Travel Blogs from Pigna
... were delivered in huge white bowls and were devoured greedily along with the accompanying bread, which we used to mop up the juice. More walking through little lane ways followed as we weaved our way back to the ship. The sun was warm and we arrived back to find body's everywhere adorning the deck, soaking up the sun after our preceding run of bad weather. As we sat on the deck watching all of the small craft sailing by Stuart ...
Woke late and went down to brekky as usual. Weather so much better today than since we left. After brekky had time to put bathers on and head to the pool for an hour or so. Extremely hot so our tan should improve. Lovely fruit skewers served and big glasses of water. Back to get ready for our excursion into Calvi for 2.5 hours. Mix up with directions to wait for Calvi excursion but finally boarded tenderboat with great waves causing problems for us getting on. Finally got over to ...
Left Calvi early morning and took another goat track to the village of San Antonino. Visit and coffee then back on the main road to Corte where we arrived for another nice lunchtime salad.
We visited the town and (another) citadelle and we got spoiled for diner by our host at U Passa Tempu (the Past Time). Free aperitive, testing of home made ...
... Nice charter if you can afford it...
19th June we were supposed to drive to Saint Florent and Bastia, we stopped for coffee at Ile Rousse and by then decided it was too late and headed for a beautiful beach (Ostriconi) below a cliff. Nice white sand and great snokeling. Home for shower, shopping and diner.
... fire and warn the next town of enemy presence. Some eighty towers around Corsica and every one would be warned within an hour.
Swim at the nearby beach
17th June; left at 9am for the marine and national park reserve of Scandola, visit of the fishing village of Girolata, only accessible by sea or goat track.
Back for another salad and a swim and at 6pm back on board for the Callanques du Piana.
- Free parking