I feel Corte is one of the nicest places in Corsica. An impressive citadel, great bars and restaurants and friendly people. I really liked it here.
Scooters everywhere! A very busy Corsican capital. But there are some gems such as street art and museums.
The last stop on my trip before going home. A very active city, with live shows and nice people.
Very expensive boats in the harbour, as well as lots to do such as Aragon’s Steps and the Gouvernail De La Corse.
Rolling mountains and old buildings of curiosity are spread around this commune.
A large site of Neolithic hovels and remnants of times gone by.
An old bridge that can’t be driven over but can be walked over. One of the oldest in tact bridges in Corsica.
Underground bunker and watch post, used by the Axis in WW2.
Restaurants and shops are everywhere, plus extensive beaches.
Photo’s from the trip from Nice to Bastia on the ferry.
Extensive grounds of well kept fauna and flora of Corsica. With information points and even a Koi fish pond!
A rough offroad ride on rough and narrow roads will get you here. Where pigs, horses and other stuff roams free. A great hike.
Basically natural swimming pools and a very picturesque natural setting. Bit of a walk, but not too strenuous. Be careful though.
An offroad ride to get to this lighthouse. It overlooks Calvi and is now remote controlled from Bastia.
A lovely little fishing village in the north of Corsica. Apparently most of the mussels on the island come from here.
A picturesque tower that’s right on the beach. Quite a motorcycle ride to get to the beach restaurant, and then a decent walk to actually get to the tower, but well worth it.
I took the long walk as I didn’t know there was an easier way on the other side! It was very hot and you really need to take water, not the 3rd of a bottle I took!