The port city of Bastia is located in the Corsica region of France on the northeastern coast of the island of Corsica. It is one of the most important ports on the entire island, and the area is world renowned for producing exceptional wines, making it an important commercial centre for the region.


The sunny, typically Mediterranean climate of Bastia is purported to bring around 340 days of sunshine every year, making it a popular tourist destination. The town is positioned at the base of Cap Corse – a peninsula that stretches 40 kilometers into the sea – and offers seafaring travelers access to a bustling modern seaport, as well as the wonderfully sheltered old harbor area. This one-time quiet fishing village also boasts a magnificent, 14th century bastiglia, or ‘citadel,’ with a 16th century bell tower that affords amazing views of the entire old port and coastline areas.

Geographical :
Tuscany - Corsica - Liguria
Corsica/ Bastia
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