Giuncaggio ( Corsican Ghjuncaghju ) is a municipality with a population of 59 (as of January 1, 2011 ) in the Haute- Corse on the French island of Corsica. It belongs to the canton Bustanico.


Giuncaggio is located in the hills at an altitude of Castagniccia 610 meters above sea level in the east of Corsica, 54 km south-west of Bastia, the prefecture of the Haute -Corse, and six kilometers south of the Regional Natural Park of Corsica. The village overlooks the valley of Tavignano and is surrounded by the neighboring communities Pancheraccia, anti- anti and Pietra Serena. The municipality has an area of ​​16.15 square kilometers.


  • Saint-Jean church from the 12th century



One important industry is tourism. Giuncaggiu and Tavignano offer tourists many sporting activities, such as kayaking, rafting, canyoning and donkey rides. There is a campground in the town.

( Miel de Corse - Mele di Corsica ) The municipal area controlled designation of origin (AOC ) for Brocciu, apply honey, olive oil ( Huile d' olive de Corse - Oliu di Corsica ), chestnut flour ( Farine de châtaigne corse - Farina Castagnina corsa ) and wine (Vin de Corse or Corsica blanc, rosé and rouge ) and protected geographical indication ( PGI ) for clementines ( Clémentine de Corse) and wine (Ile de Beauté blanc, rosé or rouge and Méditerranée blanc, rosé and rouge ).