A Trama

Address: Route de Santa Manza, Bonifacio, Corsica, 20169, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Route de Santa Manza, Bonifacio.
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      Travel Blogs from Bonifacio

      It’s 5 o’clock somewhere!

      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Mar 30, 2015

      2 photos

      ... 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), ...

      Cliffs, grotto's and pirates...

      A travel blog entry by thekingstravels on Oct 01, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... path leading to pirates cave. After lunch he was determined to do this, I let him go and got comfy by the pool. He arrived back an hour or so later, extremely sweaty, mumbling something about 189 lung busting steps. He says the tread on the steps was double the normal size. So glad I didn't go. Spent a lazy arvo by the pool and a nice dinner out where we got talking to a french couple at the next table. Off north ...

      No more gelato, bring on the croissants!!!

      A travel blog entry by thekingstravels on Sep 30, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... were made by stacking stones (stones is probably an understatement - these are big boulders) into a self supporting conical shape with a large (3 metre wide) slab of granite at the top. Impressive. This village was discovered in then1950's and has not been completely explored yet. This village dates from about 900BC. That's old, really old. I wonder how they made these structures, what they were wearing, what the kids ...

      Corsica; our last days in the Mediterranean summer

      A travel blog entry by sarahpadley on Sep 30, 2014

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... amp; their 3 daughters who were taking an extended holiday before moving home to NZ (after living in the Sth west of France for 12 years & having all three daughters there). Mike is an ex rugby player who in the last 2 yrs has done a 'degree' in charcuterie and plans to open a business back home. Mitch & Grace loved having some little friends to communicate with. The French/Kiwi accents on the girls was so cute. We thoroughly enjoyed ...

      Still lovin it

      A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Sep 16, 2014

      1 photo

      ... son swims 5kms a day at the beach. Other guest know adelaide from the grand prix. Lol.
      Back to our tabel out the front of the hotel for nightcaps.
      Hardly had the cork out and Tomaso had a pichet of his red and italian biccies on the table.
      I forgot to mention when we were in ota Porto we went to the little supermarket for ...