20260 Calvi, France
About Calvi Beach
Calvi is a city on the French island of Corsica and the biggest tourist center of the island proper. One of the nice sandy beaches in this area which is calm and quiet and also there is so many opportunities for adventure activities also. Calvi has a rich and chequered history. The earliest found remains of settlers in Calvi date back to the Neolithic period, in one of its many caves.
Attractions near Calvi Beach
The Gulf of Revellata is a gulf of the Mediterranean which is located in the town of Calvi in Haute Corse. It is a privileged scooping site for water bombers. It is also an underwater sanctuary which is one of the most famous diving spots in Corsica. It is a conserved area that is blessed with natural beauty.
The Revellata lighthouse also called the Gulf of Calvi lighthouse, marks the northwest coast of Corsica, from the Gulf of Galéria to the coasts of Agriates. The current lighthouse is a square tower, centered on a rectangular base. It is in masonry stone, with smooth plaster and exposed stone angles. an architectural wonder which was located at the tip of a cliff. it offers a panoramic view of this area and also a nice location to hangout.
The Fango Valley was designated a biosphere reserve by UNESCO on1 st March 1977. Its heart is the Piriu Forest, made up of maritime and black pines as well as remarkable centuries-old holm oaks which are said to be among the oldest in the world. The Piriu yeuseraie has not been exploited since 1850. One of the nice trekking destination and also there is a beautiful river flowing through this area.
Monte Cinto is the highest mountain on Corsica with a height of 2706m. It is the main peak that separates the Golo valley in the south from the Asco valley in the north. One of the main trekking and rock climbing locations in this area and offers a panoramic view of the whole area from the top of the mountain.
Mount Paglia Orba is one of the most famous mountains in Corsica. it is an isolated massif, and dominates the west coast of the island; it is nicknamed the " Corsican Matterhorn " or even the "Queen of Corsican mountains". It is also one of the nice trekking destinations in this area too.
The Ostriconi is a small French coastal river that flows in the north of the department of Haute-Corse in the Corsica region and which empties into the Mediterranean Sea. One of the nice place to spend some leisure time and It flows from the southeast to the northwest, creating a valley called Paesi d'Ostriconi, located between the micro-regions of Nebbio and Giussani .
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