Packages in Cala Piccola
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Cala Piccola Vacation Packages
Cala Piccola Vacation Packages
Rome, the capital city of Italy, can be found about 80 miles to the southeast of Cala Piccola.
To explore a different part of this area, you might want to go to Monte Argentario to visit the Argentario Golf Club and Cala Piccola Beach. Porto Santo Stefano, another great option, is situated an easy 3 miles away from Cala Piccola. Have a look around town and stop by Argentario Aquarium and Giglio Island.
For easy access to Giannella Beach, Feniglia Beach and Natural Dune Reserve Feniglia, make tracks northeast from Cala Piccola for 9 miles to Orbetello. If you're looking for more, also visit the Talamone Port and the Cosa National Museum of Archaeology.
The area has several popular action-packed activities for those who are itching to get outside. Try mountain biking or rock climbing.
If you love to take things easy when you are on vacation, Tuscany has some good relaxing activities that will suit you perfectly, including cycling and shore fishing.
Bring a thirst for adventure and sign up for one of the interesting activities on offer, which includes guided nature walks, cycling tours, city walking tours, culinary tours and winery tours. Activities like this are the best way to learn about a new place.
Once you try sky diving in this exciting region, who knows what other white-knuckled activities you'll try?
If the weather is comfortable during your stay, get out and enjoy the water. Swimming and scuba diving are both popular here.
There's no need to complain about the frosty air this vacation period! Tuscany features some excellent places for snowboarding and skiing.
Have a longing for food, fun and friends? Make sure you treat your tastebuds in this region's restaurants and bars.
Unravel the secrets of the area's cuisine by starting a culinary adventure. You'll find that the local dishes often showcase bell pepper and cheese.
Wine and dine like the locals by tasting pici (thick spaghetti) and pasta.
For those with an urge for something indulgent, gelato is quite popular in the area.
If you and your friends would like to taste-test the regional beers, Iris is a great choice.
At the end of your meal, you can enjoy sipping fruit juice, a non-alcoholic beverage that is popular among locals.
Morellino di Scansano, Parrina and other varieties are featured on the wine menus of many restaurants in Tuscany.
When you have spent the last of your euros and it's time to take the plane, train, car or bus home, don't forget to bid "Ciao" to Cala Piccola. Keep the great times you had close to your heart.
The most convenient airport, Leonardo Da Vinci Airport, is 75 miles to the southeast of Cala Piccola.
Accommodation in Cala Piccola
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