Ajaccio E-Bike tour in the Footsteps of Napoleon Bonaparte

Private & Custom Tours in Ajaccio

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200 meters in front of the cruise port terminal, our team provides you high quality e-bikes and an itinerary that will take you to the main attractions of Ajaccio !With this self-guided tour, Discover the Bonaparte house, where Napoleon Bonaparte was born and grew up, explore the old town and its pastel painted houses along narrow streets, enter into the Cathedral where Napoleon was baptised, visit the the Citadel erected in the 16th century, the Foch square and its market full of local flavors with food and craft products made in Corsica.Then the self-guided tour leads you to the Sanguinaires islands via the cycle path which skirts the turquoise waters. Have a dive in one of the wonderful beaches, explore the archipelago of Sanguinaires, classified as a protected natural site, and enjoy the amazing view from the Parata Tower ! From up there, you can even photograph dolphins if you are lucky !
From our station located at the Ajaccio Tourist Office, take your e-bike and explore all the main Ajaccio sites in less than 2 hours 30 minutes with our self-guided tour.Our team teaches you how to use an e-bike and advise you about the best places to go with your electric bike.Discover the Bonaparte house, where Napoleon Bonaparte was born and grew up, explore the old town and its pastel painted houses along narrow streets, enter into the Cathedral where Napoleon was baptised, visit the the Citadel erected in the 16th century surrounded the St Francois Beach, the Foch square and its market full of local flavors with food and craft products made in Corsica.Then the tour takes you to the Casone Square where Napoleon Bonaparte used to play when he was child. This square is dominated by the imposing monument of Napoleon I, preceded by two eagles and a huge inclined stele recalling all his victories.Then leave the Ajaccio city centre to the Sanguinaires islands via the cycle path which skirts the turquoise waters. Have a dive in one of the wonderful beaches !Classified as a protected natural site, the archipelago of Sanguinaires counts 4 islands inhabited by a very diversified fauna and flora with numerous bird species such as the cormorant, the peregrine falcon, the Sardinian warbler and the gull.You can explore the Parata tower erected on the top of the peninsula of the same name in the XVI century by the Genoese. This one offers an amazing panoramic view on the archipelago of Sanguinaires. From up there, you can even photograph dolphins if you are lucky !After that wonderful walk, you can start your way back to Ajaccio city centre.

What’s included

  • Guaranteed to skip the long lines
  • Use of bicycle
  • Guaranteed to skip the lines

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks, unless specified
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