Hotel Pelagone

Address: Loc Il Pelagone 28, Gavorrano, Tuscany, 58023, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Loc Il Pelagone 28, Gavorrano.
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Travel Blogs from Gavorrano

Siena - Volterra

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Jun 06, 2015

4 comments, 5 photos

... a simply delightful place!
I just loved it except that it has been "discovered" and there is bus-load after bus-load of bloody tourists clogging the beautiful place......
For Italy - amazingly neat and clean and tidy, and just cute as a button. Not too big - Siena disappointed me a bit because it was just too big ...

June 5, Arrivederci Roma

A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Jun 05, 2015

1 comment, 24 photos

... and make it to Montalcino via Pienza without any other problems.

Our stop in Pienza was our first visit to a Tuscan hilltown. Pope Pius II (of the Piccolomini family) was born in the area, and decided to remake the town into one fit for a Pope. It was a fine example of Renaissance architecture and planning principles, with a main square surrounded by the Duomo (church) and Palazzo (the pope’s family residence). The stone construction from the ...

Dinner with the countess of Volpaia

A travel blog entry by renebabin on Apr 28, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... more of a tour, in the large library I start asking question about the homes history, the home was built some time in the early 1600. The village dates back much farther, as she pulls out a book her father had made for her to give to her with the "property" on her wedding day. Silly me says, that's a nice present a book on the towns history AND you get the house, was corrected quite quickly ... "not just the house, I got all the ...

Siena : The Red City

A travel blog entry by rdumler on Oct 03, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... although there certainly are the olives and the vineyards as well. It's a gracious countryside. While most of the hilltop cities we've visited have been perched on cliffs and built of stone, Siena is built of red brick. Historically, The city state of Florence was a major enemy - and eventually Siena lost. But it's loss is our gain, today. Siena is smaller, 60,000 compared to 420,000 in ...


A travel blog entry by jose.dawn on Jul 04, 2013

76 photos

... July 4 and very fitting to stop and honor the 4,000 soldiers buried here from WWII that never made it back home. What a moving time to look over the endless sea of crosses honoring the soldiers sacrifices, and see our United States flag waving proudly.

We took a break from our travels and were surprised by the beauty of the medieval town of Siena, famous for its exciting Palio horse race right in the center of town in ...