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Córcega que ver


Algunos alojamientos de esta zona están ofreciendo alojamiento gratis o con grandes descuentos para ayudar a las personas que llegan desde Ucrania a encontrar un lugar seguro donde quedarse (se debe presentar un documento de identidad al llegar).

Quedamos muy satisfechos. Se puede ver la playa desde el balcón y la residencia está como máximo a 40 metros de la más cercana. El apartamento es lo suficientemente grande para 4 miembros de la familia y hay todo lo que necesita para su estancia. También hay una piscina muy bonita. Hay muchas playas bonitas alrededor de la ciudad (no más de 20 minutos en coche).

El Résidence Saint Cyprien plage se encuentra en Porto-Vecchio, en la región de Córcega, a 800 metros de Saint Cyprien, y ofrece alojamiento con WiFi gratuito, zona de barbacoa, piscina exterior de…

el apartamento es perfecto para una familia (éramos 5). es nuevo, con todos los electrodomésticos que necesitas. La ubicación es perfecta para llegar a las mejores playas de los alrededores.

Lugar perfecto y tranquilo, hermosas vistas, ambiente acogedor y hogareño. La mejor y más “tranquila” piscina que vimos durante nuestra estancia en Córcega – gracias tanto al hermoso diseño como al poco número de otros huéspedes en la propiedad. A menudo sientes que tienes todo el lugar para ti. El personal es muy atento y agradable.

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Throughout the centuries many people have been attracted by its natural beauty and have occupied the island (or at least tried to): Greeks (who named it Kallisté, meaning the most beautiful), Carthaginians, Romans, Genoese, etc.

Due to lack of time, it has not been possible for us to write a complete account of this trip, so we invite you to read other travel reports and/or travel tips to Corsica (and France in general) published on this website.

As for the lodging, we can say that in peak holiday periods for the French it can be convenient to book accommodation in Corsica, since the island does not have the abundance of supply of other places on the Mediterranean coast.


THE 11 MUST SEE PLACES 1. The village of Bonifacio and down the “Stairs of the King of Aragon “Bonifaciopress to zoomBonifaciopress to zoomEscalera del Rei de Aragonpress to zoomBonifaciopress to zoom1/8Bonifacio:

What to say about this route? The path is not clearly marked and it is not easy to follow, since you find many stones where you will have to climb. In addition some points of the path are not clear and we had to make it up a bit. The route is sloping all the time following the river. It is not an easy or comfortable route, but it is totally worth it, the destination is spectacular.

It should be noted that once you find the first pool, it seems really difficult to continue upstream, but if you look for where the road continues, you can reach the area that is really worth it.

The route is about 1:30 hours to go and 1:00 hour to return, not counting all the time you are enjoying the pools. It is important that you take water with you, as there is no store there to stock up.


Photo: iStock And we cannot forget that France is one of the artistic engines in Europe, with an endless number of museums and the most outstanding temporary exhibitions on the continent. That is why it is always advisable to consult the agenda of museums in Paris, where by the way reopened a few months ago the unique Albert Khan Photography Center. Outside the French capital we also highlight for this summer the exhibitions “La Gioconda, inverse exhibition”, at the Palais de la Bourse in Marseille, and “Picasso, the effervescence of forms”, at the Cité du Vin in Bordeaux.A good way to conclude the summer will be participating in the European Heritage Days, whose 39th edition will be held in 2022 on September 17 and 18. This is an opportunity to visit emblematic buildings in France, which will be exceptionally open on those days, offering guided tours and special events.

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