That little extra
Nicknamed the "garden of Corsica" thanks to its fertile hills, Balagne is also called "holy" because of its numerous religious buildings.
Let's add another qualifier: the "festive". A wide bay, a 3 miles long beach, a line of snowy mountains until May, and the citadel walls jutting out toward the sea, one cannot imagine a more beautiful setting.
Take a walk along the seashore and the marina, one of the most popular in Corsica.
Calvi's economy is primarily based on summer tourism,welcoming families from July to August, and being the ideal destination for holiday groups between June and September.
In Calvi, the Genoese citadel, do not miss a visit to St. John the Baptist’s Church, a beautiful baroque church.
Also push the doors of Sainte-Marie’s Church, and of the Oratory of the Brotherhood of Saint Antoine. Go also to Notre-Dame de la Serra for its spectacular view of the bay.
At l'Ile Rousse stroll on the market, and discover the beautiful seaside promenade of Marinella.