Admire breathtaking scenery at the wheel of a vintage convertible car!

  • Balagne
  • Balagne
  • Balagne
  • Balagne Port de Calvi
  • Balagne Saint Florent

Les Agriates

From Saint Florent join Balagne by crossing the Agriates desert.

Starting from Saint Florent, you will reach « La Balagne » through an isolated road into a wilderness, surrounded by mountains and sea.

Calvi and Ile Rousse will be around, as all the balanian area villages, land of craftmen and also a tourist destination.

Castagniccia

The Castagniccia region descends to Cervione and goes along to the west until Monte San Petrone. Castagniccia is known for its steep green valleys, which used to be the most inhabited part of the island because of the many chestnut trees found there.

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  • Eglise Sainte Cécile Scata
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  • castagniccia
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  • Cap Corse Est
  • Cap Corse Est
  • Cap Corse Est
  • Cap Corse Est
  • Cap Corse Est

Cap Corse (East side)

Along on a sinuous road discover the mythical places of the Cape such as the village of Nonza or the vineyards of Patrimonio and the myriad of wild beaches along the coast.
Go enjoy a lobster on the port of Centuri.

Cap Corse (west side)

Discover the old town of Bastia, and engage on the Cape Road, Sisco; Erbalunga, Macinaggio, Barcaggio… so many authentic villages and wild beaches.

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La Costa Verde

The beach of Marana, the pond of Diana and the ancient sites of Aléria and Solenzara, as many unmissable places to discover.

Le Nebbiu

Discover the Corsican mountain and its picturesque villages, Oletta, Murato and its famous church Saint Michel, Pieve and its menhirs …

Corte historical capital of Corsica

This is the heart of the island of beauty, with its historic capital chosen by Pascal Paoli, its citadel perched on a rock.
Corte is about 500 meters above sea level, in a basin surrounded by mountains and crossed by the river Restonica. The region has high reliefs and large natural lakes like the Capitellu.
Go for a swim in the natural pools of Restonica.