Northern Corsica is less frequented than the southern region, yet it offers a multitude of landscapes, beaches, mountains, picturesque villages and fishing ports. Corte in the centre, Bastia to the northeast, and Calvi, Porto and Ile Rousse to the northwest are full of places to visit or are good places to set off from to discover the natural wonders of the land and sea. Those looking to switch off ...
Six beaches are in close proximity to the city of Bastia, which offers magnificent vantage points of the sea.
The low-lying city of Bastia stretches out along the coast. It is home to a Mediterranean port and picturesque narrow streets.
An example of classical architecture on the outside and a baroque Bastia-style on the inside, the church of St. John the Baptist watches over the old port.
Bastia's city centre reveals numerous 19th century buildings to its visitors.
The town of Bastia is centred around its old port, the former fishing marina that was once called Porto Cardo.
This statue is a work of art by Bartolini, erected on St. Nicolas Square in memory of the illustrious Corsican.
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