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

    Cinque Terre!

    A travel blog entry by steph.parham on Apr 05, 2014

    1 photo

    This place was absolutely gorgeous. Some parts of it reminded me a bit of Cape Cod which was good because it felt very homey for me. We went into two different parts of Cinque Terre, Manarola and Monterosso. Both towns were very similar but each had a different ...

    Beautiful Sunday in the Cinque Terres.

    A travel blog entry by finnigans on Aug 11, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    Woke early but brekky wasn't till 7:30 ...... Walked down the mariner and caught the boat Kev & John went by train & met us.... It was amazing sailing into these towns on the side of cliffs and the little coves....we went to or past all 5 Terre.... Was very relaxing.... We met the boys at Riomaggiore and caught the back train to Vernassa walked around there.... Found a place on the waterfront ...

    Cinque Terra

    A travel blog entry by bingsaway on Oct 11, 2012

    1 comment, 28 photos

    Well it has been a day of good and bad. The good, we arrived yesterday and were able to walk along the beach and enjoy this little town. The bad, not only did flooding last year result in significant damage to the little town of Vernanza, it also resulted in landslide that permanently closed the main walk between another two of the towns, Manarola and Corniglia. Then last month, another landslide caused a netting system (used to catch falling rocks ...

    Day 52 - Riomaggiore - Manarola - Corniglia

    A travel blog entry by cust4 on Jun 09, 2011

    8 photos

    ... lunch for our planned walk of some of the Cinque Terre trails, and to buy Greg a new hat so he didn't get sunburnt, after he lost his in Provence.

    The Cinque Terre is a world UNESCO heritage site and one that was a must visit for us on this trip.

    We then caught the train to Riomaggiore which was the furthest of the 5 villages along the Cinque from us planning to walk back the way we had come, then catch the train ...

    Cinque Terre (literally 5 towns)

    A travel blog entry by spo_rt on May 12, 2010

    20 photos

    ... the town, each family with its own little plot, again with the staples, lemons, grapes, olives and artichokes. A few with herbs, kale and cabbages. Many plots had a little drywall hut built and you could see that families often made a day of it coming up to their plots to tend the gardens.

    Eventually the walk around the garden terraces above the town ended and we were forced to descend again to the coastal trails, which we followed around in hope that the news of ...