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Riserva Naturale Orientata La Timpa, Acireale

(3.7/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
Riserva Naturale Orientata La Timpa is located in Acireale. Add Riserva Naturale Orientata La Timpa to your Acireale travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Acireale vacation trip planner.
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  • Spectacular views of the sea, Mediterranean vegetation lush. Certainly worth seeing, access from the area of Santa Maria delle Grazie is easy.
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  • From ACIREALE one descends towards the Sea (crossing the road takes place safely, thanks to a pedestrian bridge) with a path comfortable and surrounded by nature. At the bottom, on the sea, there are a few small restaurants where we ate fresh fish and delicious.
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  • You are immersed in nature with very beautiful view. Along the "chiazzette", so they are called by the locals the curves, we arrive at the fishing village of Santa Maria La Scala, where there is an old mill. It is a path that should be better looked after and equipped to make it even more interesting.
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  • it's a steep walk but it's worth it to have a nice point of view on the coast and the town
  • Lovely place. Fantastic sea. Around you eat well.
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  • The reserve runs along the SS114 and insists in an area that has remained intact since inaccessible and difficult to access. Offers a fascinating show, overlooking the Ionian Sea coast with a view stretching from Mount Etna, to the coasts of Calabria. Accessed comfortably from the hamlet of Santa Maria delle Grazie and Santa Maria La Scala where I suggest a walk on steep stairway which embraces a wonderful panoramic view.
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  • Coming down to Santa Maria Della Scala, is not a nice place to stay. The sea is dirty and the bathroom is not advisable. At most you can visit for some pictures suggestive at Marina, nothing more.
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  • Services to users totally absent, often dirty, with guaranteed cleaning often only by volunteers. Easily accessible from the city centre on foot. Breathtaking view.
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