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Erbalunga Wheelchair Accessible Tours
Erbalunga wheelchair accessible tours, is just 8 kilometers north of Bastia. Driving the road that runs fast towards the Cap Corse, you will find the picturesque village.
A wonderful, quiet and full of charm little village, today mainly devoted to fishing and tourism.
It stretches out towards the sea, overlooked by the ancient stone houses. A maze of alleys and squares with houses that rise practically on the water, dominated by the XVI century Genoese Tower built for defensive purposes.
The tower is an important presence in the history of the Corsican “finger”, always exposed to the danger of enemies from the sea.
There are about thirty towers along the coast. There is also the one where the philosopher Seneca was exiled, near the Pass of Santa Lucia.
Erbalunga Private Accessible Tours
We are providing a safe and a full Corsica accessible tours around previewed accessible itineraries. Disabled friendly accessible services includes professional guided tours and cruise shore excursions.
Visit this rich and fascinating land with an exclusive private Erbalunga wheelchair accessible tours with adapted van transportation specifically designed for wheelchair users tourists combined an holiday to across France.
Go down to the marina to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the colorful boats moored protected by the Genoese Tower which adds a historical touch to the image that will open up before your eyes.
Erbalunga has become the home of several amateur artists who have found here a quiet place to create and where to find inspiration.
It was chosen by painters and artists as a “buen retiro” for its position, for the beautiful, green and crystalline sea that really seems to creep between the orderly and renovate streets.
This village is also famous for being the place of origin of the Paul Valery family.
Poet and philosopher, born at the end of the XIX century, who had a rather particular artistic role during the Second World War.
The Genoese Tower attracts attention.
One of the most beautiful towers that can be found along the coast, which testifies how this land was tormented by attacks from predatory pirates.
The village was also a very famous and productive commercial port. For this reason, in this area, in the XVI century, it happened that up to a hundred pirate raids occurred in a single year.
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