Agriturismo Le Pale

Address: Via Pale 5, Bogliasco, Italian Riviera, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Via Pale 5, Bogliasco, is near Abbazia di San Fruttuoso, Golfo Paradiso, Chiesa di Santo Stefano, and Bagni Doria.
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      Travel Blogs from Bogliasco

      The Cinque Terra

      A travel blog entry by lesley-michael on Jun 03, 2013

      12 photos

      ... for lunch. Another beautiful not so small town with gorgeous beaches and a village atmosphere by the water.

      Levanto is a quaint village on the Mediterranean and one of the starting points to the Cinque Terra National Park walk. We are off today to walk through the 5 villages.

      We have tackled 2 legs of Cinque Terra - the only ones opened, ...

      Leaning tower

      A travel blog entry by global_montys on Dec 09, 2012

      ... round the corner from the leaning tower. There are heaps of people everywhere and no parking. We find a parking spot about 15 min walk away. What a beautiful sunny day. We couldn't have picked a better day to come here. The sun is shinning and the sky is clear. We stop and get some piccys. We stop for a hotdog and a drink just soaking up the sunshine. Man this ...

      Day 53 Monterosso - Vernazza - Corniglia

      A travel blog entry by cust4 on Jun 10, 2011

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... and tomato bruschetta!

      Unfortunately the sea was still rough and the ferries weren't running as we were keen to see the villages from the water and had planned to catch it back to Monterosso, so it was back to the train and in typical Italian fashion got our second delayed train of the day back to Deiva Marina where for the 1st time a conductor came through to check tickets.

      Unfortunately the Cinque Terre train pass we had ...

      Cinque Terre (literally 5 towns)

      A travel blog entry by spo_rt on May 12, 2010

      20 photos

      ... over the sea, over all the houses and the olive groves in the area. There are murals along the walkway showing the painstaking work that it took to create Cinque Terre; which has man made terraces from sea level to the highest peaks along the entire coastline - it has been likened to the Great Wall of China given the amount of work that it took to create. Apparently there were 8 millions tonnes of dry stone walls build across the hills of Cinque Terre and it appeared that every ...

      Getting back to the now....

      A travel blog entry by reneedm on Feb 19, 2009

      ... was delictable goodness and I savoured every single bite. Angus got a gelati and after seeing how much he got for 2 euro I decided that today I could do what I wanted.... and I wanted gelati. I got one and thouroughly enjoyed it... yay for gelati! Angus and I headed back and ate half a pizza each and a cuisine of chickpeas, tuna, crackers and philly cream. The place had no kitchen (or kettle!) which was a bit of a bummer, but we made do! The next day we met some crazy "french minions" ...