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Not for youngsters / not from 12-16h if hot

If you like realy old stones and if you’re interested in mistic and energetic fields than you MUST... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2018
Miran P
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Nice for a visit even on a hot day

Visited Filitosa with our two teenagers and one eight year old, and got them interested! Filitosa... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2018
Martijn v
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Lesigny, France
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Filitosa is the Corsican symbol of prehistory. Our ancestors lived there for à least 6000 years before Christ and left the most beautiful concentration of Corsican statue menhirs. The site has Been added to the list of the hundred historical sites...more
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Filitosa | D-57 centre préhistorique de Filitosa, 20140 Sollacaro, Corsica, France
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

My wife and I are suckers for prehistoric sites and the like so this was a must do... however it was extremely hot in the afternoon. Worth a half hour detour but probably not good for youngsters and certainly with its rough ground it would...More

Thank Colin A
Reviewed 9 August 2018 via mobile

If you like history and stones then this is worth a visit. However, if these are not a big thing for you then I wouldn’t suggest this to be high on your list of things to do. €7 per person (they prefer cash payments) and...More

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Reviewed 28 July 2018 via mobile

If you like realy old stones and if you’re interested in mistic and energetic fields than you MUST visit this site, bit leave the kids at home! 😎

Thank Miran P
Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

Visited Filitosa with our two teenagers and one eight year old, and got them interested! Filitosa is a site with several menhirs and with caves and shelters and good explanations through sound systems all around. The site is large enough to stroll through for some...More

1  Thank Martijn v
Reviewed 5 July 2018

Filitosa is a megalithic site with several Menhirs resembling men with armour and weapons. Quite a large site with some slight gradients, ancient olive tree and dinosaur rock?! There a few audio points in several languages - press for info. Car park could get full...More

1  Thank DJRangoon
Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

We had a fantastic visit at this prehistoric site, museum and cafe. The visit around the site generally takes an hour but we took our time, read the guide book and listened to the audio points. You don't need to buy the guide (€4) but...More

Thank AngelRachelUK
Reviewed 12 June 2018

We loved this place, not just from the historical perspective but the surrounding area is pleasant to be in. Plenty of info, buy the guidebook. Small museum, some minimal climbing, the stones themselves are fascinating, great knowing they had been carved by human hand 3-4000...More

Thank IanMinshall
Reviewed 3 June 2018 via mobile

The site as very nice ancient artefacts. The price of 7 euro is way too much for what is there. 3 or 4 would be ok. Museum is very small and has very little information. Grounds could be better maintained. Visit Cauria instead, it’s free...More

1  Thank hockeydad97
Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

Visiting Filitosa was on my to do list for visiting Corsica and I am glad I did. On reading reviews I did wonder what I would find but I love to see standing stones so off I went and I am pleased I did. The...More

2  Thank Tina P
Tiffany R, Responsable relations clients at Filitosa, responded to this reviewResponded 29 May 2018

Hello, We thank you for your visit and for your very motivating opinion. We are delighted that you enjoyed your experience on the Filitosa site and we send your warm comment to our team. A brand new museum will open for the 2019 season and...More

Reviewed 1 January 2018

Yes, there are prehistoric stones to be seen. Yet the whole site is overgrown and shabby, really nothing to write home about.More

Thank Moguntia
Tiffany R, Responsable relations clients at Filitosa, responded to this reviewResponded 17 April 2018

Dear visitor, We thank you for taking the time to share your opinion. The purpose of the Prehistoric site of Filitosa is to preserve the menhirs as well as the surrounding nature. However, we do regular maintenance so that the path is always praticable for...More

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