Villa Ghiatone

Address: Allee du maquis , Pietrosella, Corsica, 20166, France | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Allee du maquis , Pietrosella.
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      Travel Blogs from Pietrosella

      It’s 5 o’clock somewhere!

      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Mar 30, 2015

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      ... several monuments dedicated to him and other members of his family.

      We drove for a bit along the cost, but soon headed inland and up. As we drove along the twisting road, Claudia explained about the plants that can be found at the various elevations. Corsica is known for the macchia (thick shrubby) vegetation found on its hillsides. At higher elevations, the endemic laricio pine is found. There is also much wildlife – sheep, wild pigs (we saw some of them), ...

      Corsica; our last days in the Mediterranean summer

      A travel blog entry by sarahpadley on Sep 30, 2014

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... so many of the beach bars & little shops are closed or only open limited hours. It's really moving into autumn & the weather this week was cooler and the days are now about 23/26 degrees. But we're still in the Med so we planned to eek out a little bit more of the European summer! 10 days here in Corsica. After 6 weeks in Italy we have our salutations & basic requests (almost) down pat in Italian. Even Gracie can say 'buongiorno'! That's ...

      Bonjour et au revoir Corsica

      A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 12, 2014

      11 photos

      ... has a lot of stone, mostly granite and limestone, and almost all of the houses are made of stone which is lovely. It is almost one big mountain (although actually hundreds) with 1000 km of coastline and only 300 km of it is beach. A lot of Eucalyptus trees, which were imported from Australia to deal with malaria (didn't work, the US bombed it with DDT during WWII instead).The main product is chestnuts and they do everything with them: polenta (eaten at every ...

      Ajaccio - Day 5

      A travel blog entry by alciuvar on Jul 23, 2014

      45 photos

      ... is thought to have been Napoleon's room on returning from Egypt. Another room is devoted to the family's history during the Second Empire and recalls Napoleon III and Eugénie's travels.


      The family's rooms are on the first floor: the drawing-room, Madame Mère's bedroom, the room where Napoleon was born, the gallery, the boudoir, the room with the trap-door which Napoleon is supposed to have used to reach the port on October 6th 1799, the dining-room, ...

      Ajaccio - Day 4

      A travel blog entry by alciuvar on Jul 06, 2014

      18 photos



      We left Porto Vecchio in the afternoon and drove back to Ajaccio where we started our trip in Corsica. It's a 3 hour drive from Porto Vecchio and Ajaccio. I was excited to go back to Ajaccio as I wanted to spend more time in the this city. I wanted to go back to the market which is held every weekend and also visit ...