Fewo Forte Dei Marmi

Via Matteotti 12 d, Forte Dei Marmi, Tuscany, 55043, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Forte Dei Marmi

Trattoria Billy, most magnificent meal & setti

A travel blog entry by yurgo56


... to deliver meals and drinks. Nothing seemed too much trouble to them! Relle had a freshly home made pasta and tomato sauce with tiger prawns. I had a fried mixed seafood which was prawns, scampi (calamari) and anchovies. They were both superb and we washed this down with a local bottle of white wine which came from the vines on the top seven terraces across the ...

First hike in Cinque Terre - fabulous!

A travel blog entry by dbats


... photos I have taken do not give you a real impression of how heroic the Italians are in growing their wines, fruit and vegies on such steep slopes.

It is said that if these farmers did not grow vegetation on these hills they would be uninhabitable. The coastline is only 14kms but there apparently is roughly 7,000kms of dry stone walls which have all been constructed by locals. There is an art to ...

Venice and Riomaggiore Cinque Terre Italy

A travel blog entry by xtine13


... out how to get the washing machine to go - until we discovered it wasn't plugged in. Then we had to find a socket. In the end we got Graham out of bed to move the fridge so we could unplug and use that socket for the washing machine. Then we had to use an adaptor to get the washing machine plug to fit into a socket. One of the sockets in the kitchen is verging on dangerous as you can see from the photo. The apartment is comfortable but actually ill equipped ( no tea towels, ...

The water's fine

A travel blog entry by katemc55


Last day at Cinque Terre; tomorrow Pete's off to Ashby via Genoa and London, and I will take the boat down the coast to Lerici. So a lovely relaxing day after a couple of exerting walking days... Up to the Capuchin Monastery at Monterosso, a beautiful church, with lovely, but rather public confessional booths, and a famous painting of the crucifixion by Van Dyck. Much simpler building style and use of timber, and great views.On to the ferry to Manarola, the only town we ...

Our Favourite of the Five

A travel blog entry by kim.samra


... town, we watched an amazing lightning show. Very cool. Without a doubt, Monterosso was our favorite town out of the five in this region. We loved its beachy feel, and the mix of the old and new parts of town. It would be great to return one day and actually hike between the towns. While the towns themselves were fun to visit, the main attraction here is certainly the beautiful coastal scenery: Deep turquoise waters and impressive tiered vineyards in the ...


This hotel, located on Via Matteotti 12 d, Forte Dei Marmi, is near Church of San Francesco and Tuscan Tennis.
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