Suspended over the Mediterranean, huddled in the maquis or hung between land and mountains, the Corsican villages are essential curiosities of the Island of Beauty. Discover with Viamare the most typical, synonymous with breathtaking panoramas and total change of scenery!
Located almost at the end of Cap Corse, 50 kilometers north of Bastia, Centuri offers you the sea in the mountains! Its steep valley with bushy vegetation houses small traditional hamlets, old mills and Genoese towers before turning into a small quiet port with pretty colorful houses. Take the time to enjoy a fresh lobster, the specialty of local fishermen!
In the Eastern Plain, do not forget Aléria, the ancient Roman capital of Corsica. This important archaeological site also offers gentle landscapes, which contrast sharply with other areas of the island. Let yourself be seduced by its long sandy beaches and its many wetlands (ponds of Diana, Urbino …). These last ones shelter several natural reserves as well as farms of oysters and mussels.
At the foot of the Bavella Needles, one of the most famous mountainous massifs of the island, Sari-Solenzara is ideal for lovers of “green tourism”. Its emerald water river, its string of waterfalls and majestic forests welcome many hiking and walking routes. The guarantee of relaxing and refreshing moments! The place also hosts one of the largest tree climbing courses in Europe.
At the foot of the Bavella peaks, one of the most famous mountain ranges on the island, Sari-Solenzara is ideal for lovers of “green tourism”. Its emerald water river, its string of waterfalls and its majestic forests are home to many hiking and walking routes. The guarantee of relaxing and refreshing moments! The place also hosts one of the largest tree climbing courses in Europe.
The southernmost municipality of France, Bonifacio is one of the villages that you must visit during your holidays in Corsica. A veritable open-air museum with its colossal Genoese citadel and its 12th century old town, it is also renowned for its incredible white limestone cliffs and beautiful beaches. Do not miss the Staircase of the King of Aragon – 189 steps carved into the rock to access the sea – and the imposing “Sand Grain”!