Capalbio

Capalbio, Italy

Hotels in Capalbio

Capalbio Accommodations (4)
Villaggio Capalbio

Villaggio Capalbio

4.00 271 reviews

Via Casale Nuovo 24, Capalbio, Italy

Residence Valle del Buttero Capalbio

Residence Valle del Buttero Capalbio

4.50 257 reviews

Via Silone, 21, Capalbio, Italy

Agriturismo Rosaspina Capalbio

Agriturismo Rosaspina Capalbio

4.00 50 reviews

Strada della Sgrilla 41, Capalbio, Italy

Hotel la Palma Capalbio

Hotel la Palma Capalbio

2.50 33 reviews

loc. Chiarone Scalo, Capalbio, Italy

Travel Blogs from Capalbio

Capalbio Travel Blogs (6)
Getting lost is not always a bad thing..., Porto San Stefano, Italy travel blog

Getting lost is not always a bad thing...

A travel blog entry by bvang17

2

... of backtracking, we all agreed to stay on the coast. It was this decision that brought us to an island just off the coast of Italy, in the Mediterranean, and to the town of Porto San Stefano. We followed the road that took us from the mainland to the ...

The calm before the storm, Capalbio, Italy travel blog

The calm before the storm

A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony

41

... to the staff.   There was more countryside driving to our hotel which was at the bottom of another hilltop village, Capalbio. Everything was shut as it was Sunday night but we managed again to find one cafe open. We chatted to friendly English lady ...

1649. The Empty Sector of Tuscany, Capalbio, Italy travel blog

1649. The Empty Sector of Tuscany

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

1

... . I get off in what I think is Capalbio, but it's just a very small neighborhood by the train station, with the real Capalbio being a smudge of white far away in the mountains--not something I'm interested in spending half a day to walk to. I decide to ...

Touring Cabalbio in  SW Tuscany, Capalbio, Italy travel blog

Touring Cabalbio in SW Tuscany

A travel blog entry by suzieb2

17

... to the 15th Century. Although it was not open when we were there, apparently inside is an ancient Giacomo Puccini piano. Capalbio is completely enclosed within a double set of ancient walls, rebuilt by the Sienese to defend their centre, much of which ...