Villa Garden

Address: Via Sterpeti 56, Saturnia, Province of Grosseto, Tuscany, 58014, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located on Via Sterpeti 56, Saturnia, is near Acqua Verde, Toscana Saporita Cooking School, and Palazzo al Borgo di Corliano.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Garden Saturnia

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Saturnia

          Like bathing in hot rotten eggs...

          A travel blog entry by b_btravel on Sep 08, 2015

          16 photos

          ... we jumped online and booked a nice B&B just down the road. Convinced we couldn't drive the 900 metres immediately we had a dried out sandwich for lunch at about 4pm, where was our routine? Our previous attempts to locate the Thermal waterfalls had resulted in us finding a nice quiet spot just upriver of the waterfall, deep enough to swim in and only a few people around. Ready for round 2 we jumped in the water and enjoyed some sulphur bathing, this time in ...

          Cinque Terre

          A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 11, 2015

          8 photos

          What better way to spend Kate’s last day on our trip than the way it started: an absurd amount of exercise, gelato, and amazing views. We woke up at 6:30 this morning, earlier than any other day so far. Although, to be fair, we’re on vacation and we have yet to have a day without an alarm, so we’re all excited to sleep in tomorrow! After a quick breakfast, we put on athletic clothes and started the ninety minute drive to La ...

          Cinque Terre

          A travel blog entry by kirag on Aug 17, 2014

          15 photos

          We left Pisa very excited to come to Cinque Terre. This is where we first learnt that Italian trains here are worse than metro. We were crammed in on this train after switching at La Spezia and we hoped it was going to Riomaggiore, the first town. Luckily it did and from memory it was the first so we got off and eventually saw a sign that this was the correct station. We could see all of the cliffs and water very close to the tracks. It was beautiful! ...

          Pisa and the village of Biassa

          A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on Jun 07, 2014

          21 photos

          ... Leaning Tower did not fail to impress. One thing you might not know about the tower is that it is actually a bell tower (also called a campanile) for the adjacent cathedral, it has seven bells, one for each note on the musical scale. It currently has an unintentional lean of just under 4 degrees due to poor preparation of its foundations when it first started to be built in 1173. It took 199 years to complete the tower, which has ...

          La Spezia. Pisa and Florence

          A travel blog entry by jariel on Sep 30, 2013

          4 photos

          ... Stephen kept walking). The wine had reached my weak bladder by then and I was desperate for a loo. I would of paid €10 to wee but the Italians must have bladders like a camels hump - no public loos anywhere. Don't worry, a leather bag shop saved me. (?!???!). So we spent half our time in Florence looking for a toilette. It's definitely somewhere to return to and explore further (just don't have a large glass of chianti first). Chow, ...