Agrihotel Elisabetta

Address: Via Tronto 10-14 , Cecina, Tuscany, 57023, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Tronto 10-14 , Cecina, is near Orciatico.
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      Travel Blogs from Cecina

      Pisa and Lucca: More interesting than thought!

      A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jul 28, 2013

      69 photos

      ... was made differently than others (using no yeast) and a fairly fruity red wine. The wine at this winery, which produces only 60,000 bottles annually, is mostly for the owner's restaurant in New York (70%), 10% goes to England and the rest is drunk by tourists like me(!) at these tastings or purchased by them to take with.

      Back to the bus, which this time was only across the street, we returned to Florence by 7 pm-an hour or so later than planned, due to the ...

      Finally, the leaning tower of Pisa

      A travel blog entry by emily.louise on Mar 18, 2013

      11 photos

      ... experience. It was a really dark and cloudy day, but when we got to the top the sun somehow came out and it was a great few of the cathedral and the baptistry. Its odd that the leaning tower is comparable to the bell tower in Florence. Imagine if the bell tower was leaning!

      By that point, I was ready to get out of Pisa. After getting Luke's souvenir, a leaning tower mini, it was time to head home. Glad I saw the tower, but would never feel the need to go ...

      Kareoke in Cecina

      A travel blog entry by samjam on Aug 12, 2012

      7 photos

      Arrived in Cecina on the train from Pisa, and walked for about an hour in the hot sun with all our gear to find the campsite. We were planning on staying for four nights (in hind sight we were glad we didnt) but they only had room for us for one night, even that was a stretch.

      Turns out camping beside the mediterranean in Tuscany is not as dreamy as it sounds. After putting up the tent on a very hard piece of dirt (only 100m from the sea so ...

      Cinque Terre 1-Some Paths Are Not Meant To Follow

      A travel blog entry by juliecklein on May 09, 2012

      12 photos

      There are five towns that make up the Cinque Terra. We stayed in Riomaggiore the southern most of the five. They are connected by boat, train, and paths, each of which is about 1/2 to 2 miles in length. In the right circumstance (and if you are in shape) you can follow the paths from the one we stayed in to the farthest one (Monterosso al Mare) in about 5 hours. Don's original plan was to take a boat ride from Riomaggiore (our town at one end) to Monterosso (at the other ...

      Lucca's a looker, but you can lean on Pisa!

      A travel blog entry by olly-lisa-poppy on Aug 08, 2011

      1 comment, 38 photos

      ... day was earmarked for exploring so we headed off after breakfast for the historic walled city of Lucca. The city walls were built in the Renaissance time and are an impressive feat of engineering, and now a lovely way to walk around the city. Once inside the city you can't
      swing a cat without hitting some form of church, or religious building (including a column covered church with a rather imposing Saint Michael on it!).


      Traveler Photos Agrihotel Elisabetta Cecina

      Luigi Brunetti and our guide, Paolo.
      Castiglione Della Pescaia, Italy