Lucciana is a municipality with 4754 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2011 ) in the Haute- Corse on the French island of Corsica.
- 3.1 churches
Lucciana is located on the eastern edge of the Corsican Mountains. The municipality district, which extends over the coastal plain to the Mediterranean Sea, including the villages Casamozza and Crocetta and holiday villages Plage de la Marana and Plage de Pineto on the Tyrrhenian Sea. The southern boundary of the municipality is the Golo, the longest river in Corsica.
The municipal area of Lucciana is the largest part of the airport Bastia including approach and terminal buildings.
The neighboring municipalities are Vignale in the west and northwest, Borgo in the north, Monte and Vescovato in the south and Prunelli- di - Casacconi in the southwest.
In Mariana, not far from Lucciana, was 104 BC a colony, see History of Corsica.
- In Lucciana SACOI, a 1965 created HVDC system begins
- Former cathedral " Santa Maria Assunta dite La Canonica "
- Église San PARTEO, Romanesque church, dates back to the 7th century
- Église San Michele
- Chapelle San Michele
The railroad company Chemins de fer de la Corse maintains Lucciana the Casamozza station. With the highways 193 and 198 Lucciana is connected to the national network of routes.
Barrettali | Bastia | Biguglia | Borgo | Brando | Cagnano | Canari | Centuri | Ersa | Furiani | Lucciana | Luri | Meria | Morsiglia | Nonza | Ogliastro | Olcani | Olmeta -di Capo Corso | Pietracorbara | Pino | Rogliano | San -Martino- di -Lota | Santa -Maria- di -Lota | Sisco | Tomino | Vignale | Ville- di - Pietrabugno
- Commune in the department of Haute- Corse
- Place in Corsica