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- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... the Captain set off after lunch about 1.30 and we travelled 2 hours south down the coast heading towards Sardinia and pulled up in a picturesque little bay called Belvedere Campomor, to stay the night on anchor. It was a very smooth run, the boat handled it well.
The temperature is during the day would have been about 33deg, so it was bathers on and in for a swim. Water temp about 25deg.
Sunday 2nd August
We left Port Vecchio and sailed for about 2 hours into another bay not far from the next town put down the anchor and had more swimming.
What a delightful day, water temp about 25deg, we donned our bathers and dived in, the water was so refreshing....we haven't swam so much in a short amount of days,!!!!!!
Had lunch, sun baked and left about 4pm to sail into Propriano arriving at 5.30pm.
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The city was founded in 1539 and did suffer greatly from malaria. in WWII this disease was eradicated, and the population began to flourish in 1950.
This city hosted the first stage of Tour de France in 2013
That evening was such a 'balmy' night that Heidi set the table upstairs on top deck for dinner and we took some beautiful sunset photos. and dinner was as good as ...
... and the shutters on the windows added to the colonial feel of the place.
Corsica is a French island but the overriding influence seemed to be Italian in my opinion. Whilst the locals all spoke French, the food and architecture seemed more in keeping with a quaint Italian sea-side town than a French city.
Whatever the influence, we all fell in love with the place almost instantly. I think Barcelona ...
... We were encouraged to find a local product by the name of Acqua del Elba - a perfume/cologne/soap product that is well known and originates here. This we did of course, and purchased some as well! Secondly, we wanted to see the museum of Napoleon and then his house. The house was large and quite impressive. This house is positioned in the highest part of the township from where he could dominate the town, the port ...