Where are we located? Altagnana is part of the municipality of Massa in the province of Massa-Carrara in the Apuan Alps. 314 m above the M., about 400 residents. A typical mountain village for this area, parking for all residents in front of the village, then walking to the house. Forget privacy here -one knows each other, one looks out and is sociable.
From the car park about 200m away is the rustic terraced house. It was completely renovated and furnished in 2018.
At the bottom a cellar room, which has not been renovated, but can be.
On 3 levels there are: Entrance hall, kitchen, living room. 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a separate toilet. Another small living room ( depending on your choice) 1 balcony and a terrace with fantastic sea view.
Marked hiking trail, 5-10 km
Mountain bike trail, 5-10 km
Airport: PSA : 62 km
Nearest restaurant : 3 km
Swimming : 10 km (sea/sand beach)
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