San Michele de Murato
Standing alone at 475m above sea level, this church stands majestically on a plateau that looks over the basin of the Bevinco. It was built around 1280, at the end of the Pisan Romanesque period in Corsica. Renowned for its chequered exterior of green serpentine stone and white limestone, its carved ornamentation is often naive. The building's exceptional harmony is enhanced by its setting and the view from here, which goes from St Florent to the Désert des Agriates.