Halfway between Saint Nicolas Square and the Old Port, the rue Napoléon inaugurated in 2013 is the only street entirely dedicated to pedestrians.
Overed with a stone floor of Brando, this shopping street has two remarkable religious buildings: the oratory of the Saint Roch brotherhood and the oratory of the Immaculate Conception decorated with its pebble mosaic square.
Looking for a shopping break? You will have only the embarrassment of the choice….this pedestrian street counts many trendy signs, but also of workshop of creators, old shops, shops of memories, shops of regional products, glaciers and restaurants which confers on the place a convivial atmosphere where Bastiais and holidaymakers like to stroll.
By taking the street Saint Roch or the street Faggianelli, small pedestrian cross streets, you will arrive on the square of the market which shelters the church Saint Jean whereas by skirting the street Napoleon until the street of the terraces you will arrive on the Old Port, one of the most typical districts of the city.
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