This Genoese bridge is located between Aléria and Corte: from the road T 50 you must take the road D 143 towards Venaco. At the junction with the road D 43 you must continue driving towards Noceta for about 250 metres: you can park your car on an embankment to your right. Venaco is located at 26.4 kilometres from Corte for a thirty minutes' drive.
A land of shepherds and transhumance, the village of Venaco is famous for the production of Corsican cheese. The Venaco, which is a farmstead cheese made from sheep's milk, is produced in this village. Every year in May this village hosts A fiera di u casgiu – a competition which wants to support, promote and highlight the agricultural heritage of Corsica, which awards prizes to the island's best cheeses and which is a member of the FFRRAAC (French Federation of Agricultural Fairs and Rural Routes in Corsica).
This small mid-mountain village is crossed by the Vecchio, which has its source at an altitude of 1700 metres and which flows under the bridge of Noceta before flowing into the Tavignano.
Here you can enjoy a refreshing day in peace and quiet: this bridge is little frequented, but it hides some nice shady spots and one beach of small pebbles which is perfect for taking a nap. Sport lovers will have fun jumping into the river from the bridge and children will enjoy swimming!