Macinaggio (en corse Macinaghju) is the Rogliano marina, located on the eastern tip of Cap Corse. It is on the edge of a Natura 2000 protected and classified, including the islands of Finocchiarola and the field of Casinca.
The old fishing port and trade was one of the ports of Corsica's most active in the nineteenth century. The marina, built on the former, is the first of Cap Corse, with 600 rings, and faces the Tuscan coast and islands of Elba and Capraia.
Macinaggio (en corse Macinaghju) est la marine de Rogliano, située sur la pointe orientale du Cap Corse. Elle se trouve en bordure d'un site Natura 2000 protégé et classé, comprenant les îles de Finocchiarola et le domaine de Casinca.
L'ancien port de pêche et de commerce fut l'un des ports de Corse les plus actifs au XIXe siècle.
Le port de plaisance, construit sur l'ancien, est le premier du Cap Corse, avec 600 anneaux, et fait face à la côte toscane et aux îles de Capraia et d'Elbe.
Capo Sagro is located at 11 NM. S Finocchiarola islands. He has a signal station and a semaphore rises N of it. Mount Merizatodio, 778 m high, is 1.5 MN to W Cape and dominates the immediate area.
The village of Erbalunga, situated 1.5 miles SSW of Capo Sagro, stands on the S ...
Capraia is one of the seven islands of the Tuscan Archipelago, on the road between Cape Corsica and Elba. It is an island of 335 inhabitants (the Capraiesi) of the Province of Livorno. It lies 64 km from Livorno, 37 km from Gorgona and 31 km from Corsica. Its area is 19 km2. It has ...
The village of Luri is located in the heart of Cape Corse. Particularly
well protected harbor with a jetty semicircular with a depth of 3
meters to 2 meters and the entrance to the pier which is riprapped at
the base. Sheltered from northerly winds, a little ...
The towers, square or circular, have always three floors: a level for water supplies, food and ammunition, another for life and the last for the day. Their garrison, 2 to 4 men, assured the watch with the lights and regulatory signals in case of risk, informed sailors, shepherds ...