Serra di Ferro and its surroundings
Serra di Ferro: a little village just an hour away from Porticcio, Serra di Ferro is a seaside resort that offers sweeping views across the Gulf of Valinco. Explore the traces of its prehistoric past with the Basi and Filitosa sites, and venture in to the 19th-century Sant’Antonu church. Stop off at the Tour de Capanella Genoese tower and gaze out to sea across the Bay of Cupabia.
Propriano: the seaside resort of Propriano is a heady mix of beaches, coves and maquis.
Sartène: far from the bustling coast and sandy beaches, Sartène is an invitation to discover authentic Corsica at its finest. This picturesque medieval town features a maze of winding streets lined with old buildings that have kept on to all their unassuming traditional charm.
Ajaccio: Napoleon’s home-town is known for its port, citadel, pretty little streets and colourful houses. The Gulf of Ajaccio is home to one of Corsica’s most stunning beaches: Porticcio
Getting moving in Serra di Ferro
Water-skiing, wake-boarding, jet-skiing, wind-surfing, catamarans, diving, hiking, cycle tourism, mountain biking, canyoning, quad-biking, air sports, rock climbing, and more.
Food & drink
Cap Corse Muscat, eaux-de-vie: Orezza, Saint-Georges and Zilia, beers: Pietra, Serena and Colomba, dried and cured meats: Prisuttu, Coppa, Lonzu, Figatellu, Salamu, cheeses: Brocciu, Niolo, Calinzana, Bastiliacacciu, desserts: Tortas, Canistrellis, Pastizzu, fiadone.