The small village of Ampriani offers a landscape of scenery and tranquility.
The architectural harmony of its houses underlines their specificity, while an impregnable view, from the bottom of the village, extending to the sea, is offered to you ...
On the outskirts of the village is the Saint-François convent:
consisting of a cloister, probably built on an old primitive chapel. Completed in 1730, this building has undergone several changes.
Saint Theophilus, Patron of Corsica, would have stayed there during his retirement devoted to the poor in 1730.
The convent is now a private property.
Access: D116 towards Zuani
Listed on the Historical Monuments 22/02/08
Baroque bell tower several hundred years old.