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Bastia, 20290 Borgo, Corsica France
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Sea trips Scandola, Girolata, Calanches de Piana,
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Sea trips Scandola, Girolata, Calanches de Piana,

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A magnificent tour to discover the Gulf of Porto, the calanches of Piana, the marine village of Girolata and the unmissable reserve of Scandola.<br><br>The Scandola Nature Reserve is a nature reserve in Corsica, both marine and terrestrial, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and part of the Marine Protected Areas of France. Classified in 1975, it covers an area of 1,669 hectares and protects a remarkable biodiversity.<br><br>
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Barry M wrote a review Sep 2016
Manchester, United Kingdom25 contributions13 helpful votes
Beautiful village, completely unchanged for decades. It's close to the airport and might be the first place you visit (or the last!) and, if so, take a few minutes to slow RIGHT DOWN and enjoy
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Flantheman2334 wrote a review Sep 2015
Gosport, United Kingdom564 contributions151 helpful votes
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This village is advertised by roadway signs as a tourist route. It is exactly as the pictures portray it. A mountainside village which probably hasn't changed since it was built. You have to marvel at the construction methods that had to be employed to build in such taxing conditions all those years ago. Worth a drive as long as you have a head for heights and don't mind the locals overtaking you at speeds that seem impossible!
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Date of experience: September 2015
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