Il Casolare Val di Mare

Address: Loc Val di Mare 27, Riparbella, Umbria, 56046, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Loc Val di Mare 27, Riparbella, is near Orciatico.
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      Travel Blogs from Riparbella

      Hiking the CinqueTerre hills

      A travel blog entry by ivrb on Oct 02, 2014

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... left to dry indoors and then hand sorted to include only the best fruit (at 155 Euro a bottle, we weren't drinking it). Olive trees grown here are renowned for excellent extra virgin olive oil. Cinque Terre landscape is harsh and wild and the coast reflects this nature. High cliffs reaching down hide minute shingle beaches - painful on bare feet – but the water is "very refreshing".

      The Cinque Terre (Five Villages):

      Best day so far

      A travel blog entry by ninarose30 on Jul 02, 2014

      ... we got dropped off. We finally checked in went to the horrible rocky beach which killed my sprained ankle. Before dinner we ate a fried seafood cone thing. And I tried fried anchovies for the first time. They weren't to bad. But looked gross after butting into them. We went to an amazing dinner and got three bottles of preseco, with some lemon nasty alcohol. After dinner we went to the rocks and sat and drank. I feel like we bonded and all the anger and hostility was gone. We ...

      Passing through Pisa

      A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth on Aug 13, 2013

      2 photos

      We stopped in Pisa and visited the famous square where the tower, cathedral, and baptistery are. No, we didn't take any "holding up the Leaning Tower" pictures.

      After a short visit to Pisa, we went to Holly's cousin's place in the Italian resort town of Castiglioncello, about 30 minutes south of Pisa by train. We were definitely there during the high season, the beaches were packed. During our time there, we mainly visited with ...

      Passing through Pisa.

      A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 05, 2013

      18 photos

      ... hours.
      The train ride was lovely enough with some nice scenery. We were there before we knew it.After a wander around trying to find luggage storage we found it right at the other end of the station hidden in a little corner!!
      There wasn't really much of a line so we got in and out quickly. 4 euro to store one bag - pretty reasonable in my opinion.Now that our luggage was taken care of - we had to get to the Tower. The buses were going to be too confusing, busy and take too ...

      Day Trip in Pisa, Italy

      A travel blog entry by saradougherty on Feb 15, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... after this weekend)! We walked around Pisa ALL day until our legs were shaking and we were STARVING. We had a great dinner and had yummy gelato for desert. The Leaning Tower of Pisa was a lot of fun to see. It was amazing how many different people from around the world came to see the famous tower. As soon as we left the main piazza by the leaning tower, Pisa instantly lost its touristy feel and became a true italian ...