Our welcome to our historic home in Lunigiana

In Castelnuovo Magra, near the Cinque Terre Nature Park.

Where to sleep in a charming residence of charm

Where to sleep near Massa Carrara for business or holiday stays. Dimora Garibaldi is located near the Gulf of Poets.

For your beach vacations in Liguria

Among the paths and the lush nature of Lunigiana.

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Why choose Dimora Garibaldi

An exclusive stay... in a corner of paradise!
Why choose Dimora Garibaldi

Dimora GaribaldiCharming Historic Residence.

Take the ancient door and let yourself be wrapped in a magical atmosphere, fabrics and colors that bring you back in time. Restored with love and passion, Dimora Garibaldi has brought new light and splendor to this ancient noble palace which, with its lounges, the rich library and the small but enchanting museum on peasant life, is a true gem of the 700s belonging to John the Baptist Garibaldi, now home to charm in the central Via Dante.

Why choose Dimora Garibaldi

SuitesEquipped with every comfort.

Suites Verdi and Puccini consist of two bedrooms and four beds each, suitable for family stays. Suites Paganini, Bellini, Vivaldi and Donizetti are spacious double rooms, suitable for couples or business travelers.

Why choose Dimora Garibaldi

The breakfastTo get the best out of your day.

Breakfast is served outdoors on the terrace or inside the dining room. For any food intolerance it is mandatory to make it available during your booking or on your arrival.

Dimora Garibaldi

Take the ancient door and let yourself be wrapped in a magical atmosphere, fabrics and colors that bring you back in time.

Restored with love and passion, Dimora Garibaldi has brought new light and splendor to this ancient noble palace which, with its lounges, the rich library and the small but enchanting museum on peasant life, is a true gem of the 700s belonging to John the Baptist Garibaldi, now home to charm in the central Via Dante.

Suites Verdi and Puccini consist of two bedrooms and four beds each, suitable for family stays. Suites Paganini, Bellini, Vivaldi and Donizetti are spacious double rooms, suitable for couples or business travelers.

Breakfast is served outdoors on the terrace or inside the dining room. For any food intolerance it is mandatory to make it available during your booking or on your arrival.

Garibaldi House hosts groups of up to 16 people.



EMANUELE PUCCI
I am a traveler... the tourism I propose is the result of my passion and deep knowledge of my region.

Emanuele Pucci

Some photos of the Dimora Garibaldi...

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Our Suites

Verdi Vivaldi Bellini Donizetti Paganini Puccini

Suite Verdi
Verdi Suite is located on the third and last floor of the Dimora, furnished with original and authentic antique furniture, on the walls are paintings from the 18th and 14th centuries. The suite can accommodate up to four people, it consists of a bedroom with a matrimonial bed widescreen and a bedroom with a bunk bed. The suite features a white marble bathroom, fitted in classic style, towels and soaps set included; desk; Chest of drawers, trunk, two wardrobes, stand, sofa, chairs and mirrors. Three northeast windows overlook the village. Green Suite is particularly suitable for families. Breakfast is set outdoors on the terrace or inside the dining room. We only have selected products: jam, butter, pastry, bread, bread, salami, fruit and coffee, tea, barley, milk, fruit juice, yogurt, water.

For any food intolerance it is compulsory for the staff to be present at the time of booking or when arriving at the residence.

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Suite Vivaldi
Vivaldi Suite is located on the third and last floor of the Dimora, furnished with original and authentic antique furniture, on the walls are paintings from the 18th and 14th centuries. The suite consists of a large bedroom with a large double bed; White marble bathroom, fitted in classic style, towels and soaps set included; Desk and armchair, chest of drawers, wardrobe, bedside tables, chairs and mirrors. Three southwest windows overlook the River Magra River to the sea. Breakfast is set out on the terrace or inside the dining room. We only have selected selected products: jam, butter, pastry, focaccia, bread, salami, fruit and coffee, milk, barley, tea, fruit juice, water.

For any food intolerance it is compulsory for the staff to be present at the time of booking or when arriving at the residence.

