Port (73 km from the campsite)
This coastal city located in the west of Corsica is home to extraordinary landscapes. You will fall under the spell of the Gulf of Porto, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Scandola Nature Reserve.
Piana (84 km from the campsite)
To the south of Porto, the calanques de Piana, also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are located at the gates of the Corsican Regional Natural Park. Some granite formations that overlook the Mediterranean like the bishop are breathtaking.
Bastia (111 km from the campsite)
The prefecture of Haute-Corse is best known for its citadel, its Governor’s Palace, its pro-Cathedral of Sainte-Marie, its church of Saint-Jean-Baptiste, its port and the terraces of Place Saint-Nicolas. Not to mention the southern sites of Bastia and the Agriates desert further north!
Aleria (131 km from the campsite)
This ancient city has a large archaeological site that houses several Roman remains (forum, necropolis, thermal baths), and an interesting archaeological museum housed in a Genoa tower (Diana Tower).
Ghisonaccia (145 km from the campsite)
This city on the east coast of Corsica has a very beautiful Byzantine style church. Its large beach of fine sand (Vignale beach) is ideal for a few hours of swimming and relaxing before continuing your itinerary. You can also find beautiful beaches nearby on the Costa Serena.
Ajaccio (164 km from the campsite)
The prefecture of Corse-du-Sud, Napoleon’s birthplace, has the advantage of having a coastline sheltered from the wind. Ajaccio seduces visitors with its gulf, citadel, Santa Maria Assunta cathedral, Bonaparte’s house converted into a museum and the archipelago of the Sanguinaires accessible by boat from the imperial city.
Sari-Solenzara (170 km from the campsite)
This seaside resort of South Corsica nestled between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the mountains shelters some very beautiful beaches between Sainte Lucie de Porto Vecchio and Ghisonaccia. Its marina, via ferrata and the ascent of Mount Santu are a delight for walkers and hikers.
Porto-Vecchio (201 km from the campsite)
Welcome to the city of salt. Swimming on the beach from Santa Giulia or Palombaggia, walk to the Chiappa lighthouse, visit the citadel and the salt marshes, hike in the Monte massif : Porto-Vecchio has more than one argument to retain the visitor (not to be confused with Sainte Lucie de Porto Vecchio further north).
Propriano (219 km from the campsite)
Seen from the sky, the Gulf of Propriano looks like a postcard landscape. The Church of Our Lady of Mercy and the marina (Portu Valincu) are among the other charms of Propriano.
Bonifacio (229 km from the campsite)
It is impossible to remain indifferent to the view of the buildings at the top of the limestone cliffs that plunge vertically into the sea. The citadel, the King of Aragon’s staircase, the îles Lavezzi and the mouths of Bonifacio will guarantee you a total change of scene during your stay in Corsica.