Napoléon spent his first nine years in this house. Ransacked by Corsican nationalists in 1793, requisitioned by English troops from 1794...
Fans of Napoléon will make a beeline for this tiny museum on the 1st floor of the Hôtel de Ville. It exhibits Napoléonic medals, busts...
The 16th-century cathedral contains Napoléon’s baptismal font and the Vierge au Sacré-Cœur (Virgin of the Sacred Heart) by Eugène...
Le Bilboq – Chez Jean Jean
This decades-old Ajaccio icon is famous for two things: grilled lobster flambeed in cognac, and spaghetti s à la langouste (spaghetti...
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U Stazzu information
For Corsican goodies, there’s only one address that matters: U Stazzu, famous for its handmade charcuterie and Corsican delicacies (olive oil, jams, liqueurs, honey) crafted by small producers. Owner Paul Marcaggi has been honored multiple times as the best charcutier in Corsica, and once as best charcutier in France. In summer, people line up just to get in the door.