Traditional Stone Holiday Cottage In Liguria, Italy

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 5
  • Cottage

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 5

Type: Cottage

Traditional Stone Holiday Cottage In Liguria, Italy

In the mediaeval Italian village of Molini di Triora is Casa Rusticana, a detached cottage with stunning views. This Traditional 18th century stone ‘casa’ is converted for modern living, Perched on the edge of the village its mountainous view are uninterpreted. Built on its own terrace/ garden the detached house consists of 2 bedrooms, 2 living spaces and a large cavernous bathroom.


Dining room/Kitchen. All modern kitchen conveniences, large dinning table, couch. Balcony Leading from the kitchen it has a small table and reclining chairs, overlooking . . ...Read more

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Traditional Stone Holiday Cottage In Liguria, Italy
Triora, Liguria, Italy

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Bordering France in the Beautiful Valley Argentina, Molini di Triora (Mills of the three rivers) is a hillside village in Liguria, where three rivers from the mountain forests meet. Delightful ancient scenic mule paths take you for spectacular short walks or longer hikes through forests and up mountains to other ancient villages/towns or enchanting rivers and views. Two minutes from the cottage is the village's swimming lake, (the mountain river is dammed off in the summer months for bathers)
Molini di Triora is the village with the best amenities in the area: 2 restaurants, 4 bar/cafe's (some with wifi ) 2 well stocked grocery stores, ATM, post office and its bakery where the famous traditional ligurian round ‘pane’ bread is baked daily and can be bought hot straight from the oven
Locally there is always something going on, with food festivals in surrounding towns/villages. Molini di Triora host the annual snail festival every 2nd Sunday in September.
And if you fancy a swim in the sea its a 35 minutes drive to the sandy beaches of Arma di Taggia, Italian Riviera.
Car Parking: There is no parking space directly outside the house, as is with all Italian villages , cars are parked in a designated area a short walk away, either uphill or downhill. If you have a small four wheel drive it is possible to get to the house for deliveries.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Mountain nearby

Getting There

Nearest airport: nice
Nearest train station: 20
Nearest ferry port: 35
Car is not necessary



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