Located within the impressive Scandola Nature Reserve, this protected area is considered one of the most spectacular and scenic places on the Corsican coast. The town itself is perched just above the glassy waters of the bay, its renowned Genoese tower and traditional stone houses accessible only by water. Isolated as such, these pale buildings form a virtual island amidst the dramatic green hills and deep sapphire waters, making for one of Corsica’s most dramatic sights. You could easily explore the surrounding fertile hills (known as “the garden of Corsica”) and secluded coves for days; before you pry yourself away, be sure to pay a visit to the striking red cliffs nearby in the nature reserve.

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