Things to see and do - Cargèse
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Cargèse Travel guide
Cargèse : Michelin's recommendations
Situated on the promontory which encloses the Golfe de Sagone, Cargèse, nicknamed the “Greek town”, enjoys a tranquil, peaceful atmosphere. Tourism, agriculture and fishing are the main industries here. The clear waters of the bay, with its ribbon of sand along Ménasina beach and the amphitheatre of red cliffs on which the village is perched, make this a stunning location, best enjoyed from the viewpoint at Pointe Molendino.
Tourist attractions Cargèse : Things to see and do
Rue du Père-Chapet
A sanctuary for Eastern rituals, built opposite the Latin Church between 1852 and 1870 on the site of the early Church. The sanctuary is separated from the nave by an iconostasis (1886) decorated with icons on a golden background. Some (such as the E..
The bay (Golfe de Chiuni), with a large beach of fine sand bordered by mastic tree bushes, is guarded by a Genoese tower and now home to a holiday village.
This extends all round the Gulf of Pero, marked at each end by the Points of Cargese and Omigna, which are crowned with Genoese towers.
Route de Paomia F - 20130 Cargèse
Hotel Punta e Mare is situated in Cargèse, 26 km from Ajaccio and 49 km from Calvi. Free private parking is available on site. Hotel Punta e Mare features free WiFi throughout the property. A flat-screen TV is offered. Corte is 49 km from Hotel Pun..
Place Saint Jean F - 20130 Cargèse
Located in the centre of Cargèse, 52 km from Ajaccio Airport, Hotel le Saint Jean features a terrace with a panoramic view, a bar and a lounge with a TV, and a restaurant. The rooms at Hotel le Saint Jean feature a flat-screen TV and en suite facili..
D 81 Route d'Ajaccio F - 20130 Cargèse
Featuring free WiFi, a restaurant and a sun terrace, Bel Mare offers pet-friendly accommodation in Cargèse. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. A flat-screen TV is provided. There is a tour desk at the property. You can engage in various activities,..