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Azienda agrituristica IL PICCOZZO
Campagna Capoluogo località Piccozzo, 113
56035 Casciana Terme Lari (Pisa) ITALY
Email: info@piccozzo.com
Phone: (+39) 0587.649.209
Caterina: (+39) 331.2999.202
Monica: (+39) 347.335.1760

 

Tour

Piccozzo Piccozzo Agritourism lays between two hills just three km outside of Casciana Terme, in the middle of the woods 370 metres above sea level, it’s the perfect place to relax and breath fresh air. In it’s 17,94 hectares, the propriety is

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