Wonderful quiet village, sweet hosts and comfortable rooms. Francisco knows oh so much about wine, and Mirella knows oh so much about Italian food. The nearby pub serves excellent espresso in the morning and good local Italian food in the evening. Nearby, at the top of a hill, in what had been a castle, is a destination restaurant. One can walk up there from the Palazzo del Duca. THIS is Italy!
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- Are you looking for an off beaten path Italian vacation, a mix of Italian rural life, contact with nature, relax and tranquillity? Palazzo del Duca offers all of that in the magic atmosphere of a 17th century old palazzo situated in the heart of a lovely tiny medieval village surrounded by the natural beauty of the Tuscan-emilian Appennines National Park. A paradise for lovers of all activities in close contact with nature: trekking, hiking, fishing, horse riding, canoeing etc. Etc. At very close distance there are the 100 Lakes Park and Alpi Apuane Park. We are in Tuscany, but very close to other 2 regions, Liguria and Emilia Romagna. The area is gem-set between mountains and sea. In 30 minutes driving you can go skiing in the winter or you can go visiting one of the most beutiful coasts of Italy, 5 Terre (Unesco Site), Portovenere and Gulf of Poets ... more less
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