La Coralia bed & breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Coralia bed & breakfast Cinquale
It took a while (an a very persistant local on a push bike) to find this B & B. In true Italian style, a street address does not always indicate the presence of the establishment you are looking for. If you have the co-ordinates for a GPS or refer to the photo on their website, it makes it easier to find but without those (and just the street address) good luck!
Once there however, it is a most inviting and charming B & B close to Forte Di Marmi - the Italian version of the French Riviera.
Certainly worth considering if staying in the area. Secure parking, wi-fi and breakfast included in the tarriff.
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