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Porto and its region

At the crossroads of all activities, whether you like to stroll along the paths, on or under the sea; on foot, by boat or with palms, Porto offers all kinds of entertainment. The Gulf of Porto is classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Porto and its Genoese towers

Discover : Porto is a village located at the bottom of the valley of the Porto River and is home to the village of Ota’s navy.
Climb the towers from Porto to Capo Rosso, sentinels of the Mediterranean, built in the 16th century and remains of the Genoese occupation.


Hiking or quad biking on the GR20, Tra Mare and Monti trails, in the Lonca or Spelunca forest. Marvel at the Japanese inspired Genoese stone bridges of the 17th century, or the cows, goats, pigs and sheep that feed freely on the riches of nature. To contemplate yourself in the blue lakes of Nino and Créno, mirrors of Corsica. Dive into the natural pools of Evisa. Lie by a fire, in a sheepfold, a refuge for a mild summer night.


Strolling at sea, with several people or alone, to discover some isolated coves.

Dive into the crystal clear waters of Capo Rosso, Scandola (a UNESCO World Heritage Nature Reserve) and up to Elbo, under the watchful eye of ospreys, owners of the site, nestled on rocky peaks.


Walk or ride on the steep paths with the scent of immortals and lavender, on foot or on donkey back to the hamlet of Girolata, only accessible by sea or by foot.

Greet the fortress with its square towers built in the 16th century on the natural promontory and overlooking the Gulf of Porto.

The Calanques

Walk through the alleys of Piana la blanche. Watch out, sitting on the still warm walls of pink stone, on summer evenings, the most beautiful sunsets, through the Tafonu of the creeks of Piana.

And finally, embrace until you lose your breath, the disproportionate and unforgettable space of the Gulf of Porto, a World Heritage Site.