At the top of Capo d'Orto
Perched at an altitude of 1,294 metres, the Capo d'Orto offers a breathtaking view of the entire Gulf of Porto, as well as a beautiful panorama of the mountains. It is at the top of the Capo d'Orto that the description of Corsica as "a mountain in the sea" takes on its full meaning.
However, this view has to be earned: a 5-hour walk there and back and a difference in altitude of almost 850 m... but between us, it's really worth it!
After the San Bastianu Pass
Gateway to the territory
As the gateway to our territory from Ajaccio, the Col de San Bastianu will immediately put you in the mood: spectacular views over splendid gulfs.
You will immediately feel a sense of holiday and relaxation at the mere sight of it!
At the top of the Cervellu
The route leading to Monte Cervellu is not the best known. To reach the summit of Monte Cervellu, which rises to an altitude of 1,624 metres and is actually in the nearby municipality of Salice, you have to go to Rosazia, where the starting point of this sporty hike is located.
4 hours of walking and a length of 9kms which will make you pass by unexpected sights such as this wall of China nustrale, a border built by man which extends on nearly 1000 meters.
"But up on the mountain" and even if we have to repeat ourselves, the view is magnificent...In particular, there is an exceptional view of the Trè Torre mountain (three towers in Corsica) whose three peaks can be seen perfectly from the Cervellu mountain, but also of the Pointe de la mariée (the point of the bride).he three summits that make it up can be seen perfectly from the monte Cervellu, but also on the point of the bride (A Spusata) in Corsica, which has given rise to a well-known legend on the island
View of the Gorges de la Spelunca
Just outside Evisa, there is a spectacular view of the Spelunca gorges, Ota and the Capu d'Ota.
An orientation table right there will help you to find your way... it's easier that way!
On the plateau of the Omigna tower
At the Peru beach, a walk more than a hike, (accessible to all) will lead you along a coastal landscape to the Omigna point
The tower awaits you on its rocky promontory, its exterior staircase leads to the first floor, where there is a fireplace and several niches open to the sea. Another metal staircase leads to the terrace. From the terrace, one can enjoy a superb panorama of the sea and the village of Cargèse. If you look to the north, you will see the Genoese tower of Capo Rosso, and to the front, another promontory where the Genoese tower of Orchinu sits, just to make you want to go there.
From the path of Santa Croce to Sari d'Orcino