Christophe's headquarters were located in Vallica. That is to say if the Ghjunsani, in Upper Corsica, is an area of mountain agriculture. But rambling in Corsica has nothing to do with any kind of crazy cattle. This phenomenon affects cattle, horses and pigs. Local practice means that one can find oneself face to face, at the exit of a turn, with a cow and her calf. In the villages, it is still very common to cross cows in the alleys.
Beekeeping, which is his father's passion, Christophe still spends part of his time on it.
With about a hundred hives, two tons of honey are produced each year and offers, through transhumance, a variety of honeys always produced in pollution-free areas. Corsican honey reflects the richness of the island's flora and has a consistency: its quality.
The activity of operator is now over for Christophe, it is a part of history and leaves room for the renewal and revitalization of this site full of surprises ...