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

      Riomaggiore to Pisa to Lucca - Steady rain 18deg

      A travel blog entry by kenb on Nov 10, 2014

      ... then went out again at night- not so bad as rain down to light drizzle and shops now open- great variety of little boutiques. Kim would love it. Dinner at Da Vasco - typical Tuscan food recommended by Maria. Zuppa Farro (beans and grain soup) a bit bland but great with black pepper and a bit of olive oil, Trippe ( in rich tomato and carrot sauce- fantastic) and finish with a sweet veg and raisin pie. Best meal yet for 29€ with a half red. Rain and thunder all ...

      Italian Riviera - Porto Venere and Isola Palmaria

      A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on Jun 10, 2014

      34 photos

      ... It was a beautiful spot and I felt recharged after I'd been there - we are so lucky at home to live with the birds and animals close to us and to have natural places nearby - it's a privilege we shouldn't take for granted. After a couple of hours swimming and making fantastical sand creations ala Choccywoccydoodah (if you have cable TV you may have seen this program - Em and I became addicted to it in Holland, along with Say Yes to the Dress and Cake ...

      Venice and Riomaggiore Cinque Terre Italy

      A travel blog entry by xtine13 on Sep 24, 2013

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... maybe 18 inches wide on very steep cliffs, and lots and lots of steps. Christine decided she was fitter than she thought she was. We passed so many people walking from Monterosso to Vanezza - all ages and nationalities - Australians, Americans, Germans, Italian, Danish, British. We did have concerns about some people. We are sure they would have had to turn back because it was definitely not an easy trek and seeing a few walking in jandals would have made it very difficult ...

      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 ...

      Hiking the Hills

      A travel blog entry by ramblinrover on Jun 01, 2013

      1 comment, 28 photos

      Early Thursday morning I left my hotel and caught a train for Cinque Terre. After one train cancelled it's route and the other severely delayed, I realized I wasn't going to make my 5:00pm check-in deadline and had to stop for the night at Genoa. I was a bit disappointed, but went out to walk the streets and found my favorite Gelataria (Italian ice cream shop), Grom, had opened a shop in Genoa. I first had ...