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Some interesting exhibitions about local Corsican history and traditions surrounded by nice plantations with some impressive cacti. An interesting art exhibition when we visited too, as well as a mosaic workshop for the children. Well worth a visit.
We spent a full day at Parc Galea last Sunday. It’s worth investing time both for parents with kids. It’s not only about plants and cactus but also an ethnological journey through Corsica.
The Parc Galea organises Sunday afternoon workshops for the kids so that...More
This is a must see. However, although I master several world languages, my French Is poor. Since everything is written in French a translation program (or book) is required in case you do not master the native language.
I am not a particular...More
We went on a hot July day, two kids (ages 9&5) and it really was a lovely visit. We have family connections to Corsica so there is was a lot to learn! It was hot and would have been nice if there was water available...More
A must visit if travelling down the east coast of Corsica. A great way to quickly assimilate much of the rich Corsican history in an interactive fashion which is well organised for adults and also for a range of childrens' ages. Really well put together...More
Please make this a must see when you are in Corsica. It will be worth the journey if it is not close to you.
When I visited they did not have any maps of the attraction but the lady took her time to explain everything...More
This botanic park and museum is not listed in most "what to see" websites and catalogs. We discovered it accidentally, by following road signs. Most impressive part is garden. There are hundreds of cactus and succulents as well as some other plants.
Entrance fee is...More
Even though the information is only in French this park is worth a visit if you can't read French. There is plenty to see and sometimes there are activities for the kids. When we were there they had three stations with clay, creation of your...More