Hotel Sabbia D'Oro

via della Repubblica 38, San Vincenzo, Tuscany, 57027, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Vincenzo

Sunday is the day of rest

A travel blog entry by waynelucas


Whilst ol sleepy head John whiles away the hours I am up and at em pounding the beach sand. By the way I envisage that this is to be one of the toughest chores I intend to undertake today. Into the main drag and purchase our 8.43 am train tickets for tomorrow into Roma. Mix with the locals, big day in the town as at 11.00 am many of the towns 12 year olds receive their religious diploma (assume similar to a confirmation) as such the church ...

R & R and very little else

A travel blog entry by waynelucas


I am up for wander along beach, John in bed where he seems to spend a lot of his time. Missing the best part of the day. The beach area where we are is just down from the marina full of expensive floating mansions and in the other direction beach resorts after beach resorts, all with the sun beds and umbrellas lined in rows. Return for breakfast and shower with latest morning shower time of trip - 10.00 am. Today the aim is to ...

Move on to no idea where

A travel blog entry by waynelucas


... 2 hours further on. Arrive in San Vincenzo mid arvo and wander beachside, a large harbour with lots of big boys toys. Ask for a room at a few places but are rejected as they do not fit my above criteria, we are going to be a little fussy as this is a three night rest stop. Ask around and a guy says try the white building just back there. We get to it but looks very fancy with big gates and fences all round (read expensive). Anyway ...

Last Day : Volterra

A travel blog entry by chris-phil-webb


... was over to the Etruscan ruins which resembled the fences on the Stoney Rises on the way to Colac! Probably been here a bit longer, though. My next visit was the imposing fortress built on to the top of the cliff. I couldn't get in and assumed it was closed for Easter. I realised as I left that the fortress was a prison still being used and the guards were looking down on me from the walls above. I thought they were other ...

The Chianti Tour!

A travel blog entry by chris-phil-webb


... to cellar door sales and wine tasting. Doing a winery crawl does not seem to be the done thing. It strikes me that eating is more important than wine tasting and on this sunny Easter Sunday many wineries were closed while all restaurants were open and busy. We hit the Chianti region at about 11am after a leisurely drive and stopped at Castellina for coffee and to pick up some tourist information. I gave ...


This 4 star hotel is located on via della Repubblica 38, San Vincenzo.
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