Stone Pages proudly presents the first online tour of Corsican megalithic monuments
Ancient Corsica Tour Diary Images Messages Maps Resources Equipment Stone Pages Menu Bar

From September 4th to 17th, 2000 we made a tour of Corsica: one of the most fascinating and mysterious isles of the Mediterranean sea. Among its many natural and historical beauties are also lots of ancient sites: enigmatic human faces carved on standing stones, dolmens and long stone alignments

On this website you can find an online travel diary, which was updated in real time. Armed with hi-tech equipment, we have tried to link to computers around the world, and have let you follow our tour, interact with archaeologists and experts, view images from the journey, and learn about the ancient Corsican monuments.

Have a look at our two-week diary, and discover with us the most beautiful Corsican megaliths, the tiny Romanesque churches hidden in the woods, the proud people of Corsica, the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte, and other interesting corners of this wonderful island.

If you need any additional information about megalithic monuments and other European ancient sites, please have a look at our Stone Pages website.

Final update: September 18th, 2000


Icon Bar
Day 14 33 sites

1925 km
126 litres
of petrol (gasoline)

30 rolls
of film

48 glasses
of wine

131 pages
on this website

We would like to thank our sponsor:


Site designed by Paola Arosio & Diego Meozzi

The minimal requirements for viewing this website are:
Netscape 3.0 or Explorer 3.0 browser, an 8 bit colors graphic card and a 640 x 480 pixel screen
QuickTime is recommended in order to see the panoramic movies

Diary | Images | Messages | Maps | Resources | Equipment | Stone Pages