PRESERVED VILLAGE IN BALAGNE
A stay full of memoriesActivities to enjoy at Galéria in Balagne
Galéria is a small town in the Balagne region of Corsica, renowned for its grandiose landscapes and outdoor activities. You are probably wondering what to do in Galéria during your stay at the Palazzu hotel? Between sea and mountains, this typical and preserved village offers you a myriad of possibilities to occupy your days of vacation.
Discover the best activities to do in Galéria and leave with memories engraved forever.
Mountain activities to do in Galéria
THE MOUNTAINS IN THE BACKGROUND
Galeria, a village built on the mountainside from which you will discover a fiercely preserved terrestrial nature. Among the activities to do in Galéria, hiking enthusiasts will be delighted by the many trails to explore, on foot or by bike:
- The coast of Punta Muvraveccia to admire a spectacular view of the sea
- The "postman's path" to reach the village of Girolata
- The Calca dam via the Tra Mare and Monti trail to get to Lake Calca
- The customs path from Girolata
Fancy a cool break in the Corsican mountains? Live one of the most incredible activities by giving yourself a moment of bathing in the natural pools of the Fango River. Located in the valley of the same name, they mark out the course of this protected watercourse which has its source at the foot of Capu Tafunatu before flowing into the Mediterranean.
AN ANCESTRAL CORSICAN HERITAGE
Traditional activities to do in Galéria
This Corsican village is relatively recent, built in the 19th century. However, its vestiges of the past bear witness to a rich history and will delight history buffs looking for activities to do in Galéria:
- Stroll through the historic center of the village and see the town hall and the parish church of Sainte-Marie
- Explore the Genoese tower A Torra di a Force di u Fangu dating from the 16th century and restored in 1977 and which hosts many traditional and cultural events
- Admire the Fango delta and Ricciniccia beach behind the old Genoese tower
- Meet local inhabitants, fishermen and producers who will be delighted to introduce you to their land and their agro-pastoral heritage