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Port de plaisance dans le Cap Corse

Partez à la découverte de Rogliano et sa marine, Macinaggio

« Si jamais vous allez en Corse, si vous projetez d’y passer une saison, retenez ce nom de Rogliano…. Je n’ai pas vu en Corse de nid mieux fait pour le repos, de lieu de vacances plus souhaitable que ce Rogliano : 3 hameaux grimpés sur 3 éperons de montagne, au fond d’une vallée, au dessus d’une conque verte, immense, tout en forêt et qui s’ouvre au loin sur la mer...» Hervé Bazin.

Pays des moulins à blé, et de la mer, c’est le plus grand port du Cap Corse. Très actif depuis l’antiquité, les Romains faisaient déjà commerce du vin et de l’huile transporté dans des amphores. En 1571 , ce port vit le départ des 4 felouques parties pour Lepante à la défense du tombeau du Christ, expédition heureuse...

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le port de plaisance
The coastal footpath
How to reach the Stella Marina residence
Stella Marina is located 5 minutes walk from the marina Macinaggio, and 3 minutes of starting the "Sentier des Douaniers" (coastal path) scenic trail between sky, earth and water line along the tip of Cap Corse.

Known to all, it is essential not to miss walking to do. For the more adventurous, the trip-Centuri Macinaggio in Cap Corse will take 8 hours of walking. Scenic trail between sky, land and sea, along the coast, through many sandy beaches, is within the land, crosses the nature reserve islands of Finocchiarola with Audoin gulls and shags, living peacefully in this protected area ...

This walk can be admired at leisure Agnellu tower, the chapel of St. Mary, dating from the twelfth century, with its double apse, and the Tower of St. Mary, carved ruins, unfortunate victim of clashes between soldiers of Admiral Hood and those of Pascal Paoli October 30, 1793 ...

• Macinaggio – Barcaggio 3h
• Barcaggio – Tollare 45 min
• Tollare - Centuri Durée: 4h

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The Castle Da Mare

Rogliano, capital of the manor San Colombano.
Rogliano therefore, is a beautiful village of Cap Corse, composed of several hamlets which rise above the marine Macinaggio. This former Pagus Aurelianus has long been the capital of the Lordship of San Colombano the hands of lords Genoese, the DA MARE. Their castle, built in 1198, leaves us with its majestic ruins on a hilltop in the foothills: dungeon, tanks, so imposing city walls since 1554, when it was demolished by the Genoese.

And it's coming back from the inauguration of the Suez Canal, the Empress Eugenie, made a stopover in Macinaggio improvised, and went on foot to Rogliano, the wish of one of his sailors who had been humble request to go say hello to his mother, resident of the hamlet Magna. The road was then in poor condition, and it is the Church that the Empress stopped, without having the courage to continue another kilometer to reach Magna. She donated the Holy Table, elegant marble balustrade Carara. And she offered an embroidered handkerchief to each of the girls came to welcome him on this cold night on the church square.
Ever since the road from Macinaggio in Rogliano is called "path of the Empress."

The Convent

Giacomo Da Mare, powerful Lord worried the salvation of his soul, will leave in 1520 for all its land to build a monastery and melted all his coins, jewelry and gold to make chalices and cruets ...

The brotherhood, or Sainte Croix Church

On the death of his cousin Giacomo Santo Da Mare, Jacques Negroni wanted the tomb of Da Mare, now the Church of St Agnel was forever closed. He then built a new church across the street to serve as his tomb and his descendants, and it was the first to be buried there in January 1592.

The St Agnel Church

Agnel was a priest monk of the sixth century, crusading against the infidel, and was the first to fight barbarism in Corsica. In 1510 the Roglianais build their church and put themselves under the protection of St. Agnel, in the hope of being safe from barbarian invasions ... This church was enlarged in the eighteenth century and enriched by sculptures and paintings ...


The Towers of monitoring

The village was more often than not the prey of Barbary, flourished in the sixteenth and seventeenth century a dozen round towers for surveillance. The square towers built within the residential land used to notables and enabled people to take shelter in case of attack ...

The Windmills

In this landscape is happily invite the remains of windmills on the hills, buildings round, beheaded, which may remind us of the watchtowers .... Just imagine the happy effect that could occur when these mills were turning in the wind!

The Palace of Americans

In this setting of Renaissance and medieval ruins, stand out, great, the mighty square houses of Americans .... At the end of the nineteenth century, many heading corsins migrate to Central America to survive. Some good deals are made ​​and sent dollars to the construction of large houses with beautiful and often as majestic tomb. People turned to the Genoese for the construction of these buildings where the style "house and Italian garden"
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Mattei Mill Sainte Croix Church Rogliano Corse A mill and wind turbines in Rogliano Corsica Sainte Marie Tower Macinaggio Sant Agnellu Tower Rogliano village in Cap Corsica The three peaks Rogliano The lion's mouth in Rogliano

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Des trente sentinelles de schiste construites le long des 92 km de côtes cap-corsines, il n'en reste plus que quinze debout, plus ou moins bien conservées. De Lavasina à Negru en passant par les îles Finocchiarola et celle de la Giraglia, elles marquent le paysage cap-corsin. Rondes pour supprimer tout angle mort et favoriser la posture défensive, ces constructions, hautes de 9 à 17 mètres, étaient gardées par un petit nombre d’hommes en armes payés par chaque communauté villageoise. Elles s’élèvent sur plusieurs niveaux : un sous-sol pour les réserves d'eau, de vivres et de munitions; deux étages pour loger la garnison, une terrasse bordée d’un parapet percé de meurtrières voire de canonnières à l’abri de mâchicoulis.
Ces ouvrages défensifs formaient, autrefois, un véritable réseau de communication stratégique : en cas d'approche d'un navire suspect, on allumait un feu. Ce signal était répercuté de tour en tour. Populations et bêtes se repliaient alors vers l'intérieur des vallées pour se soustraire aux attaques des barbaresques.
Depuis 2002, ces tours sont la propriété de la Collectivité Territoriale de Corse. Cinq sont classées monuments historiques : Erbalunga, Santa Maria della Chiapella, Albu, Nonza et Negru.

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