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We went to Spelunca with children below 10 yrs. old. We chose the path from Evisa (we parked a car on the main round close to entrance to tourist path and cemetery) which was our first mistake. Why? Because this path is not very interesting,...More
Lovely walk in the woods and gorge.
We started from Evisa and walked down the zig zag path to the bridge (Pont du Zaglia) at the bottom (a 600m drop). The path is in good condition and nothing technical, but it is still a toughish...More
Wonderful walk along the gorges de Spelunca. Three beautiful Genuese bridges to cross and many great places for a refreshing swim and picknick. Park the car in Ota and walk the trail to Evisa. We walked for 1,5 hours to the third bridge and then...More
The drive is narrow and winding but a beautiful tour of the area. Once parked off the side of the road the entrance to the gorge is right by a bridge with river bed you can swim and dip in. It is about an hour...More
The rode to the parking lot is already an adventure, due to the small and winding road.
The wakker to the lake is longer and hezvier toen expected.
One should take in account 2hrs for the eastern way up, instead of the 1.15hrd that is...More
Drove through Spelunca gorges from Evisa to Porto at sunset. Great experience. The ride is more exciting for the car's passengers. The driver must pay attention as the road is very narrow and curved. Anytime a bunch of pigs or goats could pop out from...More
This is a very nice walk which is easy going. It is possible to swim at a number of places In the gorge. We chose to swim near the Zaglia bridge then returned to have lunch and another swim at the end of the trail...More
After the experience in scandola and Calanche cliffs, we drove back to Ajaccio via the gorge de spelunca. First a warning, the road is very narrow and cars are going in both directions so keep your eyes on the road.
The views from this road...More