Little towns

Corsica is full of delightful little towns, each with their own unique characters and quirks. We spent a day floating about visiting them en-route to our next destination. Here’s the hubby at Algajola. It has a 16th century fort on the seafront and a long sandy beach. Algajola is small with its older buildings clusteredContinue reading “Little towns”

Mountain villages

We’re off to explore the hill villages of Corsica’s Haute-Balagne on this little road trip. Tiny villages cling to the hillside along the winding roads that meander throughout the lush greens of the Corsican countryside. Sant’Antonino is the oldest inhabited village on Corsica and the pastel hued houses cling together along the winding alleyways andContinue reading “Mountain villages”