Just 50 km south of Bastia and on the edge of the Castagniccia, a natural region which is well-known for its large numbers of chestnut trees, come and discover Cervione, a typical Corsican village, which lies at an altitude of 330 m, at the foot of Monte Castellu. Clinging to the sides of the mountain, Cervione affords fantastic views over the sea and the Costa Verde. And on a clear day, you'll even be able to see the legendary island of Montecristo, which inspired the famous novel by Alexandre Dumas: the Count of Monte Cristo.
Perfect for family holidays and far from the crowds of southern Corsica, you'll enjoy a really peaceful holiday here looking out to the wonderful turquoise blue sea. Spend an afternoon on the beaches of Prunete, Padulone or San-Giulano, before soaking up the typically Corsican atmosphere of an evening in Cervione.
Come and visit its religious buildings such as the very fine Baroque cathedral of Saint Erasme, in the heart of the old town, or it's ADECEC ethnographic museum, where you'll find out about the habits and customs of the people of last century within 14 exhibition halls. You'll also find out about the tools used for livestock breeding and for farming in days gone by, as well as religious items and even textiles.
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