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Casentino National Park

Casentino National Park

The National Park of the Casentinese Forests, Monte Falterona and Campigna (its full name) is the largest one in Italy, covering an area of aprox. 36.000 hectares (about 15.000 acres), between Tuscany and Romagna regions. It extends over the Tuscan-Emilian Apennine ridge. On the Tuscan side it descends gradually on ....

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From Arezzo through Casentino Valley

From Arezzo through Casentino Valley

Historic Center of Arezzo:

Start or end of your daytrip can be the cozy town of Arezzo – a former major Etruscan center and, in the following periode, Roman Center and nowadays an agriculture and economic city known for its jewelry and textile industry. Arezzos old city center holds a Medici ....

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Arezzo

Arezzo

Arretium, as it was called in the past, was one of twelve major Etruscan cities and numerous artifacts have been found and are visible now in the Archeological Museum of the city. During the Roman period the citys main industry was the production of coral vases but a crisis of ....

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Mar Morto

Mar Morto

MAR MORTO is a free, unspoilt beach surrounded by natural cliffs creating natural basins - an ideal environment for snorkeling and taking a bath in the cristal clear and shallow water. Bring mask and fins and you will have a great time watching fishes in the clear blue water.

As ....

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Spiaggia Lunga

Spiaggia Lunga

Spiaggia Lunga is a beautiful public beach located on the peninsula Monte Argentario near the charming sea port Porto Ercole. It is possible to rent sunbeds and sun umbrellas.    
It is mainly sandy beach, surrounded by cliffs exposed to South and SE winds. 

You reach Spiaggia Lunga from Porto ....

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