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Beautiful Bastia, the town and French commune of Bastia is situated in the north of Corsica. The capital of the Haute-Corse departement, it was until 1790 the capital of the island too. Amongst other things, Bastia is particularly famed for its excellent wines and port. It is a delightful holiday destination that is ideal for touring the island as well as Mediterranean island hopping.

Boasting three hundred and forty full days of sunshine per year, undeveloped Bastia is the Medís best kept secret. Enjoy its tranquillity while it lasts.

The main port on the Cap Corse district of the island, Bastia is also Corsicaís main commercial town. Although the town experiences some pretty treacherous weather throughout the year, there is the mad wind and several days of freezing temperatures, generally the town offers some really superb weather. Temperatures here average out across the year to just over fifteen degrees centigrade.

The history of Bastia begins in 1380, when as a citadel offering refuge from stormy seas, the town became the capital of Corsica. It remained the islandís capital till 1791. Things altered somewhat when Napoleon announced during 1811 that his birthplace, Ajax, ought to be the new recognised capital.

During June every year, an hourís drive away from Bastia is the Calvi Jazz Festival bursts into action. Taking place at a variety of venues about the island, the festival attracts audiences to the most unexpected of places including cafes, the port and alleyways about town. For those whose tastes are broader than jazz, never fear, for there is much more to offer besides, including salsa, blues and reggae.

If you are a fan of the guitar, then you will be interested in a magical event held every year called Ďthe Nights of the Guitarí. Set within the location of the wine producing mountainside community of Patrimonio, this special event has been an attraction in Corsica for fifteen years during July. The Festival of Patrimonio attracts artists from all over the world with ranges of music from classical to flamenco to jazz. Past contributors and guitar heroes to the event have been Jeff Beck, Marcus Miller, Bill Wyman and Toto.

A few kilometres by sea to the east of Corsica, many people have a fancy for visiting Sardinia while in the vicinity. Sardinia is separated from Corsica by the Strait of Bonifacio.

Nearly the largest Mediterranean island in existence, if it hadnít been for Sicily, Sardinia sits in the middle of Tunisia, Spain and Italy. Today, Sardinia belongs to Italy following occupation throughout its history by everybody from the Phoenicians to the Romans.

Expect to find some incredible beaches amid rocky coastlines while inland, much of the natural environment resembles that what you would find on the moon - a bumpy terrain and void of human habitation.

Today a popular holiday destination, parts of Sardinia enjoy a select tourism market. In particular, the Costa Smeralda or Emerald Coast is a location thatenjoys the lavish attention of a celebrity crowd. The beautiful west coast resort of Alghero revels in a similar niche market and grows in popularity with every passing year.

With a claim to fame that it has one of the Mediterraneanís longest beaches, Cagliari, Sardiniaís capital, has something to offer a variety of people with all kinds of holidaying needs. Lovers of all that is natural will revel in the reserves and bird sanctuaries here that are second to none. In addition to its unspoilt lagoons, Cagliari is packed with historical monuments, architecture and impressive museums. They say there is something for everyone in Sardiniaís favourite ancient city.


Bastia Airport


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Bastia-Poretta Airport is situated 17 kilometres from Bastia.

A shuttle bus runs to and from the airport to Bastia Railway Station.The journey takes about 35 minutes and costs about 8 euros.

Taxis are available from outside the terminal and charge about 40 euros into the centre of Bastia.




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