Hotel il Mulinaccio

Address: Via delle Caldanelle, 2 , San Vincenzo, Tuscany, 57027, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via delle Caldanelle, 2 , San Vincenzo.
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    Travel Blogs from San Vincenzo

    Volterra

    A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Jul 25, 2015

    7 photos

    ... into the main square. There is a wedding about to start in the town hall. We see the bridal car arrive, and all the tourists clap when the bride gets out. There are lots of shops selling alabaster. We see some very ancient looking Etruscan Ruins. We pass a large round fort. I take a photo of it, and then walk up the hill to see whether we can have a look inside. There is a long queue. I then see a sign saying that this is a State Prison, and that you will be arrested if ...

    Procchio

    A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Jun 10, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Day 3 of relaxing on the shores of the Med on the island of Elba, and....damn it's been tough....!
    We have had to walk the 500m to the local village and buy some groceries, and have had a swim every 30 mins, ..and surprising how much colder the water is than yesterday, for no apparent reason....it was a warm night, yet today the water must be 2or 3 deg ...

    Andiamo a Volterra

    A travel blog entry by hannistrong on May 13, 2015

    41 photos

    ... with the history of the Villa.

    Our destination for the evening: Volterra. Ancient Etruscans made this hilltop one of their capital cities, long before the Romans ever dreamed of empires and decadent lifestyles. Historians believe that the Romans learned how to build keystone arches from the Etruscans, and we walked down a steep hill to a well-preserved Etruscan arch, which has served as a gateway to Volterra since at least ...

    Looking around Montecastelli Pisano

    A travel blog entry by johnhadfield on May 06, 2015

    10 photos

    ... known to the ancient Etruscans as Velathri and to the Romans as Volaterrae. It was an interesting place, and we spent some hours there. It is very old. The Church of San Francesco was closed but we did manage to get insude St Michele Church, another very ancient building. It was begun around 1259 and has been added to and restored many times since.

    On a whim we decided to head over to Cecina, a seaside town to the west of Volterra. It is no ...

    A Happening Town on a Saturday

    A travel blog entry by powderhorn on Apr 11, 2015

    21 photos

    On our drive from Montepulciano to Lucca we decided to stop into Volterra. We were fortunate enough to find a parking spot adjacent to the Saturday market that was in full swing with vendors selling all sorts of stuff. We sampled some cheese and ended up buying some on our way out.





    We had a look at some ancient Roman ruins and toured some shops selling ...