Winter in Costa Verde

In Corsica, winter is often the perfect time to take a walk outside. Cold weather gives the sky a deep and wonderfull blue taint.

Here are some pictures we took during a sunny January afternoon, around the villages of Costa Verde. This region from the North-East of the island is representative of what you would expect from the Corsican East coast. Small villages attached to the mountain, old baroque’s churches, and small roads leading to peaceful places.

With this gallery, you will discover Santa Lucia di Moriani’s Church, as well as San Giovanni’s and San Nicolao’s ones. The bridge, tunnel, and waterfall you see are located along the road between Santa Maria Poggio and San Nicolao.

Guillaume Bereni

Guillaume is the owner and editor of Sustainable Corsica. Outside of his author role in various websites -about various subjects- for more than 10 years, Guillaume runs a small consulting agency that aims at helping tourism companies in Corsica in their project for more conscious and sustainable activity (you can visit the website -in french- at Happy husband, happy father of three energic children, traveling lover, curious by nature and a bit nerdy too (nobody is perfect).

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  1. 17 January 2020

    […] few days ago, we looked at some winter pictures of the region called “Morianincu”, part of the so-called Costa Verde. It is a place of northern Corsica that changed a lot in the […]