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Il Chiassetto Bolgheri

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Via Lauretta 2, 58022 Bolgheri, Tuscany, Italy
+39 339 663 0171

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Il Chiassetto Bolgheri
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A road of 4 km bordered by cypresses will bring back in time who drives towards the castle of Bolgheri. magnetically obliged to pursue the horizon at the end of the road, you will arrive in the end at the tower which indicate the entrance in the village; beyond the tower you will discover a an handful of tiny streets suspended in the silence of the surroundy countryside: time will become an unnecessary dimension. Enjoy the peace, the streets reminding a simple life, the country that spreads around untill it falls in the sea; taste the wine of its taverns, let your stay become unforgettable! There is, in Tuscany, no province that can represent all the characteristics of the region in an area of limited size as the Coast of the Etruscans: sea, hills, history, good food, wine, nature: all these ingredients, that make famous worldwide our region, are concentrated in this strip of land that extends from Livorno to Piombino. Inhabited since the fifth century BC by the Etruscans, the remains of whom are still visited in Populonia, over the centuries the Coast of the Etruscans saw the succession of the Roman domination and, subsequently, the birth of medieval fiefdoms that have left a legacy of charming villages as Suvereto, Campiglia, Bibbona. Every season is suitable to visit this region, in every moment of the year a range of activities will make pleasantly difficult to make your choice. The sea, which borders the region, offers all varieties of attraction: the fine sand of San Vincenzo, Castagneto, Cecina, the rocks of Castiglioncello, until the white beaches of Rosignano, you can find both the comfort of beach facilities but also long flaps of uncontaminated sand, where pine forests falls into the sea. The hinterland is rich in attractions, from medieval villages, spas, the road of wine, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves… the hinterland is so rich that you will forget to be a few km from the sea. And even the food, rooted in the Tuscan tradition, ranges from meat to fish, animated by some of the most prestigious Italian wines…

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  • Internet
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Non-smoking rooms available
  • Pets allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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