Because unmissable, unmissable and emblematic, these sites embody the jewels of our territory.
IN THE PROGRAM
Day 1: Back to the Stone Age and spiritual face to face
Arrival in Cargèse and installation in your accommodation: guest room in a former convent or room in a tower. Discovery of the U Scumunicatu status-menhir on the road to Paomia (Cargèse) during a 2-hour walk (return). Then visit the two churches of Cargèse which face each other on the seafront less than 100 m from each other.
Enjoy one of the sumptuous beaches of Cargèse with turquoise waters. Night, meal and shopping in Cargèse
Day 2: Lost past and miracle of nature
After breakfast, direction Porto or Ota and installation in your accommodation
In Serriera, walk to the abandoned village of Pinito 2h30 (A/R). Then return to Porto for a well-deserved break in one of Porto's many restaurants.
In the afternoon, sea visit (sea excursion or boat rental) in the Gulf of Porto, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Scandola Reserve, the village of Girolata, accessible only on foot or by boat and/ or the Calanche de Piana) or visit the Saint Jean Baptiste church in Ota, where legend has it that the vault was painted by the famous Russian painter Marc Chagall. In the early evening, take the time and relax with a small aperitif and enjoy the sunset over Porto, one of the most sumptuous in the Mediterranean. Meals and night in Porto/Ota.
Day 3: Mysteries from within
After breakfast direction Marignana for a short hike to the abandoned village of Tassu and its small restored chapel. Then head for Evisa where you will discover the chestnut grove interpretation trail, which offers you the opportunity to discover through a dozen explanatory panels the secrets of chestnut cultivation in this area with AOC chestnut flour. The path reveals little mysteries such as the “grataghji” chestnut drying sheds and takes you to the natural pools and waterfalls of the Aïtone forest, famous for its larici pines.
Meals and night in Vico in a guest house trailer or in a convent
Direction Muna, an isolated village overlooking the Liamone valley. access is via a road that was only created in 1977 and paved only 10 years later! This hamlet village has an aura of its own that bewitches anyone who visits it. Continuing on the road, Rosazia will make you discover her unfinished church (without a roof) today transformed by the municipality into a village hall. Recommended accommodation: guest rooms in a former convent (Cuventu di Paomia in Cargèse), room fitted out in a tower (Résidence les Mandiles in Cargèse), seasonal rental in a safari tent in an olive grove (Santoni in Ota), trailer in the heart of a **** campsite (Les Oliviers in Porto), Lodge club village in a *** campsite (Sole e Vista in Porto)