The little village of Girolata, nestled in the hollow of the gulf of the same name, can be visited when you come to discover the Scandola reserve. It is also designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Reputed for its isolation, it is only accessible by sea or by the famous postal path, which takes an hour and a half to walk.
During the year, only about ten inhabitants live in the volcanic stone houses of this little village.
A seaside campsite and guesthouses welcome you overnight, while the restaurants high up offer a splendid panorama over Girolata Bay.