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Vallée du Fango - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

11 L'Espronaccio, 20245 Galéria, France

Lake/ River/ Ponds
1 Day Treks
Mountain Peaks

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About Vallée du Fango

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.

Attractions Near Vallée du Fango

Scandola Nature Reserve
Scandola Nature Reserve11.79km from Vallée du Fango

Scandola Nature Reserve is a marine and terrestrial Nature Reserve, with strictly regulated access. It’s part of the regional natural park of Corsica and also a UNESCO world heritage site too. The jagged and sheer cliffs contain many grottos and are flanked by numerous stacks and almost inaccessible islets and coves. One of the beautiful location which was blessed with natural beauty.

Paglia Orba
Paglia Orba16.25km from Vallée du Fango

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.

Gorges de la Spelunca
Gorges de la Spelunca17.43km from Vallée du Fango

The gorges of Spelunca are located in Corse-du-Sud between the villages of Ota and Évisa. They constitute both the limit and the only access between the old pits of Sevidentro and Sevinfuori. The gorges offer breathtaking landscapes, dominated by a huge rock on top of which existed in the locality U Castellu. There is also a beautiful hiking trail form where you can explore the vast flora and fauna of this area.

Calvi Beach
Calvi Beach17.91km from Vallée du Fango

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.

Calanques de Piana
Calanques de Piana17.92km from Vallée du Fango

The Calanques are peculiar, bizarre geological formations: they are forty-meter-high red granite rocks that overlook the sea of the island. Calanques de Piana is Corsican Calanques located in Piana, between Ajaccio and Calvi, in the Gulf of Porto. It is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site named "Gulf of Porto: Calanche of Piana, Gulf of Girolata, Scandola Reserve".

Col de Vergio
Col de Vergio19.47km from Vallée du Fango

The Vergio pass (in Corsican Bocca Verghju ) is a collar of Corsica between Corte and Vico . It thus connects Albertacce in Niolo ( En-Deçà-des-Monts ) to Évisa in Deux-Sevi ( Au-Delà-des-Monts ). It is the highest road pass on the island. It is, with the passes of Vizzavona , Verde and Bavella , one of the four “great passes” of Corsica, making it possible to connect the two sides of the island from the interior.

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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.