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Roch Filippi
Village De Cassano


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Located in the charming village of Empire General Eugene ORSATELLI, just a short 10-minute drive from the beach and 15 minutes from Calvi, discover the exquisite 17th-century house meticulously restored by Roch FILIPPI. Prepare to be enchanted by our beautifully furnished two rooms that will captivate your heart.


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extra bed
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2 75 95




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