Hotel Villa Domizia

Address: Strada Provinicale 161, no 40, Porto Santo Stefano, Tuscany, 58019, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Strada Provinicale 161, no 40, Porto Santo Stefano, is near Monte Argentario and Giglio Island.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Domizia Porto Santo Stefano

Reviewed by apeoffools

Nice hotel on a small island

Reviewed Sep 22, 2011
by (2 reviews) Oberhausen-Rheinhausen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany , Germany Flag of Germany

It is a really nice hotel on the small island Monte Argentario.
We had a great view from our balcone into an bay.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Domizia Porto Santo Stefano

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Travel Blogs from Porto Santo Stefano

If Silver Jewellery Is So Bad, Why Don't Statistics Show It?

A travel blog entry by lovingnomi170 on Jan 09, 15

... of jewellery it produces as compared to other metals, makes silver one of the most popular metal bases for jewellery. They consist of sterling silver or silver with gems.

The finest type of silver is normally sterling silver. While purchasing silver jewellery, inspect the general workmanship and make sure that the silver is not stained. You can likewise find silver jewellery with priceless gems connected which include sparkling colours to your ...

Quiet, peaceful Tuscanny

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Oct 26, 2014

11 photos

... check out the aquaduct from the Romans time. We peek into the church, check out the town square. We don't know a whole lot about this town, but the little nooks and crannys are appealing. It strikes you when you walk through the streets here that this is an acient village that is still a vibrant, on the go community now. This village is over 700 years old, but the people have adapted it to their needs. There is a village garage, postal delivery, propane ...

Oct. 4: Ponza island to Giglio Island

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Oct 04, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

Note on yesterday's blog. I do apologize for the mis-spellings, and incorrectly stating that we had lunch after Ventotene and Ponza. Obviously, we had lunch somewhere after Ventotene, and before Ponza, because we spent the night there. Shortly after midnight, like 12:30a.m., I. Was awakened by the roughness, and jostling of Milena, while at anchor. It felt like we were moving. I lay awake looking at the ceiling, until I heard Jacques go ...

1651. The Soul of Grossetto

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 11, 2013

12 photos

... a flat area, I guess they weren't going to cut any corners (literally!) in making it defensible. Within the walls themselves is a tourism office which--surprise! is open even though it's a Sunday. I would guess they don't get a lot of business, so I walk in and am given some tips on placs to visit and a map of the old city. Although small, it is fun to wander around, walking along the walls... under them... Relaxing in the piazza which has a particularly noble feel to ...

1650. The Lagoon Town

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 10, 2013

11 photos

... for a very unique geography. There's a nice walkway along the shore of the lagoon which makes you forget the heat a bit... then finally I reach a charming little town, guarded by a thick wall, just a few blocks wide and water on three sides. Out in the lagoon is an old windmill all by itself--a nice unique backdrop for my video clip. The narrow pedestrian street through the middle of town does have a lot ...