Santa-Maria-di-Lota Travel Guide - Holidays & Tourism in the Upper Corsica > Tourism > Cities & Towns > Corsica > Santa-Maria-di-Lota Upper Corsica
Find a hotel a vacation rental a bed and breakfast a campsite a restaurant a leisure activity a flight a rental car Near your destination Santa-Maria-di-Lota town centre Beach of Miomo (Santa-Maria-di-Lota) Headland of the Vasina (Santa-Maria-di-Lota) Mount Capra (Olmeta-di-Capocorso) Beach of Lavasina (Brando) Beach of Grigione (San-Martino-di-Lota) Mount Pruno (Farinole) Headland of Grisgione (San-Martino-di-Lota) Mount San-Columbano (Patrimonio) Beach of Pietranera (San-Martino-di-Lota) Beach of Toga (Ville-di-Pietrabugno) Village of Erbalunga Train station of Bastia (Bastia) Pass of Monte Corvo (Sisco) Seaport of Bastia (Bastia) Cultural Centre of Bastia (Bastia) Town Centre of Bastia Museum of Bastia (Bastia) Church Saint-Jean-Baptiste (Bastia) Mount Stavo (Olmeta-di-Capocorso) Marina of Marina Vieux Port (Bastia) Beach of the Marine (Farinole) Church Sainte-Croix (Bastia) Beach of La Marine de Negru (Olmeta-di-Capocorso) Village of Nonza Train station of Bastia - Rivoli (Bastia) Train station of Bastia - Bassanese (Bastia) Pass of San-Giovanni (Olcani) Beach of La Marine de Nonza (Nonza) Train station of Bastia - L'Arinella (Bastia) Search
The municipality of Santa-Maria-di-Lota covers the north shore of Miomu, stream flowing cervical Saint-Jean. It includes several former villages:
Mandriale, the highest of the town, which houses a Genoese bridge saddle dated 17th century and the Church of the Assumption of the 16th century.
Figarella, which has the highest concentration of "American houses" of the 19th century, one of the few castles Corsican.
Partin, which houses the chapel of the Annunciation and his triptych of the Annunciation of the 16th century. It is now a highly residential neighborhood in the hills above Miomo and navy.
Miomo, pretty resort raced in the vicinity of Bastia, is the most populated. She has extensive 16th-century Genoese tower.
The scenic coastal road which crosses the D80 Marine Miomo.
The RD31 rising in the valley of Miomu towards the hamlets of Piedmont and San-Martino-di-Lota.
San Ghjacintu: site of the small Franciscan convent Saint-Hyacinthe, which includes the Romanesque chapel of St. John the Baptist and now houses a community of Polish nuns.
The range of Miomo, one of the most popular in the vicinity of Bastia.
The festival takes place August 15 (St. Mary). In addition, many ceremonies are in Holy Week. Holy Thursday is dedicated to making fùgacce (cakes) and the next day, Good Friday, a procession goes around the Pieve di Lota with religious objects made in palms. A firework is fired Miomo.
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Hôtel de la Corniche
Situated at the entrance of Cap corse, Hôtel de la Corniche is in the village of San-Martino-di-Lota. The property features an outdoor swimming pool and an on-site restaurant features... Located 1.9 km from Santa-Maria-di-Lota Room from 75 € All hotels around Santa-Maria-di-Lota