Lost in the wilds of northern Cap Corse, Barcaggio is a delightful fishing village, with fifteen permanent residents (not counting the cows, goats and cats, of course), yet turns into a bustling port full of tourists in summer.
The island is sometimes called "L'Ile de beaute" - a title which it richly deserves. Its wonderful beaches and the drama of the mountains behind, its forests, and the aroma of the maquis - this virtually unspoilt island is quite unlike the other crowded Mediterranean resorts.
Sud hotel Bastia is Your first step in Corsica... offering 24 rooms with a restaurant on the premises offering tradiotnal and regional dishes. Only to kilometres from the port and downtown this hotel is ideally located.