Presentation of Cape Corsica

Cap Corse is a mountain in the sea which was called by the Romans “the sacred promontory”.

Its strategic position at the center of maritime routes made it a very popular land as evidenced by the numerous Genoese towers erected along the two very contrasting coasts.

It is also one of the wildest regions of our island.

The town of Farinole

Farinole or Ferringule in Corsica, is an ideal village for holidays.

It is located at the start of Cap Corse near Saint-Florent and Patrimonio.

It is in this typical village that we offer our rental villas.

Nonza site

Magnificent site above the Mediterranean, The medieval village of Nonza perches like an eagle's nest on a vertical cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea 100 meters high, surrounding the church of Santa-Ghjulia.

Beautiful houses with dark and homogeneous architecture which blend into the edges of cliffs, to visit during your holidays in Corsica.

The Nebbio

Nebbio is a mysterious country often covered in mist.

Clinging to the Tenda massif, its balcony villages overlook the Gulf of Saint-Florent.

From its tumultuous past, there remain many vestiges that you can admire during a walk on the trails.

The village of Patrimonio

To the south of Cap Corse, at the start of the slopes of Nebbio, is the village of Patrimonio.

This small region was one of the first to obtain an appellation d’origine contrôlée (AOC).

The quality of the soil and perfect sunshine have made its wine an internationally known flagship of Corsica.

The wines are distinctive and made from very particular grape varieties: Nieluccio and Malvoisie. This village is also distinguished by its “Les Nuits de la Guitare” Festival which takes place every summer in July.

The village of Saint-Florent

After following the coast with wild and rugged landscapes, you will discover the Gulf of Saint Florent and at the far end, the village which gave it its name.

Starting point for the coastal path, a very pleasant way to discover the Agriates coast, a unique and protected site revealing here and there deserted coves and white sand beaches.

Le Lodu, Saleccia or Màlfalcu will enchant your holiday memories. The ancient Genoese city, crowned by its citadel, is today a large seaside resort where all kinds of sea and nature activities are practiced.

Cultural evenings are also organized through Corsican polyphonies and the “Porto Latino” festival which takes place every year in August.