Residenza Santa Cecilia

Address: Via Vittorio Emanuele II 129, San Vincenzo, Tuscany, 57027, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Vittorio Emanuele II 129, San Vincenzo.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Beach
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Residenza Santa Cecilia San Vincenzo

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from San Vincenzo

          Elba-a piccolo vacanze from our vacanze !!

          A travel blog entry by rnnladolcevita on Oct 12, 2015

          4 comments, 60 photos

          ... upon his arrival, Napoleon spun into a veritable tornado of activity, ordering a plethora of public works like boosting agriculture, road-building, marsh draining and a thorough overhaul of the legal and education systems. He also oversaw improvements to the island's iron-ore mines.
          Nine months later, in a panic over rumors that nervous European leaders were scheming to have him shipped off to the remote Atlantic island of Saint Helena, Napoleon slipped aboard ...

          It's raining GRAPES

          A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Oct 02, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

          Cloudy dark skies lay ahead of us today. We started the day dry and it wasn't long before we were both soaked to the core. The rain showed no sign of letting up. It made it difficult for us to navigate our way through city roundabouts and highway exits. Not really sure the route we were suppose to be going we ended up on a busy highway that is forbidden to bicycles. We learnt the hard way, we were thrashing along in the rain when we heard ...

          Yes we did it ...

          A travel blog entry by mikeandann on Sep 25, 2015

          5 comments, 7 photos

          ... t expect it to be leaning that much". Make of that what you will! We visited the Duomo which, once again, was filled with amazing paintings, gold, very impressive statues and a sarcophagus of one of the previous Popes.
          The Bapistry is known for its acoustics and every half an hour the doors are closed and someone sings, chants, etc. so the acoustics can be experienced - the ticket man closed the doors, walked to the centre then did some ...

          Our last day in Italy before heading home

          A travel blog entry by johnhadfield on May 07, 2015

          6 photos

          For our last day we thought we would drive around and see several Roman ruins which were shown on maps. The maps we had clearly showed the locations but we couldn't find them.

          While we didn't see the Roman ruins, we did see the massive geothermal energy system around Larderello.
          The countryside has huge pipes running through it, and while not pretty, they are much better than coal mines. Apparently Italy is ranked 5th in the world for renewable energy.

          We ...

          Wine, Hobbitts and Not Olive Trees.

          A travel blog entry by jott086 on May 20, 2013

          6 photos

          ... the wine tasting, the driver didn't get any, we left for Montecatini where we are spending two nights at an ancient inn. It used to be a very grand hotel and still shows it's elegant past in the scroll work of the staircase, the wood of the doors, high ceilings and ornate chandeliers, She is an old lady though when it comes to the plumbing and furniture. My bed feels like the saggy old beds we slept in as kids but not as comfortable. I think tours are what saves them. The staff ...