Reception desk

From the reception desk, we take the access road to the deposit. At the entrance, on the right, you leave the archaeological museum, which you should visit on your return from the walk.  ...

First Menhir Statue

75 m away, just after the long granite-paved alley, on the small hill, the second largest statue-menhir of Corsica, Filitosa V (3m high, 1m wide, more than 2 tons) was raised. The only one on the island that has two life-size estoc weapons. From the front, it is...

Cyclopean enclosure wall

After travelling 250 m, one arrives in front of the enclosure in a Cyclopean device that bars the spur containing the main deposit, which is 130 m long and 40 m wide. This enclosure line connects the boulders to each other. Back...

First habitat

A short distance to the south-east of the huts is the rock shelter which has provided, in its lower layers, broken fragments of pottery, the oldest remains of occupation of the site with ceramics characteristic of the ancient Mediterranean Neolithic. The rock shelter...

Ancient monument

Immediately on the right as you enter the deposit, here is the East monument, probably from the Torrean period. It is a full tumular monument, externally mounted, with an as yet undetermined aim. Only the access ramp and the platform remain today.   Back...

Tower

Continuing for 40 m, we come across the Central Monument, the village tower or Torrean monument known as “cultuel”. All the fragments of statue-menhirs presented have been removed from the circular outer facing or collected in the scree; they are supported...