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The Cap Corse region

The Cap Corse stretches over 80 km of coastline and its lace of islands makes for magnificent and diverse landscapes :
To the West, a Riviera carved out by the sea.
To the East, a rocky coast, lower and straight. Marinas and small ports nestle in the curves of the coast. The islet of Giraglia has become the yachting '' hub '' of the Western Mediterranean.
The soil of Cap Corse is very fertile and offers a wide variety of Mediterranean species, including among others: myrtle, rockrose, heather, strawberry trees, and juniper of Phoenicia.
Wine production continues to develop and grow and the island produces quality wines with an AOC certification (Protected Designation of Origin). The Finocchiaroli Islands have been classified as nature reserves since 1987 and are home to old species that are true relics of the past: the Audouin's Gull, the Great Cormorant or the Osprey, as well as native lizards.
An opulent country open to Mediterranean trade, the Cap Corse region has always attracted interest of foreigners. Consequently the region built fortresses starting in the 12th century: 32 Saracen towers, fortified castles precursors of the works of Vauban