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The Bavella massif

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The Bavella massif - Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Southern Corsica
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This massif is known for its magnificent pink granite peaks which can measure up to 900 metres high. The Col de Bavella pass, reaching 1,218 metres at its highest point, offers striking viewpoints of the impressive rock faces with jagged ridges. At the bottom, the Bavella forest mainly consists of pines and fir trees.

The Bavella massif offers a wide choice of sports activities: climbing, via ferrata (secure climbing path), hikes and canyoning in Solenzara waters.

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The Bavella massif

Col de Bavella (© Jean Espirat)
Col de Bavella (© Jean Espirat)
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Hikers in front needles Bavella (© Jean Espirat)
Hikers in front needles Bavella (© Jean Espirat)
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Hikers above the neck Bavella (© Jean Espirat)
Hikers above the neck Bavella (© Jean Espirat)
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Forest Bavella (© Jean Espirat)
Forest Bavella (© Jean Espirat)
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Before the bomb hole (© Jean Espirat)
Before the bomb hole (© Jean Espirat)
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Off to the hole bomb (© Jean Espirat)
Off to the hole bomb (© Jean Espirat)
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botanical rarity in the region (© Jean Espirat)
botanical rarity in the region (© Jean Espirat)
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botanical rarity in the region (© Jean Espirat )
botanical rarity in the region (© Jean Espirat )
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