Hotel le Ruesco

Address: Route de Porto Pollo, Olmeto, Corsica, 20213, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Route de Porto Pollo, Olmeto, is near Filitosa.
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    Travel Blogs from Olmeto

    It’s 5 o’clock somewhere!

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Mar 30, 2015

    2 photos

    ... so that by the time we got back to Ajaccio, it was really pretty nice. As we had a short port call in Corsica (the ship was sailing at 2:00 PM), we didn’t have time to do anything but get back on the ship when we returned.

    The captain warned that we would have rough seas from Corsica to Barcelona and he was right. Apparently this is quite common, as the winds come down from the Alps and across the Mediterranean Sea. He was right. The winds were up to ...

    Cliffs, grotto's and pirates...

    A travel blog entry by thekingstravels on Oct 01, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    We only have one full day in Bonifacio, arriving late yesterday afternoon, and leaving tomorrow morning for a couple of days in the northern mountains of Corsica. So today had to be the day we experienced as much as we could. We had checked out boat tours (no name tags, no numbered stickers on our shirts!!) to get have a look at Bonifacio from the water. There are a multitude of tours to pick from, some all-dayer's ...

    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

    ... cat. The kids adored having more stray cats to feed and play with. They quickly developed a real friendship with one black cat that they named Jean (French pronunciation). We'd find him asleep under their beds late at night or even worse waking the kids when he jumped on their beds. We also had the 'bledisloe cup' of friends in Santa Giulia; a South African couple with a 2 year girl who permanently live in Geneva and were holidaying for a week. And a ...

    Cliffs, mountains, twist n turns.

    A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Sep 11, 2014

    1 comment

    Hi everyone
    We love to hear from you. The comments are stimulating. Except peter - wants sister OMG!
    Left Sardignia on ferry. Slightly chaotic. Every one wanted to be first except the officials. Didn't arrive until 45 minutes after the allotted time Ba!
    Bonifacio was majestic. The landing town in Corsica. (will try for photo on return ferry). Sheer 100 ft cliffs with houses teetering on the edge.
    Slight confusion (didn't have a map ...