The Federico apartment overlooks the small castle square
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Comme chez soi au milieu du paradis
très bon séjour chez Ambra. Appartement rez-de chaussée, très grand, avec terrasse avec vue époustouflante. Grand parasol qui permet de déjeuner en profitant de cette vue sur les montagnes et la campagne. Location très propre et neuve, un grand dressing dans la chambre avec vue sur la montagne également. Très bon accueil, avec à disposition draps, serviettes, torchons.
Surprise tout en bas du château, une rivière avec cascade...le paradis.
For almost a thousand years pilgrims from all over the world have crossed the Cisa pass along the Via Francigena towards Rome. The road was full of dangers and brigands, but along the way there were abbeys, monasteries, churches, and shelters. The humblest houses were open to pilgrims, who in turn told of distant places and adventures. Retrace with us one of the most evocative and less known stretches of the Via Francigena from Pontremoli to Aulla. Along the way you will stop in the Castles, visit the parishes and exchange your walking stories at the tables of some of the most welcoming inns of Lunigiana.
You can do walking tours on the marble, Gulf of poets in Kayak, canyoning routes, rafting, Via Francigena a Cavallo, Gulf of Poets by bike and much more.
Crossing the Land of the Hundred Castles, it is impossible not to be fascinated, impossible not to follow yet another road sign indicating the presence of a fortification, even just to see what is left of it. Impossible not to be influenced by the magnificence of some or the romantic charm of others. Noble residences, bulwarks, military fortresses and towers that run along the ridges, in control of rivers and commercial routes; a capillary network that thickened in the Middle Ages, in the absence of strong municipalities and especially under the control of the Malaspina that unlike many other gentlemen, did not follow the law of the first male son but divided the possessions in equal parts among the descendants of its different factions and families, thus weakening their power.
Talking about Lunigiana is to talk about its castles, discovering its history and getting to know this borderland between Tuscany, Emilia and Liguria.