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Parco del Beigua, Province of Genoa
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  • Beautiful walk through forests and bogs with sea view. At the end of October in short sleeves, great day. You can then bring the dogs and for them it is all about fun. All the entrance of walking there is a restaurant with rooms Pratorotondo that can replenish drinks and sandwiches and eat on the way back. It can be reached from Varazze or from Sassello or Ovada via Tiglieto and then Pianpaludo. Don't get discouraged if the road becomes small and houses are less and less. Climb up a grove that leads to the restaurant ... you're there and you'll find a decent sized parking lot. In hot days as at the end of October you can alternate days of strong air and cool so take a sweatshirt and windbreaker. The walk is almost entirely flat, say with low difficulty level, at least in the first part. Good relaxation!
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  • From 3 to 5 hours depending on the step for an interesting round trip departing from Pratorotondo. If you want to add a plus notable geomorphological, landscaping and anthropological wealth, go there on a beautiful autumn day. The colors of the Woods on blue of the sky with the sea that looks down below are outstanding.
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  • beigua Park includes a series of mountains close to the sea and this is their characteristic. From the top of these you can enjoy a wonderful view of the coast and the sea all the way to Corsica. Walk the courses are challenging, especially in summer because there are no sources and it's all out in the open. Deserves it though because there's some crazy way of taking pictures.
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