Stroll along the Cours Napoléon and the Rue Fesch (pedestrianised) in the old town to enjoy the relaxed daytime atmosphere which livens up considerably at nightfall. Ajaccio has all the facilities and leisure facilities you need for a memorable holiday : markets, beaches, shops, businesses, restaurants, bars, ice cream sellers, clubs, discotheques, theatre, cinemas, art galleries, swimming pool, boat trips, bowling alley, etc..
At the tip of Ajaccio lie the unrivalled Iles Sanguinaires which became a Grand Site de France in 2017 ! This status is awarded to exceptional, well-known, fragile natural attractions which are protected and managed in accordance with the values of sustainable development.
In the town centre, you can visit 16th century Ajaccio Cathedral which faces the sea, the Chapelle Impériale, Musée Fesch, Maison Bonaparte in the old town plus the Citadelle d’Ajaccio.
Next, take the Route des Sanguinaires which is lined with superb beaches. Enjoy a meal at the water’s edge at one of the many beach cafés known as pailottes or make the most of the peace and quiet of unspoilt, hidden coves.
At the end of the Route des Sanguinaires, visit La Parata, have a look at its tower and walk along the promenade where an amazing variety of plants grow like rockrose, iris, mugwort and groundsel.
There are many footpaths and trails to explore during your stay, including the Chemin des Crêtes, te Sentier des Douaniers, Capo di Feno, Monte Gozzi.
As you drive along the Route des Sanguinaires, you can see « A Marinella » the home of the famous singer Tino Rossi
How to get to Ajaccio
Daily flights from Ajaccio to and from many national and international destinations.
If you prefer to bring your car, several ferry companies run daily links to Ajaccio."