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Suite Bellini
Bellini Suite is located on the second floor of the Dimora, furnished with original and authentic antique furniture, on the walls are paintings from the eighteenth and fourteenth centuries. The suite consists of a bedroom with a large double bed where you can add a baby cot or an adult bed. The suite features a white marble bathroom, fitted in classic style, towels and soaps set included; Wardrobe, trunk, writing desk, armchair, bedside tables, hanging clothes, chairs and mirrors. Two southeast windows overlook the village. Bellini Suite is suitable for couples or families with a baby. Breakfast is set out on the terrace or inside the dining room. We only have selected selected products: jam, butter, pastry, focaccia, bread, salami, fruit and coffee, milk, barley, tea, fruit juice, water.

For any food intolerance it is compulsory for the staff to be present at the time of booking or when arriving at the residence.

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Suite Donizetti
Donizetti Suite is located on the second floor of the Dimora, is furnished with original and authentic antique furniture. On the walls are paintings from the eighteenth and fourteenth centuries. The suite consists of a large master bedroom with wrought iron wrought iron and a bathroom covered in classic white marble, including towels and soaps; Wardrobe, writing desk, hanging clothes, bedside tables, chairs and mirrors. Two north-east windows overlook the village. Donizetti Suite is suitable for couples. Breakfast is served outside on the terrace or inside the dining room, we only have selected selected products: jam, butter, pastry, focaccia, bread, salami, fruit and coffee, barley, milk, tea, juices, yogurt, water.

For any food intolerance it is compulsory for the staff to be present at the time of booking or when arriving at the residence.

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Suite Paganini
Paganini Suite is located on the second floor of the Dimora, furnished with original and authentic antique furniture. On the walls there are paintings from the 18th and 14th centuries. The suite consists of a bedroom with a double bed, a dressing room, a bathroom in classic white marble, including towels and soaps; Shelving, writing desk, bedside tables, chairs and mirrors. A southwest window overlooks the village, the Magra River Valley and the Ligurian Apennine, the other north-east window on the hamlet. Paganini Suite is suitable for couples for a complete relaxation stay. The breakfast is served outside on the terrace or inside the dining room, only the selected products: jam, butter, pastry, focaccia, bread, salami, fruit and coffee, barley, tea, milk, fruit succulents, yogurt, water.

For any food intolerance it is compulsory for the staff to be present at the time of booking or when arriving at the residence.

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Suite Puccini
Puccini Suite is located on the first floor of the Dimora, is furnished with original and authentic antique furniture. On the walls are paintings from the eighteenth and fourteenth centuries. The suite consists of two bedrooms, one with a large double bed, one with twin beds and a cot. The suite features a white marble bathroom, fitted in classic style, towels and soaps set included; Wardrobe, bedside tables, shelves, chairs and mirrors. Four south-east windows overlook the village. Green Suite is suitable for both families and groups of friends. Breakfast is served outside on the terrace or inside the dining room. We only have selected selected products: jam, butter, pastry, focaccia, salami, fruit and coffee, barley, milk, tea, juices, yogurt, water.

For any food intolerance it is compulsory for the staff to be present at the time of booking or when arriving at the residence.

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Cellar Dante of Dimora Garibaldi

Cellar Dante is a place for those who need refreshments, useful information to know the area and connect to free wifi internet.

Some photos of Cellar Dante...

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Prezzi

Rates including breakfast, wifi, 24h reception, daily housekeeping, towels, soaps, indoor toilet:

from today until 28/02/2018 from Sunday to Friday
Double Vivaldi Suite: 130 €
Double Paganini Suite: 100 €
Double Donizetti Suite: 100 €
Double Bellini Suite: 100 €
Family Verdi Suite 4 beds: 180 €, double use 110 €
Family Puccini Suite 4 beds: 150 €, double use 110 €

from today until 28/02/2018 on Saturday
Suite Vivaldi: 130 €
Suite Paganini: 90 €
Suite Donizetti: 90 €
Suite Bellini: 110 €
Suite Verdi: family 200 €, double use 130 €
Suite Puccini: family 160 €, single use 130 €

from today until 28/02/2018 valid for every day of the week
Reservations 2 nights
Suite Vivaldi: 160 €
Suite Paganini, Bellini, Donizetti: 150 €
Suite Verdi: family 250 €, double use 160 €
Suite Puccini: family 230 €, double use 160 €

