Calvi on the rocks 2018: music, entertainment and a wonderful sea

  • Published: 5-06-2018
  • Category: Events

Calvi on the rocks 2018

Do you like music, especially electronic music? Would you like to spend a few days listening to performances by artists of international caliber and, from one concert to another, relax on beautiful beaches? So you shouldn’t miss this event: the 2018 edition of Calvi on the rocks, which will be held from 6 to 11 July.

 

The guest stars

IAM, Amelie Lens, Tale Of Us and Étienne de Crécy will be the main artists who will animate the 2018 edition of Calvi on the rocks. But not the only ones, given that on stage, Arnaud Rebotini, Lomepal, L’Impératrice, Polo & Pan, Bon Entendeur, among others, will also perform. For a festival that will be entirely dedicated to rock and electro music.

 

Getting to Calvi

Calvi is located on the northern coast of the island of beauty. To get there, you simply need to book a place on one of the ferries to Corsica that arrive to this city, or in one of the nearby cities, such as Ile Rousse and Bastia. For this reason, and also to be able to move in total freedom during your holiday, we advise you to board a car or a motorbike on the ferry.

 

Visiting Calvi

  • Things to see. Calvi is a city that has so much to offer. Starting from its citadel, built on a promontory that almost seems to dive into the sea. And continuing with places like the ancient Tour du Sel, the evocative Pro-cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste, the pristine coastline of Pointe de la Revellata.
  • Beaches. It has been said that there will also be the possibility to rest on enchanting beaches. Like the city beach, Algajola (one of the most beautiful beaches in Corsica) and Arinella. And many others that you can discover simply by moving along the coast of Calvi.

 

More information

For more information on the 2018 edition of Calvi on the rocks (complete program, how to participate, eventual date changes), you can consult the official website of the event, Calviontherocks.com.

 

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