Il Bottaccio

Address: Via Bottaccio, 1, Montignoso, Province of Massa Carrara, Tuscany, 54038, Italy | Castle
 
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This castle, located on Via Bottaccio, 1, Montignoso, is near Church of San Francesco, Marble Caves of Carrara, and Nicola.
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      Travel Blogs from Montignoso

      Angelo's Boat Tour.

      A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 27, 2014

      8 comments, 24 photos

      ... anchor just off Manarola, the 4th of the 5 towns. His boat could not get into the harbour there so half of us climbed into his wooden speedboat that was being towed along behind us. ( I thought it was a spare!) And he boated us into the shore. We walked up numerous stairs to a lookout he recommended while he went back for the others. The view from up here was unbelievable. The water is crystal clear and the colours of the houses and boats everywhere made it seem like ...

      Trailblazers! (Not)

      A travel blog entry by mandyjak on Jul 03, 2014

      9 photos

      ... kinds of craft, clothes and food. One small takeaway store was called Mamma Mia - and had loud Abba Music coming from it! I know that Mama Mia is an Italian phrase but I found confusing as the movie was set in Greece! Anyhow they were serving the best fried Calimari rings!! Delicious! It was while we were munching on the calimari that we crossed paths with the American lady we'd met yesterday! She'd thought against doing the walking track, so had spent the ...

      Grapes, trains, and no automobiles...

      A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 11, 2013

      22 photos

      You know what they say, "a picture is worth a thousand words," so this post is all about the pictures. I will say a few things about the visit, but really, I think it's more important for you to just see what we saw...it was truly exhilarating! We arrived in Cinque Terre on a stormy afternoon. The drive from Bologna was beautiful, and getting to Monterosso, the northern most city of the five, was relatively painless. We parked in a garage just outside of town--you can't ...

      Exploring Cinque Terre....

      A travel blog entry by lawrudd on Jul 02, 2013

      9 photos

      ... the highest peak is at the top right corner of the frame (about 8-10 feet higher than what we jumped off) where the young kids were performing for the crowd.

      We ended up hanging out there for 3.5 hours, Loretta sunning and watching people while JR & I swam and jumped off the rocks. We realized we missed our opportunity to check out the last village which we will have to save for another day. Back on the train home. A little downtime back at the hotel ...

      Day Fourteen, To Italy’s Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by seasalt on Sep 08, 2012

      33 photos

      ... bed, we sat on the beach with Rony, Shannon, and Karen and watched the stars. There must have been some sort of festival or celebration, because a large group (dare I say throng?) of people were carrying a statue of the Virgin Mary through the street, holding candles and singing. Looking out at the sea, I could see hundreds of lit candles or lanterns, I couldn’t quite tell, floating along in the water. It was just another pinch-me moment in a long string of moments. ...