The 16th-century Venetian-style cathedral is home to the baptismal fonts used to baptise Napoleon.
Only a small part of Ajaccio is urbanised and the rest is very scarcely populated, remaining untouched.
According to recent archaeological discoveries, Ajaccio has had a port since ancient times.
Following underwater archaeological excavations, Roman boats were discovered near Ajaccio.
Between its port, its old town and its narrow streets, and its beaches and coves, Ajaccio immerses its visitors in a very pleasant setting.
Despite their austere and hostile side, the Sanguinary Islands are a listed maritime site home to marine birds and plant life.
Ajaccio is not the sort of place to go to for a short stay. That said, you only need to drive a few miles out of the city towards the south or the north to find hotels with beautiful beaches. We have therefore selected three "spots" on the outskirts of Ajaccio: Porticcio, Cargèse and the road of the Sanguinary islands. Porticcio is located across the bay of Ajaccio. It is seaside resort of little charm ...
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