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 clustered around its 16th century castle. Next to this is a citadel built in the same stone with a protruding circular watch tower.
Next on the road trip is the beach at St Florent. The town itself is small with a maze of narrow streets and passages.
Plus there’s a lively waterfront with a row of restaurants.
Like many of the Corsican towns Saint Florent has a Genoise citadel, built in the 15th century. It’s a sturdy round monument that looks out across the gulf below.