Bravone - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Bravone, 20230 Linguizzetta, France
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The Bravona is a small French coastal river that flows in Haute-Corse and empties into the Tyrrhenian Sea. The lighthouse is still active and is fully automated and controlled by the Marine Nationale in Bastia. It was one of a series of coastal defenses constructed by the Republic of Genoa between 1530 and 1620 to protect against attacks by Barbary pirates.
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The Fiumorbo is a natural region of Corsica, on the eastern coast of the island. At the southern end of the En-Deçà-des-Monts. One of the nice location which is blessed with natural beauty and also a nice trekking destination too.
The Monte San Petrone is a mountain located in the department of Haute-Corse. The slopes of this schist massif are covered with chestnut trees returned to the state of the forest, which earned it the name of Castagniccia. One of the nice trekking destination and also a place which is blessed with natural beauty.
The Corsica Regional Nature Park extends over 350,510 hectares, which represents about 40 % of the island. This park is a paradise for those who love nature and beautiful landscapes. It is also one of the challenging trekking destinations and also you can perform so many adventure activities here. It is also home to a large variety of flora and fauna.
Col de Vizzavona connects Corte to Ajaccio and is one of the four big passes in Corsica linking the island’s two slopes from west to east. Located in the heart of Corsica’s regional park. It was located in a picturesque location and you can enjoy wonderful views over Corsica and also start hikes in the surrounding area.
The Monte Renoso is the highest peak in the massif of the same name occupying the area between the neck Vizzavona and Verde. Culminating at 2,352 meters above sea level, it is located in the municipalities of Bastelica , Bocognano and Ghisoni. The Monte Renoso massif is the third highest on the island, after those of Monte Cinto and Monte Rotondo , in front of the Monte Incudine massif. it is also a new trekking destination too.
La Restonica is a river that originates from Lake Melo at an altitude of 1,711 meters on Monte Rotondo. Its course is 18 km before joining the Tavignano in Corte. the Restonica gorges offer multiple possibilities for swimming and hiking. A winding road allows you to reach the sheepfolds of Grotelle which are the starting point for the lakes of Melo and Capitello. Its course is dotted with waterfalls and natural pools of clear and freshwater, in its first part, then becomes less uneven in the res
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Corsica is an island in the Mediterranean Sea and politically one of the 18 regions of France. The island's climate, mountains, and coastlines make it popular among tourists.