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Apricale, Apricale
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  • short stay on apricale. small picturesque village perfect for lovers! Sun not go it's a shame because the view is breathtaking. I would highly recommend. We're very sad when it finished
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  • It is a medieval village. Very well preserved, streets and charming corners. That Yes, at all costs. Viewpoints, the landscape that opens is spectacular. Good restaurants, a cosy square. To return.
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  • We arrived at this "little gem" in the late morning of a beautiful sunny day, so with those plays of light and shadow that manage to make the most of every little detail of this charming village perched atop a hill overlooking a landscape of olive groves and Woods. Apricale is a beautiful and charming old town; the current village dates back to the 9th century and preserves part of the medieval walls, three pointed arched doors and the ancient castle. Curiosity about this village is immediately stimulated by the same name: Apricale derives from "Apricus" meaning "sunny" shining roofs of slate and stone houses placed on the Hill. The village is characterized by the presence of original murals, frescoes by modern masters, that enliven the walls and help identify the municipality as "country of artists". Also, on the access road, you can still see the ancient washhouse covered by barrel vaults. Definitely worth the visit!
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