Hotel & Spa des Pecheurs
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... outlying islands and others vary from an hour to a couple of hours. We didn't want to spend a whole day on the water so we went for a short cruise that would show us the main things. The main things being amazing caves, grottos and islands. We went fully into one grotto, I thought I was over my cave "thing", apparently it doesn't apply to grottos. Having just seen how huge chunks of the cliff face can fall ...
... spectacular. It's limestone cliffs rise from the sea and it too has a pretty special harbour entrance at Bonifacio where the ferry berths. Corsica has been fought over between the French and Italians for many years and the remains of an old fort guard the entrance to Bonifacio's narrow harbour. Our hotel is located in the old town, high on the cliff face that looks down over the "new" town and harbour. Again, this ...
... were spent on the local beaches, climbing over the rocks & then Stew would join us for a swim & drinks at our favourite beach bar. It's not as easy as it sounds getting the kids to the beach everyday (haaa I hear you say!). I get exasperated trying to motivate Mitch to get ready to join me. He's a bad influence on Grace and it takes me more than 1hr to get them all kitted up & out of the house. Bet they'll be begging for a beach day when ...
... top of the peninsula to a place called Baja Sardinia. Beautiful, just like every other place - but truly the provence of the rich and possibly famous. Roped off sections of beach, sun lounges for hire, the usual signs of exclusiveness!! But there are no high rises and the "resorty" stuff is small and only around small coves, it doesn't dominate the whole area, say like Surfers.This little part of Sardinia has been ...
... close by at a place called Arzachena. We had both wanted to visit these sites as they date from the Bronze Age and are in remarkably good shape. What we saw was a Nuraghic burial tomb and a village. The stone "house' is amazing, how they managed this is impressive. It surprises me that we are able to walk through the area and even go into the circular stone house. From there onto another coastal town for ...