Agriturismo Costa Etrusca
Travel Blogs from San Vincenzo
... made the drive nearly 5 hours.
We were driving in the middle of nowhere as Souf would regularly comment. He was getting very nervous about the accommodation that i had booked...However when we got here we were all very excited.. The place is amazing. The view from our place is spectacular, we are on the second floor and look over the mountains. In the morning and in the evening the sunset and sunrise is beautiful. There are bunny ...
From Lerici to Cecina via Pisa in about 135k. The first half was basically stop and go on the seemingly endless beach road. The second half was way more urban than is ideal for a group of cyclists. We did bust through the crowds in Pisa to look at the tower. We also got a good look at the soft white underbelly of the port of Livorno. The ride ended in disarray with me with a double flat on a controlled highway not on the official route. ...
... tasted great. Freshly stocked with fruit for the day, we headed southwest toward the Tuscan coast of the Tyrerean Sea. Again winding our way through the countryside, we stopped for lunch and a stroll in the town of Massa Marittima. We got lost searching for the old part of town in a maze of confusing streets and hills. (Massa Merittima has an "old town" and a "new town", and we definitely wanted to see the ...
... public space. The impressive Palazzo Pubblico overlooks Piazza de Campo. Our attempts to avoid some of the busiest streets brought us quite unintentionally to the back of Siena's main cathedral. It was quite a sight in the evening sunlight. We wrapped up our first day in the Tuscan countryside with a dinner of pizza and Tuscan wine at a restaurant frequented by locals that was near to where we were staying (about 20 kilometers north of ...
Preparing to leave Tuscany and head back home we left Siena and headed for Monteriggioni a small preserved village with stone walls then Colle di Val d'Elsa famous for its lead-glass crystal production.
We headed for one of the most visited medieval towns of Tuscany - San Gimignano famous for the high number of stone made towers still remaining. Full of visitors most of the buildings inside the walls are now shops here one can buy wine, cheese, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking