Isola del Tino reviews
This little island sits on the "other side" of Palmaria Island (coming from Portovenere). It was once a naval base, abandoned long ago. Picturesque, with incredible military ruins that you can only... more »
UNESCO Heritage Island, managed by the Navy. It can only be visited on the occasion of the feast of St. Venerio, or for groups or schoolchildren. Interesting are the ruins of the 10th century Benedictine church and monastery. The visit of the Lighthouse is very valid
Stunning from the sea, with its military remains of the Second World War, its tunnels peeking out from the rocky walls, the history of its lighthouse and the unspoiled nature. You can only visit it during the celebration of St. Venerio on September 13th (we have not yet been lucky enough to go there). I absolutely recommend it in any case along with the tour around the Palmaria and the visit of the nearby Portovenere.
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