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Hotel Scandola, in Piana
May 17 to May 19, 2017 ( 2 nights )
Once you mastered the narrow alpine road from Serriera to Piana you got it made. The views from this road are out of this world, just great, awesome scenery.
A little pricy but well worth it. We stayed for two nights and it was great. The view is incomparable and the the owner "Stephan" was very friendly and helpful. The rooms are newly renovated and very well done. If you have the chance stay...More
Gorgeous view over the bay and the mountain with mount Cimon in front. Excellent service, friendly, kind owner who's always there to give an explanation on hike trails and other things to know. His wife is doing an excellent job in the kitchen, with lots...More
This hotel has a million dollar view, so pay the extra for a room on the valley side. There's a balcony with 2 chairs on it and an unobstructed view for 180 degrees for miles. It's stunning. The rooms are clean, not too big and...More
Fantastic location, perched high above Piana, with spectacular views over to Scandola, Golf of Porto and the Calanches. Only 5min walk to town centre. Perfect terrace area to enjoy a drink and watch the sun set. Rooms are modern and clean, verging on 4 star...More
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US$126 - US$274 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from ChrisCheri | Reviewed this property |
As far as I am aware you really need to rent a car to get there. I believe you can go from Bastia to Corte and Calvi by train. But from there (or Ajaccio) it's a very long taxi. You might be able to get one of the... More
As far as I am aware you really need to rent a car to get there. I believe you can go from Bastia to Corte and Calvi by train. But from there (or Ajaccio) it's a very long taxi. You might be able to get one of the tour buses from Ajaccio that go to the Calanches to drop you off and pick you up another day - just a thought. If you do rent a car, going from Calvi to Piana on the D81 is the way to go - but drive slowly. And if you rent, get the smallest car that will take all your stuff - roads are narrow and parking spots tiny!
FYI I think you can get to Pigna from Calvi by taxi or local bus (or if you are a hiker there's another option), but again a rental car is much easier to do the Artisan's road.