Erbalunga was once the most important harbour on the Cap Corse, a fact supported by the magnificent houses that still stud the peninsula to this day.
An intimate network of squares and narrow streets lead down to the harbour, providing a sanctuary to those seeking a taste of authentic village life. The ruins of the Genoese tower here are a popular subject choice for artists and photographers and the village is also a lively venue for music and arts festivals.
There is a good range of facilities including shops, a cash dispenser machine, post office, bars and restaurants and a dive school at Sisco Marina, slightly further north.
Miomo is situated on the east coast and is the gateway to the spectacular scenery and fishing ports of the Cap Corse. It is a vibrant little village with plenty going on in summer and the large town of Bastia is a short drive away. There is a pebble beach here, overlooked by a Genoese watchtower - the perfect spot to relax after exploring the region.