Reservations 3 nights
Suite Vivaldi: 190 €
Suite Paganini, Bellini, Donizetti: 190 €
Suite Verdi: family-friendly 290 €, double use 190 €
Suite Puccini: 270 €, for double use 190 €

Reservations 7 nights
Suite Vivaldi: 500 €
Suite Paganini, Bellini, Donizetti: 450 €
Suite Verdi: family 580 €, double use 500 €
Suite Puccini: family 580 €, double use 500 €

Single room booking 70 € per night.

Lunigiana Tourist Guide

Text protected by Copyright: Emanuele Pucci.

Lunigiana means territory belonging to the city of Luni, a city of Roman origin rich in marble and mentioned in many works by ancient authors. Its boundaries began to evolve from the third century to those of the diocese, undergoing transformations until the twelfth century when La Spezia, Sarzana, Brugnato, Massa, Carrara and Pontremoli were born, a city of vast territory that descends from the Apennine mountain range Val di Vara and Val di Magra to the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian coasts of the Mediterranean Sea. Today the Lunigiana Antica is delimited within the provincial boundaries of Della Spezia and Massa Carrara.

Archeology: The Stele Statues
The Lunigiana stele is divided into three groups. The first two belong to the Copper Age, between the middle of the 4th and the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC, the third group belongs to the Iron Age, around the middle of the 1st millennium BC. The finds date back to a period beginning at the beginning of the 20th century until the seventies, at scattered sites of leopard in the Lunigiana mountain area. On November 9, 1975, in the presence of Senator Giovanni Spadolini, Minister of Cultural Heritage, the museum was inaugurated in the castle of Piagnaro in Pontremoli where a collection of most representative sculptures can be admired.

Imperial castles and feuds: Middle Ages
The Lunigiana crosses the Francigena road linking Northern Europe to Rome and the route to Genovese, France and Spain, ancient routes led by armies, merchants and pilgrims. From the Middle Ages, Lunigiana's image is entrusted to its innumerable castles that, quietly, dominate villages, roads, valleys, bridges and rivers. In the long life of the feudal regime, which lasts until the French Revolution, the situation does not remain unchanged and some castles, although having original characteristics, for the site where they are placed are called to make them more resilient or military in function of need that the time and history require.

Rocky Crests and Candidi Marmi: Lunigiana apuana
The so-called mighty mountain chain spreads northwest and southeast along the maritime coast to the north of Tuscany at the border with Liguria, is a special landmark for its character, history and its natural anthropic environment. The main peaks are Mount Sagro (1749 m asl), Mount Tambura (1890 m asl), Mount Alto of Sella (1739 m asl), Mount Grondolice (1809 m asl), Mount Sumbra (1764 m asl) , Mount Pizzo d'Uccello (1781 m asl), Mount Pisanino (1946 m asl). The major settlements are Fivizzano, an ancient and commercial center of commerce that was inhabited by the Ligurians and the Romans; Fosdinovo, a fortified village with beautiful views of the Gulf of La Spezia and the islands of Palmaria and Tino; Sarzana, a bishopric building dating from 1204, surrounded by a wall perimeter of which the two gates have survived - Porta Parma and Porta Romana -; Carrara, marked throughout its development by the extraction and processing of Apuan marbles; Massa, an old administrative and commercial justice center; Ortonovo, a village in a beautiful position, perched near where the castle was built by Paolo Guinigi and of which remains only the round tower transformed into a bell tower of the San Martino church.

