GPS : 42.470704,9.460230
Penta-di-Casinca, about 30km south of Bastia, about halfway between the capital of Haute-Corse and Aléria. The historic heart of the village offers an incomparable panoramic view of the Tyrrhenian Sea. To the south-west, the town lies on the edge of the Corsica Regional Nature Park, to which it has not adhered.
The small town that belongs to the canton of Vescovato is quite often called Penta-Folelli on many maps or tourist guides.
⦁ Fium'Altu: coastal river crossing 19 communes. To discover on the path "Penta-Palancitellu". Appreciated by the walkers who can admire from this place the perched villages of Casinca.
⦁ St Michel church: built in 1760 on the foundations of a previous church, it is located south of Penta, registered with historical monuments, and Baroque style.
⦁ Christ the King Church
⦁ The Romanesque Chapel Round, which characterizes Romanesque art in Corsica with its unique and rectangular nave. Buildings covered with lauzes.