Standing in the heart of the picturesque stone quarter, the ancestral home of the Dukes Pozzo di Borgo has been witness of the great moments of the history of Corsica, including the meteoric rise of Napoleon, born not a stone’s throw away from the Palazzu Domu.
Ajaccio , town (1990 pop. 59,952), capital of Corse-du-Sud dept., France, on the Isle of Corsica. A year-round tourist attraction, Ajaccio also has manufacturing, fishing, timbering, shipping, and fruit-growing industries. Its present site was established by Genoese colonists in 1492. Ajaccio was the birthplace of Napoleon, the house where he was born is preserved.
Turned into a hotel, it has retained some of its past ducal grandeur in the welcome which it extends to its guests.
From Campo Dell'oro airport:
- Exit onto the N193, signposted Ajaccio.
- Continue straight at roundabout, staying on the N193.
- Branch off to the right onto Boulevard du Rois Jerome and continue till end of road.
- Turn left, follow road around and take the 3rd exit (straight) onto Rue Bonaparte, where you will find the hotel.
Nearest airport is Canpo tellaoro by carr is 10-15 minutes and it will cost 25euro.
From the 1st June to the 30th September included a local tax of €1.20 per day per person will be applied.
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