Piana, Chemin Muletier, Capo d'orto and Ficajola Loop is a 15.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near the city of Piana that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Discover the red rocks of Piana in the sunset, the summit Capo d'Orto and the beach of Ficajola Piana is a small village that has a great view on the natural reserve of Scandola and Porto bay. The region of Piana is included in UNESCO world heritage and belongs to the highly selective "most beautiful village or France" guide. The visit of the village is beyond the scope of this guide as Piana is mainly famous for its red rocks with mysterious shapes. This route features a long walk including the Capo d'Orto and the chemin muletier (could be done separately as well). As this hike is a half day walk the guide also include one sugestion to relax after the walk: the beach of Ficajola. Capo d'Orto and chemin muletier is a perfect walk to enjoy the show of those strange red rocks and great panoramic view on the bay of Porto and Scandola. Ficajola is a very small wild beach where there's absolutely nothing but the sea, the beach and big cliffs of red rocks with mysterious shape.