The Gulf of La Spezia: The most beautiful gulf of the universe
The Gulf of La Spezia, as deep as a frozen place, to an imperfect latitude, is among the marvels of the Mediterranean. The Gulf is a spacious basin formed by the extension to the sea of ​​two sprouts of mountains whose subtle gills are various loops, or spacious caves provided with deep and dark anchors. Portovenere to the west and Punta Corvo to the east are the two promontories that form the proscenio to this wide theater. The city of Lerici and other ancient villages such as Tellaro or San Terenzo have been the destination of literary pilgrimages even in antiquity. Lord Byron, Shelley, Ovid, Montesquieu testify to such beauty. The city of Spezia has been a very important military port, where you can visit the Arsenal Naval Museum.

Cinque Terre: Landscape and Environment
The Ligurian Riviera Riviera, between the Cinque Terre and Portovenere, is a cultural site of exceptional value, in which man and nature have managed to integrate perfectly with a fascinating and unique landscape. At the same time, it has maintained intact the kind of traditional life that still plays a socioeconomic role of great importance in the community's existence. With this reasoning, UNESCO in 1977 qualified Portovenere, the Cinque Terre and the Islands (Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto) as a World Heritage Site. Cinque Terre is an agricultural area rich in ancient hand-built vineyards on stone terraces overlooking the sea. The main villages (Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, Monterosso) are tiny agglomerations of 13th century houses, perched on rocky cliffs overlooking the sea, featuring fascinating tiny boats for fishing boats. Despite the very rough terrain, the Cinque Terre is easily reachable by the Sarzana - Genoa railway line, by boat from the ports of La Spezia, Lerici and Carrara or with cars along the SS1 Aurelia and SP 370/51. In the Cinque Terre there is a path, which develops between 350 m s.l.m. of altitude, and which combines the five Marian Sanctuaries of the villages, it lends itself to pleasant easy and tiring excursions (Our Lady of Montenero in Riomaggiore, Our Lady of Health at Manarola, Our Lady of Gratitude in Corniglia, Our Lady of Reggio in Vernazza, Our Lady of Soviore in Monterosso.

Dante Alighieri in Lunigiana: Dante's footstep is not erased
The presence of Dante in the Lunense Region justifies the fact that Lunigiana is an indispensable stage in the national panorama of cultural tourism. At the beginning of the 14th century The Poet was an exiled guest of the powerful Malaspina family, wrote of Lunigiana in the Divine Comedy and on October 6, 1306 testifies with his signature the Acts of Peace between the monarchic family and the bishops of Luni, powers until that day in conflict. Many lunar places retain their footprint and in Mulazzo's village you can admire the song VIII of the Purgatory and the Act of Peace signed in Castelnuovo Magra. The Lunigianese Dante Museum is located in a 13th-century tower house in the center of the village.

Libra's Tradition: Books, from Passenger Sellers to International Traders
Lunigiana's contribution to the press is widely acknowledged. Sarzana sinks her story into the humanism of Pope Niccolò V (lunigianese) who has brought to Rome the passion for classical civilization thus laying the foundations of the Vatican Library. Fivizzano Loris Jacopo Bononi and Eugenio Bononi founded the Museum of the Press "Jacopo da Fivizzano", which documents the reasons why Fivizzano is a true "capital" of the book and the press. The extraordinary presence and activities of Jacopo, which in Fivizzano (1471-72) printed books with the first Italian typographical characters, and made it with astonishing advance on many European Capitals, including London, Brussels and Barcelona. The invention, by Fivizzano Agostino Fantoni, of a writing machine capable of printing as a modern typewriter. The outstanding work by Emanuele Maucci, lunigianese, who created his own Casa Editorial Maucci in Barcelona with branches in Mexico and Argentina which came to print up to 25,000 books a week, spreading throughout Europe Latin literature throughout Europe. The Museum also houses a recomposed historical typography, which aims to remember the Bartoli & C. Typography, which operated in Fivizzzano for decades in the 19th century.

 

What do our Customers Say?

Some of our Customers love us and prove it!

Soggiorno meraviglioso! Borgo stupendo, il soggiorno è stato ottimo, in una struttura molto bella...da ripetere!

