Pineta dell'Iguana

Address: Via della Pineta 10, Lavagna, Italian Riviera, 16030, Italy | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on Via della Pineta 10, Lavagna.
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          Travel Blogs from Lavagna

          Day 5 - Levanto (Cinque Terre)

          A travel blog entry by klakev on Mar 16, 2015

          18 photos

          ... Jeff decided to go buy some pesto etc after our showers. We met in the lobby and set out. It was raining again. We ended up going to a little shop and bought pesto, olive oil, and a little hard of olives. We still had lots of tine so the two of us walked down to the ocean to get a closer look. Then we just walked around the town for a bit. It was pretty cold so we stopped for coffee at a cafe. We each had a teeny tiny cup. They're pretty funny. Pretty ...

          Cinque Terre

          A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 23, 2014

          11 photos

          ... It took an age as it was the local train but too bad. We got off at the first village Monterosso (after a few drops of rain, surprisingly) Monterosso has crystal clear waters, reefs and the only sandy beach in cinque terre. It is also the biggest , surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. Biggest but not the best so onto another local train and off to Vernazza which is more quintessentially cinque terre. It was ...

          A Day of Rest in Lavagna

          A travel blog entry by cpeirson on Jul 24, 2014

          3 photos

          ... Genovese clans. It suffered Turkish pirate raids and was taken over by Napoleon in 1797. The name was given to the slate that is used as roof tiles and paving stones, quarried from the nearby San Giacomo Mountains. "Lavagna" in Italian means chalkboard, because the slate from this area was used for years in the schools.The heart of the city is the beautiful Piazza Marconi, lined with pastel palaces, and flanked on one side by ...

          Corniglia and more Manarola

          A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 07, 2014

          1 comment, 24 photos

          ... nativity scene that we can see from our room. I had seen a sign that showed pictures of many nativity scenes on the hills and that they are displayed between December & January. I guess this one doesn’t get taken down and it was lit up the first night we were here.


          The trek was rather difficult. Close to 300 high steps made out of slabs of crumbling slate. I could have used a pair of those hiking poles. But we made it and as usual the views were ...

          Some well needed rest

          A travel blog entry by europeon2wheels on Jul 16, 2013

          6 photos

          Woke up at 10 and went out with Jocke in Lavagna. We went to the bakerie, the butcher and to a coffee shop for an espresso. We then went back home and made breakfast on the balcony. The day was spent down at the beach. In the evening we went to the next village Sestri Levante to have dinner. We found a neat place situated right on the beach where we enjoyed a nice ...