In the north of Corsica, you really shouldn't miss the charming town of Bastia, the second largest town on the island, behind Ajaccio. Clinging to the side of a mountain, 900 m in height, lies Bastia, with an architectural and cultural heritage which just has to be experienced.
Come and discover some of its amazing monuments such as its citadel, the Palais des Gouverneurs on its summit and its orange coloured walls, as well as the Jardin Romieu, which has a panoramic viewpoint looking out over the town and the harbour of Bastia.
In the old town of Bastia, come and immerse yourself in this charming little alleyways, many of which emerge at the sea and the old harbour.
Outside the town, you'll also find all sorts of beaches which are listed as some of this island's finest. With its pebble beaches in the north, and sandy ones in the south, all you have to do is choose which, so as to enjoy some relaxation beside the turquoise sea!
Setting off for a camping holiday in Bastia also means staying in a dynamic, generous and welcoming seaside resort. This means you'll find all sorts of bars and restaurants where you'll be able to try some of the town's specialities, which include sardines au brocciu (sheep cheese) and baccalà.
Place Saint Nicolas and the old harbour of Bastia, both bustling locations, are places where you can come and discover what a Corsican atmosphere is all about!
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