Since 1 July 2020, the "Friends of Filitosa" have also been members of Megalithik Routes. This association looks after one of the most fascinating megalithic sites in the south of Europe. Filitosa is located in the southwest of the island of Corsica and is considered a key site of Corsican prehistory. For more information see at the institutional mebers.
Filitosa is a small village in the southwest of Corsica and belongs to the municipality of Sollacaro. The site of the same name was discovered in 1946 by the landowner Charles-Antoine Cesari and excavated by the French archaeologist Roger Grosjean. Grosjean uncovered an unusual concentration of unique megalithic buildings which allow a reconstruction of the prehistoric development of Corsica from the 7th to 2nd millennium BC. Particularly impressive are a circular megalithic cult site and anthropomorphically designed menhirs from the late Neolithic/early Bronze Age period.