Gulf of La Spezia: Tellaro

At the edge of the Gulf of La Spezia we find Tellaro, the adoptive village of the Italian writer Mario Soldati, perched on the rocks. From here you can continue along a series of itineraries, for instance to Porto Venere and Bocca di Magra. There is also a path for experienced excursionists.
 

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