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Sports activities

HIKES
and walks

Discover The most beautiful walks in southern Corsica close to Porto-Vecchio : Mare a Mare Sud, A Punta di A Vacca Morte, Piscia di Ghjaddu... 

Whether you are family, friends, a sports enthusiast, whether you're an outdoor enthusiast or a heritage lover, our itineraries will meet all your expectations. 

Marked and safe paths will take you through green forests, the intoxicating maquis, the winding streams and breathtaking panoramas of the Mediterranean Sea.

Our sporting tours invite you to push back your limits and enjoy nature in all its splendour. Climb to the top of Corsica's mountains and challenge the steep paths. 

Explore ancient remains and discover picturesque villages and dive into the Corsica's rich past. Let yourself be transported back in time while admiring the hidden treasures of the region on the heritage trails.

Don't miss this opportunity to discover the natural and cultural wonders of southern Corsica.

Safety tips and good conduct for hikers

Contact the relevant organisations for advice on local conditions.

Know how to measure your physical and technical abilities. Don't hesitate to ask a professional for advice or guidance.

Choose good walking shoes and don't forget sunglasses, a water bottle and energy food. Make sure you have a first-aid kit.

The weather changes quickly in the mountains (don't forget to bring suitable clothing).
Stay informed by consulting the weather and know how to turn back if the weather changes.

During the forest fire season, the Corsican Prefecture informs you of the intensity of the fire risk. This is calculated every evening for the following day. Find out about this risk before you set off. consult the map directly online.

Let someone know your itinerary and approximate time of return.

Knowing the signs and how to read them is the key to finding your way around and not getting lost.

Red flare, 6 flashes of a lamp or mirror or 6 audible calls per minute.

The emergency number (European standard) is 112.

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