Length: 3,50 km
This walk allows you to go around the peak and to discover the Genoese towers in ruins of Cargese. The Genoese towers were built along the coast of Corsica as a defense against the pirates, who were called the "Barbaresques" and roamed the Mediterranean after the Muslim conquest. It is a beautiful short hike that can be done with the whole family to enjoy the view of the turquoise, dark blue sea, and white sea as well as the red cliffs. A real feast for the eyes!
Access by car
Go to Cargèse and leave the vehicle in the village.
Descend to the seaside. Halfway along the main road, a sign on the right indicates the start of the trail.
Start the loop on the left (clockwise), beautiful views await you: the port of Cargèse, the tower of Omigna, Péro beach, the ruins of a sheepfold and a Genoese tower, etc... You can also go until the Punta di Cargèse. You may even see the donkeys in the meadow...