Villa Garden

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 Toscana Saporita Cooking School, Acqua Verde, and Palazzo al Borgo di Corliano.
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    Travel Blogs from Saturnia

    Two things about the weather....

    A travel blog entry by grahamgkd on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    We have now learnt two things about the weather in this part of Italy- it knows how to be hot and it knows how to rain.
    We managed to get under way soon after 08:00. The first part of the ride was on nice quiet roads through lovely countryside up to a little way beyond the lovely hilltop village of San Gimignano. We had an elevenses stop of spinach tortillas at San Gimignano.
    Some way after San Gimignano the rain started - the ...

    Riomaggiore - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by scottandmel on Jan 08, 2014

    ... with a water fountain! We spent some time there and enjoyed watching the sunset and then went to catch a train back to Riomaggiore. We had to wait over an hour for a train as they don't run that often here but we eventually got home! We headed to down to the marina and got some great photos of Riomaggiore at night and then had dinner at a little restaurant overlooking the marina!! We will sleep well tonight after a long but wonderful ...

    OMG ...I Went Up in a HOT AIR BALLOON

    A travel blog entry by perri on Sep 23, 2013

    1 comment, 37 photos

    ... run threw the forests and to follow a large flock of sheep being herded down a very narrow road. They looked like ants in the distance. There was large areas of heavy grape vines and olive trees which looked like donuts from above as the centres had been cut out of them to let the light in. The fields were pretty dry except for the odd ones growing alfalfa to feed the animal.

    It was so incredibly peaceful and serene. There ...

    Day 2 - Two Terre

    A travel blog entry by jb_dh_eurotrip on Jun 03, 2013

    1 comment, 24 photos

    Jen says:
    After our first day in Cinque Terre pretty much wiped us out. After the hours of hiking and the exploring the towns we wanted to take any easy day enjoying the last 2 Terre. However, our relaxing day was off to a rough start as we board the wrong train...then boarded the right train but got off on the wrong stop... So the first part of the day we spent annoyed with the trains and each other. Learning lesson from that ...

    Paying penance.

    A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp on Sep 25, 2012

    4 photos

    After surviving to live another day, we have decided that we dont have very good luck with tramping. Amalfi Coast and Cinque Terre have both been less than ideal. Never the less, we gave it another go and set out to do the walk up to Sanctuary Madonna dei Montenero, an 18th century chapel high in the hills above Riomaggiore. Each of the five villages has it own ...