Perfect base in Tuscany for getting around but also having a home base that has shopping, culture and food! We were there right before the Palio meaning we got to see much of the pomp without the enormous crowds and inflated prices. Stay for a few days, relax, and enjoy this delightful hilltop town.
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- 86Italy1 review
If you want a gorgeous super-chic beach, than this is the place for you! Clean, clear water that is so calm it feels like you are swimming in a pool - then relax on superfine combed sandy beaches. This is the life!
- 89Italy1 review
Tiny town near Lake trasimeno. A great place for a super mellow holiday.Explore nearby vineyards and fish restaurants, go kayaking on the lake, hang out by the pool.
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- 95Italy2 reviews
Marina di Bibbona in Toscana é un buon posto dove prendersi una pausa e andare a fare una nuotatina al mare. É un luogo tranquillo dove rilassarsi!
- 96Italy1 review
- 97Italy4 reviews
This is a good beach town if you don't have a car or prefer just to relax without moving around too much. Apartment rentals and paid beach areas can be had for slightly less than further south along the coast. The town is perfect because you can walk to the beach and to all the stores, there are shady parks ...
- 98Italy2 reviews
Chiusi, the ancient city of King Porsenna, is a city of Etruscan origin. The tombs, which are very interesting, are visible in the surrounding areas .Ask at the museum office to visit them. at the moment you arrive at the museum for the visit. They will arrange. Tuesday evening and Thursday you may visit the monkeys tomb and saturday morning ...
- 99Italy1 review
Loro Ciuffenna is a beautiful village situated on the river Arno which flows through the centre of the village. The views are spectacular contrasting between the snow capped hills which surround the area and the clean and fast flowing river which runs along a rocky and dramatic passage. The people are friendly and in February which is when we visited ...