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Beautiful scenery for the empty stomach

Valle Argentina is the valley of a multitude of little towns, our trip took us some 25Km inside the... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2015
Talyvan
,
Plainfield, Illinois
Terrible Winding Roads, Pretty Scenery

My significant other is still not speaking to me for taking her on these terrifying roads - mostly... read more

Reviewed 1 November 2015
jg3arrow
,
Surf City USA
via mobile
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7 Dec 2015
“Beautiful scenery for the empty stomach”
1 Nov 2015
“Terrible Winding Roads, Pretty Scenery”
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Sanremo, Italy
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Reviewed 7 December 2015

Valle Argentina is the valley of a multitude of little towns, our trip took us some 25Km inside the valley to the towns of Glori where we ate in all Agro fashion and meet the nicest people in the world, and later on, to the...More

3  Thank Talyvan
Reviewed 1 November 2015 via mobile

My significant other is still not speaking to me for taking her on these terrifying roads - mostly one lane, extreme elevation changes with constant hairpin turns. Have a barf bag handy. Pretty canopy forest in the higher elevations. Panoramic views of the sea and...More

2  Thank jg3arrow
Reviewed 16 May 2014

I cycled through the valley one afternoon in summer. The air is warm and clean and gently brushes you as you roll down the valley. The silvery colour of the olive trees shimmer in the sunlight, look at a Renoir provence landscape and you'll see...More

4  Thank luigi v
Reviewed 29 November 2012

The Valle Argentina is quirky and beautiful. Tiny hilltowns that each have their own distinct character, A culture that makes one feel like a time traveler, and natural beauty make this a very sweet place to live, and visit. It's definitely an "off the beaten...More

9  Thank David C
Reviewed 18 October 2011

When you visit Sanremo, you can go to these little towns, hiden in the mountains, passing through the Valle Argentino, where landscapes are amazing.

4  Thank Susana1812
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