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Porto-Vecchio

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Porto-Vecchio is a city on the French island of Corsica.

Get in

There are busses from other major Corsican towns, and ferries from other locations. If driving to town in the summer months, it is best to arrive very early, before 10 (or even 9 in August) to ensure parking near the town center. On cloudy or rainy days in August traffic jams may stretch 2 hours long getting into or through town.

Get around

The car is the most practical to get around porto-Vecchio. Because the Porto-Vecchio city is a large space. Porto Vecchio is best navigated on foot, as the town has a one-way traffic system that makes it virtually impossible to navigate my auto.

See

Do

Buy

Porto-Vecchio has several souvenir shops, as well as some stores selling specialty Corsican food, such as wild boar sausage and local cheeses. There are several hyper-markets (bigger than super markets) just north of town along the main road.

Eat

The town has dozens of excellent restaurants, some with beautiful views over the harbour, and a main square where you can sip your latte while people watching.

Drink

90.36.126.230 16:26, 23 August 2007 (EDT)==Sleep== The professionals of the real estate and tourism of Porto-vecchio are happy to accomodate you in their area. The teams of reception and animation, the hotels, the residences and the camp-sites are with your service so that your stay is successful perfectly. Professionels of the real estate are placed at your disposal and hirings, grounds or the most beautiful properties with the sale propose to you.

Hotels in Porto-Vecchio.

Villas and apparements rental.

Get out

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