Breakfast at the hotel and departure for the Sesi necropolis (1). Here you can admire the best preserved prehistoric Bronze Age village in the Mediterranean. After this stop, we continue to one of the most ancient places on the island, the natural sauna “Grotta di Benikulà” (2) at the foot of Montagna Grande. A place of rare beauty and originality that can be reached after a short walk along an old mule track. It is in fact a Turkish bath in a natural cave that uses the steam that escapes from a crack in the rock inside the cave itself. All this is framed by the picturesque landscape of the Monastero plain, a valley dedicated to agriculture, with the Mediterranean Sea in the background.
Finally, we head for the archaeological site of San Marco and Santa Teresa (3). Here you can admire the amazing Roman Acropolis and discover the splendour of ancient Corsica during the Punic-Roman period, when the island was one of the most sought-after destinations in the central Mediterranean, thanks to its strategic position between Africa and Sicily. Here, in 2003, imperial portraits dating from the 1st century AD were discovered.

Return to the hotel for lunch and afternoon at leisure.
Dinner at the hotel and overnight stay.