La Spezia, Cinque Terre, Val di Magra and Val di Vara and the nearby Northern Tuscany are incredible lands to discover: take a few days to live it with us! Arbaspàa Tour Operator, post by post, will advise you about how to visit, will show you the curiosity of these wonderful lands and, as if you were a special friend, will tell you how to enjoy yourself and how to relax. Here are some tips for you: are you ready to take note?
4) Enjoy a dinner based on fresh fish in the quiet villages Le Grazie and Fezzano. Along the provincial road Napoleonica, which connects La Spezia and Porto Venere, there are the enchanting little villages on the less well known sea, but still deserve a visit. Immersed in a relaxed atmosphere, characterized by painted houses with typical Ligurian colors, Cadimare, Fezzano and Le Grazie are also known for renowned restaurants that offering fresh fish dishes, cooked in traditional and innovative recipes. Mussels "alla marinara" and filled, seafood spaghetti, fish grilled, fried ... everything, accompanied by excellent local white wine: even the most sophisticated food lovers will be happy with this delightful culinary experience. Give yourself a tasteful evening: one of the best ways to know the area.
5) Dive in the crystal clear waters of the Porto Venere Natural Park (http://www.parconaturaleportovenere.it). The most beautiful sea, in a UNESCO-listed territory on the list of World Heritage Sites, with the Archipelago Spezzino and the Cinque Terre, will be the location of this proposed by Arbaspàa in two versions: for beginners and experts. The first, accompanied by a trained instructor, after a theoretical lesson, will let you discover the underwater world in the "baptism of the sea" (http://bit.ly/2td2huF), the second will be guided in a sea route between the amazing beauties of these rich flora and fauna swamped (http://bit.ly/2yEICut). Sport, nature, exploration: an experience that you will remember, to know Porto Venere and its beauties from an alternate and unparalleled point of view.
6) Walk around the Palmaria Island. Easily accessible by sea from Porto Venere and La Spezia, with seasonal maritime transport (http://www.navigazionegolfodeipoeti.it/), shuttles or private boats, the Palmaria is ideal not only for those who want to find little beaches less crowded and hidden corners, but also for those who love to walk. Characterized by the wild environment and breathtaking views, the island lends itself perfectly to being discovered walking along its paths. A way of medium difficulty, to be tackled with a good trekking equipment, while admire nature and history: between brooms, Mediterranean bush, goats and various bird species, let yourself be fascinated by the Cavour and Umberto I fortresses, by the view on Torre Scola, a military building on a rock in front of the north-eastern corner of the island; relax yourself on the beaches of Cala della Fornace at Pozzale, the part facing the island of Tino... and still passing by the abandoned quarry of marble "portoro", where nests the herring gulls. And if time... and legs allow you, and you won't miss the deviations for achieve the beautiful terrace at Roccio, the Environmental Education Center and the lighthouse; the path is completed over the breathtaking cliffs on the open sea and the top view of the church of St. Peter and Porto Venere, which you can admire and photograph from a privileged perspective. Contact Arbaspàa Tour Operator to organize your tour at Palmaria island with guide: phone: 0039-0187760083, mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. (to be continued...)