De Revinda à la mine de Prunelli
20141 Revinda
GPS : 42.186948, 8.657676

Difficulty: easy
Type: round trip
Duration: 1 h and 15 min
Length: 4.5 km
Difference in height: 200 m
Starting point: Revinda

Road access
The village of Marignana can be reached via the D 24 road, which starts from the D 84 one. Pay attention: the hamlet of Revinda is not accessible from the main village: to reach Revinda by car you must take the D 81 road from Cargèse.

Description
You can park at the entrance to Revinda but please pay attention not to block the traffic, especially during the summer season. Before starting the walk, you should take a look at the chapel of Revinda: you will find a marble plaque commemorating the Pearl Harbour operation – the first operation which was organised in Corsica during the Second World War to coordinate the resistance against the Nazi occupiers.
You can start walking northwards until you reach the village cemetery. Continue walking through a forest of holm oaks - after a few minutes turn left and start descending.
The path overlooks the Riona and Suleone streams and leads to the Prunelli mine. After about an hour's walk the path passes by a small building, an old chestnut storehouse. When you cross the Milari stream you will be very close to the mine, which you can reach in a few minutes.
Go back along the same itinerary.

The full description of this hike is in the guide, opposite, available in all the bookshops and relay points of Corsica. To buy this book online, scan the flashcode with your smartphone or go to the link below:
http://www.rother.de/titpage/4907.php.
Available in French, English, German and Italian.

The full description of this hike is in the guide, opposite, available in all the bookshops and relay points of Corsica. To Buy this book online, click on the link below.
Available in French, English, German and Italian.

www.rother.de

De Revinda à la mine de Prunelli

20141 Revinda