Visit the archeological site in Filitosa, the center of prehistoric Corsica, discovered in 1954, which offers an overview of the origins of Corsican history, the Neolithic and Megalithic periods, and the Romans from 6000 to 800 J.C. This site is the biggest center of statuary art of the Western Mediterranean.
The seascape and beautiful trail lead to the most impressive Genoese Tower. The Tower of Campomoro was built in the 16th century by the Genoese, and is one of the biggest towers in Corsica (15 meters high). Its originality is in the fortification of a wall built beneath the stars. Restored in 1986, it is part of the Littoral Conservatory. On the first floor, there is a permanent exhibition that retraces the history of all the Genoese Towers in Corsica and the invasion of the barbarians.
Discover the Upper Valinco region (about 40 km roundtrip), panoramic view point over the Valinco Gulf and the Propriano port. Cross the villages of Santa Maria: Figganiella with its Roman Pisan-style church, and Fozzano which was the scene of the vendetta of Colomba in the 19th century, both two impressive buildings that bore witness of that period.