South coast of Corsica: the places to see during a holiday

Corsica south coastSea, suggestive towns, ancient city walls, hills, mountains, lakes, waterfalls: this is the south coast of Corsica. And if this is the destination of you nest holiday, here you have the places to visit:

Propriano – A touristic place on the Gulf of Valinco. The main attractions of Propriano are beaches, aquatic sports, and its unique atmosphere.

Alta Rocca – One of the regions of Corsica, a regions with mountains, hills, oaks, pines, chestnuts trees, and a lot of little and picturesque villages. Alta Rocca is ideal for trekking.

Sartène – A picturesque Medieval town built on the rock. The old town centre is made of grey granite houses and streets. The area of Sartène is well known for its vineyards.

U Spidali – Another ideal places for trekking and excursions: here there are rock masses, pine woods and cork oaks. There are also a lake and a waterfall, both reachable by a well-marked footpath.

Bonifacio – The main city of Corsica south coast. It’s located directly in the Mediterranean Sea, on the Strait of Bonifacio, and is built on white sheer cliffs. Some of the most important places to see in Bonifacio are the citadel and the marina.

Porto-Vecchio – In this place there are some of the most beautiful beaches of Corsica south coast, such as Palombaggia and Santa Giulia, both surrounded by pine forests.

 

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