Corte Appartamenti & Case Vacanze

Address: Corso Tagliafico 55, Carloforte, Sardinia, 09014, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Corso Tagliafico 55, Carloforte.
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Travel Blogs from Carloforte

Waiting in Windy City

A travel blog entry by pandb on Sep 20, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

... which was good but slightly disappointing as it was all singing and no dancing………only one of our party of three stayed awake. Needless to say we left before the end!!
We are now enjoying the nightlife in Italy and the party tonight starts at 10pm…..way beyond my bed time, but who knows!!
PS
Midnight - Just got back from seeing Italy’s next entrants in the Eurovision Song Contest!!!
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Transit day but here we are in Sardegna

A travel blog entry by vazzhobspainit on Jun 21, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

Hola to Ciao – we have been in transit town for the last little while, Spain to Italy.

Bilbao was amazing, our accommodation was tucked in the old quarter, no cars, houses to the streets and Roman style cobblestones – absolutely picture perfect. Eating and drinking houses at every turn, windy streets you definitely want to get lost in. After a yummy "lunch of the day" – including paella and some wonderful menu ...

A change of pace

A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 14, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... and waited at the carousel for our luggage. And waited. I thought our luck had finally run out as our bags were supposed to have been sent to the connecting flight. But - no bags! There were still about 6 of us waiting and someone came to tell us that international arrival baggage is in another area. We were relieved to see our bags going around and around. A sign would have been helpful. An American guy was relieved because he ...

The Joys of Anchoring

A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Aug 05, 2011

4 photos

Calasetta proved to be a very frustrating anchorage. When we first arrived I had snorkled out to have a look at the anchor to make sure it was well dug in and I was very surprised to see not only was it supposedly so well dug in it had disappeared into the mud completely along with at least 10 metres of chain. This looked great until the next day when we found ourselves slowly moving ...

Catching Up with Matador

A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Aug 02, 2011

5 photos

... line especially at the Capes a lot of the area in from the coast is marshy with salt pans.

We spent a reasonable night there with minimum rolling and then we were off to track down Matador. We had great sail with a following wind but by the time we reached the bay they were in it was over 20kts and blowing straight into the anchorage. We called them on the radio and Stu ...