Hotel Le Pleiadi

Address: Via M. Civitali 51, Forte Dei Marmi, Tuscany, 55042, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via M. Civitali 51, Forte Dei Marmi, is near Church of San Francesco and Tuscan Tennis.
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    Travel Blogs from Forte Dei Marmi

    Walking the Trails of Cinque Terre.

    A travel blog entry by jacquidaly on Oct 25, 2015

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... a brief description of the Cinque Terre. We started off our walk by catching the train to Corniglia, because the first 2 trails are closed for maintenance, and won't be opened until next year (there have been awful mudslides in the area in the last few years, taking out towns and trails) The first leg of the walk started with a zig zag stair case leading from the train station to the first town - Corniglia. I thought this stair case was ...

    Walking the Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by jagosperring on Jun 25, 2015

    13 photos

    ... the best of the beaches in the Cinque Terre and our base for the 3 nights. The path cut deep into the rock through farmland and to our right always the glistening blue of the Mediterranean Sea. Vernazza was stunning, with its natural pier and almost amphitheatre shape we decided it was probably the most picturesque of the 5 villages. From here we took the train to Corniglia set high on the clifftop. If we thought the climb from the railway station to ...

    Riomaggiore is now on your bucket list!

    A travel blog entry by lynne.jambor on Apr 06, 2015

    5 photos

    ... full day on the water wandering from Monterossa, to Vernazza, and Pontevenere. The medieval castles and old fortifications built to repell vikings, etruscans, romans, and just about every waring italian state through the centuries have withstood many assaults, rebuilding, up to the present renovations for tourists. We shopped locally, ate locally ...

    Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by emmaspiers on Aug 21, 2014

    19 photos

    Translated means five lands and refers to five fishermen villages I had the privaledge to explore. Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso all make up the villages and each are as beautiful as the next. Unfortunately, due to flooding we weren't able to hike between them all but two of the tracks were open and i think at the end of the day, ...

    Sydney to Milan to La Spezia and the Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by alexsandral on May 12, 2014

    3 photos

    ... on the plane, I was given a pass to go through customs and immigration as a VIP (the Governor was processed in front of me), I was boarded first with the wheel chair passengers - which incidentally looked like a day out from the nursing home as we progressed down the passage to the plane - and my bag was given a Business Class priority sticker so it came out first in Milan. All I can say is that my eyes must have looked pretty scary to this customer service woman. ...