Customer

A great place to escape it all! The hotel is in a handsome building with spacious rooms, modern bathrooms and antique furniture, all very stylishly done, and there's a large terrace which quite spectacular views of the Magra Valley, Mediterranean and mountains. The atmosphere is civilised and restful - we found it a great place to relax and base for trips to the coast and the Cinque Terre. We hope to go back!

Customer

L excellent accueil L excellent petit dèjeuner et dìner Très belle maison Terrace avec vue superbe.

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Benchmark. Excellent. The rooms are perfectly decorated, the owner is totaly the best we met in Italy. Grazie. Ask them for reservation in Michelin awared Trattoria and you will visit 2 best places in Carrara surroundings. Such a B&B should be benchmark for 5 stars hotel.

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Un elogio alla musica italiana..Insieme ad un gruppo di amici abbiamo pernottato per tre notti presso questa struttura, recentemente ristrutturata con un totale di 6 camere. L'ambiente è informale ed il personale è molto cordiale. Il proprietario è un appassionato di musica, nella struttura sono infatti presenti diversi pianoforti. La Camera (la nostra era la Vivaldi) è in stile antico, con mattoncini e travi a vista, il bagno in marmo in stile classico ma con sanitari e rubinetteria nuovi (anche la vista dalla seduta del water è mozzafiato), tutto molto pulito. Colazione servita in terrazza con una vista meravigliosa sulla riviera toscana/ligure. Un caro saluto al personale che ci ha fornito utili consigli per il soggiorno.

Customer

Extraordinary! Loved the authentic tuscan feeling. Truly lovely experience.

Customer

Ottima dimora situata in un borgo medioevale sulle colline di La Spezia a due passi da Lerici, Portovenere e Cinque Terre. Stanze molto accoglienti grandi e pulite. Bagno con tutti i comforts. Personale disponibilissimo e gentile: ci hanno servito la colazione ben oltre l'orario prestabilito!!! Prezzo onesto per la bellezza e la cura dell'ambiente. Una stupenda sorpresa! Bravi ai gestori!

Customer

Het leven zoals het is in een italiaans bergdorpje. Heel vriendelijk en behulpzame eigenaars. Prachtige locatie. Lekker ontbijt, maar naar italiaanse gewoonte eerder sober. Het dorpje Castelnuovo maakt voor een deel uit van de charme.

Customer

Oasi di pace! Posizione fuori dai percorsi di grande flusso veicolare, tuttavia a pochi chilometri dall'Aurelia. Bella terrazza dove si può anche fare colazione. Borgo carino, gli abitanti sono tutti molto disponibili e comunicativi. Nelle vicinanze altri Borghi da visitare.

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A place to be, living in the past. A place to be, simply a treasure. Living in a old family house of 18th century, with original forniture and a woderful terrace for breakfast.

Customer

Ritorno al Passato! In un Borgo storico ed ordinato, sette/ottocentesco pieno di gelsomini, buganvillee e gerani si può godere dell'atmosfera di un'antica casa alto borghese con mobili e quadri autentici: nulla di falso, così come l'ospitalità e la cortesia discrete dello Staff.

Customer

Extraordinary! Beautiful place and neihborhood..very tuscan. Love that view from our room! Hotel has beautiful forniture, bathroom was large and room was clean! Breakfast with planty of food and drinks. Nice trails for walks. 20 minutes drive to beach..no noise from scooter or cars like in hotels close to beach.

Customer

Una deliziosa scoperta! Abbiamo trovato questo delizioso hotel per caso, quando la camera che avevamo prenotato altrove si era rivelata essere disponibile. Aperto recentemente in un'antica dimora di famiglia, il posto è un distillato di fascino. Le camere si affacciano o su una tranquilla stradina secondariadi questa cittadina medievale, o sulla pianura costiera sottostante e il Mediterraneo in lontananza. C'è ampio spazio pubblico in salette diverse, la colazione è servita su una grande terrazza all'aperto. L'hotel è tuttora gestito dalla famiglia. Sicuramente un posto da scoprire.

