The star-shaped main square links all the little streets and the architectural decor makes it very popular among film-makers.

The peculiarity of Cassano, comes from the architecture of its star-shaped square which loosens all the alleys of the village ... a real playground for children.

Around this very special place, you can admire large, imposing and old buildings with porches.

Before its merger in 1972 with Montemaiò and Lunghignanu, Cassano was a municipality in its own right with a territory of 3 km².

The village is today one of the 3 hamlets of the municipality of Montegrosso.

Features

  • Equipments

    • Car park
    • Parking
  • Visit

    • Individual visit :
    • Group visit :
  • Spoken languages

    • French

To know

  • Other information

    Sights... Saint-Alban Church: located 300 metres below the village, this converted building is home to a statue of Saint Alban who is venerated every year on 22 June. Parish church of Santa Maria Annunziata: dating from the 17th century and recently restored. Features a multi-level bell tower. Saint Antoine friary dating from 1651 according to the lintel above the door. It adjoins the parish church. Star-shaped village square

  • Animals welcome

    Pets not accepted