Cargese is a historic village in the Corse-du-Sud department of Corsica. The village is located to the north of Ajaccio on the western coast of the island and and is a popular destination for tourists.

Cargese was born when a group of Greek refugees who in 1676 fled their homes due to invasion. The village is well known for its stunning coastline and historic buildings. Discover the two beautiful churches that face each other across the town. Both are registered as historical monuments, one being Greek Orthodox and the other Roman Catholic.