Rondrit Appietto Asco Appietto
rp9 Uitkijkpunt
This very beautiful tour is part of a 9 day motorcycle vacation in Corsica and Sardinia. Immediately after departure from the hotel the swing starts over the mostly beautiful and good roads of Corsica and after a little 50 KM you are already at an altitude of 800 meters, see the attached height tag. Given the temperatures (in the summer months) it is wise to take some water with you on the way and to stop regularly for some cooling, already after 1H20M you come to the 1st stop, namely at the Belvédère de Pasciolo Photo Point, this is an old ruin . 10 minutes later at your 2nd stop, this time to have a cup of coffee or tea. After coffee on to the lunch location, this is at 1409 meters altitude, so when winding and climbing to lunch at Hôtel Restaurant le Chalet, you are now driving 3H.

After lunch the same way back to Restaurant u Valduniellu after 4H30M for something fresh and to prepare for the next climb to Col du Vergio * at 1435 meters, but first enjoy the view at route point 9 (see the header photo).
* The Col de Vergio or is a mountain pass at an altitude of 1478 meters on the French island of Corsica. The mountain pass connects Albertacce in the central interior of the island with Évisa and Porto on the west coast. The col is the highest asphalted mountain pass on the island. (Source: Wikipedia).
After the Col du Vegio you have to swing 2H before you reach the hotel, you drive a long way along the coast and there are plenty of opportunities to pause and enjoy the beautiful view.

This route has been driven by members of MTC-Zeilberg and has everything that makes you happy as a motorcyclist, hence 5 stars.

Remarks route:
rp 3 - Belvédère de Pasciolo photo point
rp 4 - Coffee stop at Bar-Restaurant de la Place
rp 6 - Lunch stop at Hôtel Restaurant le Chalet
rp 8 - Restaurant u Valduniellu
rp 9 - Viewpoint
rp 11 - Col du Vergio
Start- en eindpunt Marina Di Lava
rp 6 Lunchlocatie
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Start- en eindpunt
Lunchlocatie

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Waypoint, used to construct the route
Sight, here you can see something
Viewpoint, a short stop for taking a picture
Stopping point, for hotel, lunch, etc
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Corsica
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About this region
Corsica (; French: Corse [kɔʁs]; Corsica in Corsican and Italian, pronounced [ˈkorsiga] and [ˈkɔrsika] respectively) is an island in the Mediterranean Sea and one of the 18 regions of France. It is located southeast of the French mainland and west of the Italian Peninsula, with the nearest land mass being the Italian island of Sardinia to the immediate south. A single chain of mountains makes up two-thirds of the island. The island is an administrative region of France (with the regional capital being Ajaccio), divided in two administrative departments, Haute-Corse and Corse-du-Sud. The corresponding regional and departmental territorial collectivities, however, merged on 1 January 2018, forming the single territorial collectivity of Corsica. As a single territorial collectivity, Corsica enjoys a greater degree of autonomy than other French regional collectivities; for example, the Corsican Assembly is able to exercise limited executive powers. Bastia, the prefecture city of Haute-Corse, is the second largest town in Corsica. After being ruled by the Republic of Genoa since 1284, in 1755 Corsica became a self-proclaimed Italian-speaking Republic, until it was officially ceded by Genoa to Louis XV as part of a pledge for debts and subsequently annexed to France in 1769. Napoleon Bonaparte was born the same year in Ajaccio, and his ancestral home (Maison Bonaparte) is today a significant visitor attraction and museum. Due to Corsica's historical ties with the Italian peninsula, the island retains many Italian cultural elements, and the native tongue is recognized as a regional language by the French government.
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