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Castello dei Clavesana, Andora
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Reviews
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  • We walked to the site without any difficulty, the city takes about thirty minutes. Very nice lochescion for weddings (there is the Church of San Giacomo and a restaurant). We have found the Castle closed because under renovation, too bad because the place is interesting and very unique for its history. However it is worth visiting, in order to reach it with there are difficulties just walking calmly through the normal streets and follow directions.
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  • It can be reached following a pleasant path through bushes, lined by slates carved with poetry by several Italian and foreign authors. The ruins raise from trees and greenery and tell a story of past ...  more »
  • Borgo Castello (the oldest part of Andora) is situated on a hill and is reached through a beautiful scenic road unfortunately little reported. In the village, a cluster of old stone houses, in addition to the Castle (undergoing restoration) you can admire a Romanesque church (Ss Giacomo e Filippo) which has as a belfry a medieval tower (both well preserved). The Church, alas, is not open to the public! Furrowing the cobblestone Street leading to the Church, can be seen along the wall, which accompanies the trail, a series of famous poems carved on stones of slate. A ' poetic ' path suggestive shame though that the poems are now almost unreadable. I mean, the place is seductive but abandoned to itself. Should be reassessed and made usable.
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  • One of the few villages were still outstanding
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  • Beautifully restored
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  • Very nice and quaint local structure very old and beautiful, service and food very good staff very helpful and polite if you like grilled fish or meat and This place and also the other entrees including pretty good pizza. Guzzetti Rachele
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