Are you planning a holiday to some small peaceful island where you can rejuvenate, away from the hustle-bustle of the city life? Then visit Cargese, an exotic village lying along the west coast of the island of Corsica in France. The Corsica Island is located between the two famous ancient cities of Porto and Ajaccio. The town of Cargese is renowned for its renaissance architecture, antique houses and historical buildings. The two famous Greek and Latin built churches are located here. As the island was occupied by the Greeks in the late 1600s, it still retains some of the charm that is associated with Greek islands. The locals here speak Greek and the traditions, customs and cuisines are influenced by the Greeks.