Occhiatana Casale Inghjo
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Occhiatana Casale Inghjo

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Occhiatana est un village de Balagne, région typique de Corse. Ce petit village est fièrement accroché aux pentes du Pinzu Sordu et domine majestueusement la plaine du Reginu. Il est situé au Sud-est de la Balagne, son territoire est enserré entre ceux de Ville-di-Paraso à l'ouest et de Belgodère à l'Est.

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A: Gite de Quarci

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B: Gite en Balagne

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Gite de Quarci, Villa di Paraso en Balagne

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C: U Pallazu

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D: Désert des Agriates

by Andrea Biffi, 18.5 km away

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E: Calvi beach

by Andrea Biffi, 20.0 km away

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F: Calvi , Corsica

by Jacques Rochet, 20.5 km away

Calvi in the north west of Corsica

Calvi , Corsica

G: On top of the mountain Monte Cinto

by Tilman Engel, 22.2 km away

This is the view of the top of Monte Cinto (2706m), the biggest mountain on Corse.

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H: Notre Dame de la Serra

by Visual Photographies, 22.4 km away

Notre Dame de la Serra, in the mount near Calvi

Notre Dame de la Serra

I: Saleccia beach

by Andrea Biffi, 22.8 km away

Saleccia beach

J: Sunset on ND de la Serra, Calvi

by Visual Photographies, 23.3 km away

Sunset on Calvi, near the ND de la Serra.

Sunset on ND de la Serra, Calvi

This panorama was taken in Corsica

This is an overview of Corsica

An animated island, past and present, Corsica "often conquered, never subdued" has been successively Pisan and Genovese and has been French since 1768. It enjoys a special constitutional status. Mountain in the sea, Corsica is also called Island of beauty, not without reason. The diversity of its scenery, and its preservation from the aggressions of development and tourism, makes it one of the pearls of the Mediterranean sea.

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