Customer

Parfait! L'accueil de Staff est très pro, est souriant, agréable et très serviable. Il nous a aidés à trouver une place pour garer notre voiture, dans le petites rue de Castelnuovo Magra. Les chambres sont agréable, la notre comme la petite où les enfants ont logé /lits superposés). = , mais sutout la notre, immense, avec rangements, sièges, lit gigantesque! La vue sur la terrasse est extraordinaire! Bref un très court séjour, mais un vrai régal!!!

Customer

stile originale e ricercato, con molto gusto, panorama dalla terrazza gradevole e rilassante, camera ampia e spaziosa con un bagno molto comodo. I gestori sono stati molto cordiali e disponibili, proponendoci una soluzione alternativa a quella da noi prenotata che si è rilevata corretta.

Customer

Excellente adresse! Excellente accueil! Excellente petit déjeuner et dinè, tres belle maison, terrasse avec vue superbe!

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Cortesia! Siamo stati accolti a braccia aperte, la gentilezza, la cortesia e la cordialità dei gestori non ha prezzo!!!

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Feel the historical spirit of this incredible place. Wonderfull place at the top of the hill with historical interior and great view. For us everything was great!

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Eccellente! Per chi ama come noi trascorrere qualche giorno al mare ma dormire nei borghi sulle colline, consiglio questa Dimora Garibaldi. Il Borgo è delizioso, i proprietari gentilissimi e disponibili, pulizia, arredamento d'epoca originale, silenziosità. La colazione sulla terrazza con sguardo sulla Lunigiana sino al mare fa cominciare bene la giornata. La suite con due camere dove abbiamo alloggiato con i nostri due ragazzi è perfetta per famiglie.

Customer

Dépaysant et charmant! Le village perché, la maison authentique, très joliment meublée, la gentilesse des patrons.

Customer

La posizione che domina la valle alla quale si arriva attraverso una strada tutta curve immersa nel verde degli ulivi, l'ambiente è per chi ama la tranquillità e cerca anche un week end romantico, a poca distanza dal mare. La camera in stile è curata nei particolari ed il letto antico è decisamente comodo. Che dire poi della colazione in terrazza!!!!!!!! Bello bello bello.

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Luogo ed ambiente d'altri tempi, camera spaziosa e confortevole, personale cordiale e disponibile.

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Viaggio nel tempo/senza tempo...carinissimo! Un tuffo intenso in un'epoca lontana che non rimane estranea, grazie alla narrazione discreta dello Staff sorridente. Un vecchio ma autentico ricordo, alleggerito dal passare del tempo, divenuto più delicato grazie alla fusione con elementi moderni che la rendono davvero particolare: questa è Dimora Garibaldi. Splendida terrazza affacciata sulle verdi colline della Lunigiana, dove assaporare una semplice ma buona colazione. Perfetta per trascorrere qualche giorno in totale tranquillità.

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Whats a lovely surprise! Thank you for your warm wellcome...Unforgettable!

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Posto pieno di fascino e bellezza!

Customer

Grazie per la cortese ospitalità che riservate agli ospiti della vostra bellissima dimora! Spero davvero a presto!

Customer

Grazie mille per l'accoglienza, la cortesia che ci avete riservato, più che ottima! Grazie anche per tutti i consigli relativi a mare e cibo locali. Complimenti per questa meravigliosa dimora!!! Speriamo a presto!

Customer

Complimenti per questa icantevole dimora, grazie per la vostra speciale cortesia ed ospitalità. A presto!

Customer

Tutto meraviglioso..Clima d'altri tempi.

Customer

Stanze eleganti, dallo stile antico, ma dotate di ogni moderno comfort (TV, bagno moderno, wifi gratuito). La terrazza che si affaccia su Sarzana è semplicemente meravigliosa. Colazione abbondante e sfiziosa, con pietanze dolci e salate. Personale gentilissimo e sempre disponibile. Il paese di Castelnuovo è oltretutto un piccolo gioiello, consigliato vivamente a chiunque ami la tranquillità e la bellezza dei borghi antichi.

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Lunigiana

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