Ajaccio is the capital of the French island of Corsica in the Mediterranean Sea. Known as the "birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte", it is a fascinating port city with plenty to see and do. The old town, also known as 'La Citadelle', is surrounded by ancient ramparts and features cobblestone streets lined with cafes, restaurants, and galleries. There are beautiful beaches nearby where you can relax in the sun or take part in a variety of watersports. In addition to its charming atmosphere, Ajaccio offers a rich history and culture thanks to its many museums and monuments, including Napoleon's former home on Rue de Casone. Finally, visitors can explore picturesque vineyards and stunning coastal scenery on day trips outside the city.
Best time to visit
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Petit train d'Ajaccio, Hôtel Campo Dell'Oro, Centre Commercial des Salines, L'Altru Versu, Le Grill, Courtepaille, Open Tour Ajaccio, La Grotte Napoléon, Hotel Spunta Di Mare, Oratoire Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Église Sainte-Lucie, Brasserie du Diamand
Le Grill, Hôtel Campo Dell'Oro, Église Saint-Roch, évêché d'Ajaccio, Oratoire Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Boulevard Stephanopoli de Comène, Église Sainte-Lucie, Chapelle des Grecs, Cathédrale Santa-Maria-Assunta, Église Saint-Paul et Saint-Joseph, Chapelle Saint-Érasme, Église du Sacré-Cœur, NapoRama, Chapelle impériale - Cappella imperiale, Sunset point des CRS, Fesch Museum, Maison Bonaparte - Casa Buonaparte, Casino Municipal