The Revellata lighthouse (he white light: two pieces 10 sec.), 97m high, is the focal point of most routes from the mainland. The fire at the end of the tip is visible in clear weather until more than 24 miles and its radio beacon can be heard 100 miles, almost from the mainland coming to the Riviera.
He was commissioned in 1844. The lighthouse beacon sector from Ile Rousse to the north to the Gulf of Girolata south.
Le phare de la Revellata (le feu blanc: 2 éclats 10 sec.), haut de 97m, est le point de convergence de la plupart des routes venant du continent.
Le feu à l'extrémité de la pointe est visible par temps clair jusqu'à plus de 24 milles et son radio phare est audible à 100 milles, soit presque au départ du continent en venant de la côte d'Azur.
Il a été mis en service en 1844. Le phare balise le secteur depuis l'Ile Rousse au nord jusqu'au golfe de la Girolata au sud.
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