Sant'Andréa-di-Bozio is located at an altitude of 750 metres and is part of the ancient parish of Bozio, whose it was the main town. This village is made up of several hamlets: Arbiter, Piedilacorte, Poggio and Rebbia. It is a mid-mountain village, with no coastline. The vegetation is quite varied: the hills are covered by the Corsican scrubs, which is at risk of fire in the summer, and by isolated specimens of holm oaks and olive trees; the mountains, on the other hand, are rather green and rich in chestnut trees and holm oaks.
Sant'Andréa-di-Bozio is crossed by the stream called Pasquale, in memory of Pasquale Paoli's victory over the general de Matra, who was killed near this stream.
This village is part of a natural area of ecological, faunal and floristic interest called Châtaigneraie et bois des versants sud et ouest du massif du San Petrone. Sant'Andréa-di-Bozio is part of the regional natural park of Corsica.
In the village you can visit the parish church of St Andrew (18th century), which is located at an altitude of 870 metres. This church, which was built on the foundations of an old medieval chapel, is quite isolated from the village and is located in the middle of a chestnut grove. Inside the church there are two artworks that are classified historical monuments: the painting The crucifixion and the statue of Christ on the cross.
This small village is crossed by the D339 road and is located at 19 km from Corte, at 54 km from Aléria and at 88 km from Bastia.