San Damianu

Allee Quartier Saint-Damien, Sartène, Corsica, 20100, France | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sartène

Corsica from the coast to the mountains

A travel blog entry by kazbriggs

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... we had a leisurely breakfast and then got ready to go ashore. Unfortunately Karen has a head cold, but understandably she was determined to see the sights in Corsica.

It is a beautiful island and although we can’t speak from extensive experience, we would say that Corsica is quite special. The island has a low population density, compared with many European lands. Seventy percent of the GNP is from tourism activities, with the remainder being made up ...

Versailles to Ajaccio

A travel blog entry by murrayman148

... difficulty keeping away from the parked cars on the right. There was absolutely nowhere to park and after a couple of abortive attempts to find a park up a side street, we gave up in disgust and went home. Friday 23 May Today was a rest day. Stephanie and Olivier came down early to ask us to drive them into Ajaccio as Joe had had a nosebleed and couldn't drive. Roddy and I took them and Kiara in and dropped them at the markets. A more successful trip this time as the ...

Napoleon, Nougat, Essential oils and Wierd Wine

A travel blog entry by aniemi

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We did another 4 hour tour in Corsica. Corsica is the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte and he is very popular here. We visited local artisan workshops on this beautiful island. It is very mountainous. Its history stretches back to the Greeks and Romans as it is strategically situated in the Mediterranean close to both Italy and France. It is a French Island now but has been ruled by the Genovese.

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Corsica 'l'île de beauté'

A travel blog entry by beoms

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... bon nombre de chèvres, vaches et autre cochons sauvages. Ne les écrasez pas.

5) L'église de Murato. Elle a été construite en deux couleurs: pierres blanches et pierres vertes foncées. Vraiment remarquable.

6) La visite de Bonifaccio (à faire de préférence avec le soleil, nous n'avons pas eu cette chance). Si vous vous en sentez le courage, vous pouvez descendre les 187 marches de l'escalier du Roy d'Aragon et vous vous ...

Oh what a day!!!

A travel blog entry by loubea

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Well, where to start!! Lets begin with a pretty ordinary breakfast. The corn flakes were tasteless & the milk was luke warm. Jul hated the taste even with the all bran she retrieved from our room. Her croissant was anything but San Sebastián like & she didn't like the coffee. I quite enjoyed it & the cup of tea we had to wash breaky down. We set off to sort the phone in the direction advised by the tourist centre yesterday, only to be told they ...

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This 3 star hotel is located on Allee Quartier Saint-Damien, Sartène.
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