Olmi Cappella has so much on offer: stones, powerful rushing waters, chestnut trees, holm oak trees and much more.

As soon as you arrive, stop by the Battaglini. This building which was once used for public education, is the nerve centre of the village. Theatre courses are held here all year round, and it also houses multimedia facilities. It is right here at the highest point of Balagne that the Tourist Information Office of Ghjunsani will give you all the advice you need to discover the region.

Far from the seaside crowds, come and discover the landscapes of the Balagne mountains. Set off on one of the many footpaths and you will be enchanted by the natural environment, the perfect setting if you really want to get away from it all.

Imagine what it was like in the past centuries, to attend a Moresca celebration… Dancers and musicians come together to tell the story of the battle between the Moors and the Christians, in music. This tradition has whithered over time, but in Olmi Cappella, it has been brought back to life thanks to actor and producer Robin Renucci. He has been the president of the ARIA (International Theatre Meetings) association since 1998, which works to support the artistic and cultural domains.

If you happen to be in Balagne in August, don’t miss the highlight of the summer: The International Theatre Meetings in Corsica (Les Rencontres Internationales de Théâtre en Corse). The perfect opportunity to discover original works of art, in a beautiful green setting…