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Upper Corsica

Through the diversity of its landscapes combining both all the features of the coast and the interior, even the mountain, the Balagne is alone a small Corsica in Corsica. Calvi and Ile Rousse, the two Cities of the sea, are renowned for the richness of their natural sites: long sandy beaches, coves, rocks and peninsulas. They are separated by Lumio and the long Algajola Bay to the delta of Ostriconi which is among the coastal treasures.

The interior is distinguished by a panel of villages in balconies, sun exposure allowed nature to be generous and to confer to Balagne the nickname "Garden of Corsica".

The profusion of events and festivals is the living testimony of a strong cultural identity of the fair of the olive of Montegrosso, the Musicales of Calenzana, through theatrical Dating Olmi-Capella, each village offers its animation.

The city of Calvi in ​​turn, organizes throughout the year events like the Festival of the Wind, the meetings of Contemporary Art Calvi on the Rock and the Jazz Festival.

Nestled in a beautiful bay, the small fishing village of St Florent has transformed over the years into a highly rated resort, with a beautiful port de Plaisance. ideal starting point for hiking or horseback excursions exceptional, in the desert of Agriates.

Bastia, the economic capital of the island, is more than any other Corsican town marked by the print of Genoa, with its baroque facades, blue tiled roofs and its majestic spiers. Organized around its old port and its steep winding streets, Bastia is a city with mutiple facets need to take the time to discover.

A mountain in the sea, it is in the region of Porto that phrase comes into its own. seaboard of the Corsica Regional Park, with the Creeks of Piana, the Scandola Nature Reserve, and the Gulf of Girolata, this site is registered as a World Heritage Site since 1983.

Ideally located between Calvi and Ajaccio, this region offers an exceptional range of colors, with orange of its rocks, the deep blue sea, the green of the maquis and the glowing red of its sunsets.