Address: Via Magliano, 3 , Marina Di Massa, Tuscany, 54039, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Magliano, 3 , Marina Di Massa, is near Church of San Francesco and Marble Caves of Carrara.
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    Travel Blogs from Marina Di Massa

    A short walk

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... at the cliff side cafe, as we were considering walking the inland route to Manarola. Believe Via dell' Amore has been closed for a few years now, no idea when it will reopen. Swallowing meds routinely, and it seems to be keeping the knee in line, so game to try another walk.

    Located the trailhead and started up. From our location at lunch, I'd seen this trail on the opposite side of the ...

    Cinque terre

    A travel blog entry by kikikiara on Jul 16, 2014

    ... train to Corniglia. 380 stairs later we got to the town centre and ate the bestttttt gelato ive ever had. Again we jumped on the train to manarola. At manarola the water was filled with heaps of young people jumping off rocks and swimming in rock pools. We got the train back to riommagiore and got a hugeeee pizza for dinner and had it in our room with wine, over looking the ...

    Vernazza and the beautiful Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by funinitaly on Apr 22, 2014

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    ... reached Portofino around 10.30am. We had planned to walk part of the way to Portofino, but time didn't allow.

    Portofino is just magical. You can see why it's a playground for the rich and famous …and us!! :-) After having a cuppa (and using the bathroom in the restaurant), we strolled around the village and then walked up more steps (about 20 minutes worth) to see the views from Castello Brown, once the holiday home of the Mumm family (of champagne fame ...

    5 towns, 4 girls, 3 days, 2 hikes ,1 perfect trip

    A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Apr 06, 2014

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    ... realized that each town was tiny. The first day it was a little rainy out so we went to explore the city, after going up and down three streets, we had seen it all. This was not a disappointment however because even through the rain we could tell that we had ended up in one of the prettiest places in the world. The water was bluer than any blue I have ever seen and there were mountains and vineyards. This is what I pictured when I thought of Italy before coming. We ...

    Monterosso, Home Base for a Cinque Terre Tour

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jul 18, 2013

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    ... used by tourists and locals. The beach is the only extensive sand beach in the Cinque Terre.

    The village was briefly excluded from the Cinque Terre trail in 1948, but was re-introduced in mid-1949. This is because Italian officials considered the village too large to be considered part of the historic trail.

    The area is famous for its many lemon trees that can be seen throughout Monterosso. It is also renowned for its white wines, grapes, and olives.