Listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, you'll be blown away by all this beauty.
These rocks, carved out by wind, water and time, have taken on astonishing shapes that you're bound to compare to some kind of animal.
One of the curiosities of the 'Calanches' is to visit them at sunset, when they take on a superb blood-red color.
Classified as a nature reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, access to the reserve is strictly regulated, and we recommend that you contact the tourist office on your arrival to find out about shuttle times from Cargèse.
The reserve is a veritable sanctuary for Mediterranean flora and fauna, and the only access is by sea. You'll also discover the village of Girolata, which has no road access.