded by its ancient walls, it is a well-preserved town that dates back to the 9th century.
With a picturesque marina and five kilometers of beautiful beaches along the bay. Sunbathing and swimming are favorite tourist activities.
The beautiful Gulf of Porto is a protected nature reserve lies on the bay at the foot of a promontory, crowned by an old Genoese watch tower.
Bastia, lies at the base of the Cap Corse peninsula. The town has a picturesque old harbor and a quaint old town which was the old fishing village.
Covering an impressive expanse of land, the Bouches de Bonifacio is the largest nature reserve in France.
In a beautiful location above the Rizzanese Valley in fertile Sartenais region, Sartene prides itself the "most Corsican" of Corsica's old cities.
This peaceful area of dense forests is dotted with quaint hilltop villages, small hamlets, and churches with beautiful ornate interiors.
It is a vast protected wilderness of 15,000 hectares with a diversity of landscapes. The micro-regions include shrub lands and rugged coastline.
Perched like an eagle's nest on a picturesque hilltop, the ancient walled town, offers sensational views of the surrounding landscape and the sea.
The Cap Corse peninsula is one of the most picturesque areas of the island. The peninsula is covered by a range of foothills and fertile valleys.