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Parks & nature in Italian Riviera

National Park
“The most beautiful Parc along the coast is not far from the property, it is possible to go there by car or by train.”
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“There are 3 parks and a little rose garden to choose from. Very tranquil and beautiful!”
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Botanical Garden
“Hanbury botanical gardens are one of the main attractions in the province of Imperia. Located on the border with France, they cover a surface area of 18 hectares”
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“It's the most important square of Genova, where there are the biggest manifestations and events. It's simply unique with its big fountain, the Aldo Rossi designed opera theatre Carlo Felice, the Accademia di Belle Arti, the Palazzo della Borsa, the Palazzo della Regione and the Palazzo Ducale where you can visit the tower, the prisons, the Sala del Maggior Consiglio and Sala del Minor Consiglio and a lot of really interesting temporary exhibitions (for example Modigliani, Steve McCurry, Picasso, Munch, Frida Khalo, Wharol, Van Gogh...) ”
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National Park
“very nice but avoid going by car , villages are too little, there is no parking. You can go from Forte dei Marmi's pier by boat or by train.”
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“You can enjoy easy walk. Views from the mountains towards the Ligurian sea.”
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Nature Preserve
“Tourist route of about 800 meters in large rooms, between huge blocks broke away from time in the remote ages. Rich concretions of all shapes and colors due to the presence of various minerals.”
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“hike through the little trails on the Portofino mountain and discover the ancient town of San Fruttuoso”
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“The town of Porto Venere is located at the southern end of a peninsula, which, breaking away from the jagged coastline of the eastern Ligurian Riviera, forms the western shore of the Gulf of La Spezia, also called the "Gulf of Poets". At the end of this peninsula there are three small islands: the Palmaria, the Tino and the Tinetto; only the island of Palmaria, which rises right in front of the village of Porto Venere beyond a narrow stretch of sea, is in small part inhabited ..”
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Harbour / Marina
“You can get to Portofino or by boat or by train. The train stops in S.Margherita a cosy village on the see, typical for its pinted houses. In S. Margherita you take a bur to Portofino.”
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Harbour / Marina
“Il Porto Mirabello dista dall'appartamento di pochi metri e offre all'ospite atmosferiche nei locali sul mare”
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“Walk with breathtaking views in the pine wood of perfumes and Mediterranean flavors.”
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“Enjoy a drink on a "see bed" while you are looking into the see just at few step from your mathress. So nice and romantik ”
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Scenic Viewpoint
“la passeggiata sul lungomare, suggestiva e rilassante. the walk on the waterfront, suggestive and relaxing”
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Theme Park
“great excursion 2 hours driving from Portovenere to admire perfectly well kept caves ,in the Lunigiana Region , you can admire stalactites and stalagmites. You can aslo have great thermal hot springs baths in the area ”
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“UNESCO The particular geography of Genoa, which is articulated on a long strip of land close to the sea, often coincides with the thought that the city is only in its center. This peculiarity has a very significant impact on the life of the Genoese, who live their own "slice" of the city, between the mountains and the sea, making Genoa become a sort of federation of many small municipalities - as it was, between the other, until the first decades of the twentieth century. Pegli is one of the suburbs of the capital, and is completely different from the view of the industrial sites that you cross to get there. In the extreme west of Genoa, Pegli had developed in the second half of the ninetee”
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