High above Corisca upa really bumpy, pot holed road, is Notre Dame della Serra. You often find chapels like this in inaccessable places but with fantastic views.
The view from below as you approach.
Mary from behind.
From below, in front.
A view as you approach the chapel.
Here is Mary’s view of Calvi down below.
PS-I didn’t mention this in my first entry but, yes, Napoleon was born in Corsica. While he was serving in the army in France, Corsica, which up to this point was running as France was with the rules and regulations of the new regime of the Revolution, became a different political animal due to the return of a very influential leader who disagreed with what was going on in mainland France. Napoleon’s family had to basically flee for their lives and ended up in Toulon. Napoleon only returned to Corsica once which was on his return from Egypt.