Our overnight stop is in the town of Bastia. A bit battered and run down but with artwork and colour on each street.
Bastia was the principal capital of Genoese Corsica, and it became French only in the late 1760s.
Artwork and street scribbles adorn many of the walls around the city centre.
Many of the buildings look somewhat precarious, if not downright unsafe!
There are more Baroque churches in this city than any other on Corsica.
The most noticeable one is the twin towers of the St Jean Baptiste cathedral which stands prominently above the bustling quayside.
The Vieux Port – Old Port – is the busiest part of the town with many tall, gently decaying, buildings housing restaurants and cafes.