The landscapes of Calenzana
Its landscapes include the Fiume Seccu valley in which the village is nestled, the plain of the Figarella river that empties into the Mediterranean in Calvi, the Cirque de Bonifatu, and the backdrop of the sea. A small town rich in history, Calenzana is located just 13 km from the center of Calvi. The silhouette of the church of Saint-Blaise bell-tower is emblematic of the city. 500 Germans who fell during the great revolt of the Corsicans against the Genoese are buried at its feet. There are still the remains of Genoese towers standing around the city (Torre Mozza and Torre Truccia) as well as the old Argentella mines.