Sarzana (Italian pronunciation: [sarˈdzaːna]) is a town, comune (municipality) and former short-lived Catholic bishopric in the Province of La Spezia, of Liguria region, northwestern Italy, 15 kilometres (9 mi) east of Spezia, on the railway to Pisa, at the point where the railway to Parma diverges to the north. In 2010 it had a population of 21,978.
Restaurants in Sarzana
4.5 based on 98 reviews
Mamagamma nasce dall’idea, dalla volontà, di creare un "attivatore" artistico/culinario che utilizzi come spunto di partenza il cabaret Voltaire famoso locale con intenzioni artistiche, fondato a Zurigo nel 1916 dal Hugo Ball e da Emmy Hennings, considerato universalmente la culla del dadaismo.
Suprising new tastes, 14 starters and one secondi for 28€, 1/4 wine and desert. Very very nice interior. Wide range of music, some I would say not suited for normal restaurants. But this is a sort of rebellion artistic restaurant / community hub. Would recommend for food and atmosfere.
4 based on 92 reviews
I've been to the famous Vivoli in Firenze, to many, many gelaterie, and after almost 30 years of sampling and searching, I have to say that nowhere have I ever found ice cream of such consistently outrageously good quality as at Biagi in Sarzana. The fruit ice creams and sorbets are to die for. They taste more intensely of the fruit than the fruit itself. The Pistacchio is unbelievable, without that ghastly artificial green colour that so many places insist on adding. Their coffee ice cream is divine; smooth, creamy, rich, aromatic & toasted exactly right. I could go on for ever. Just go there and try some. They also serve to take away.
4.5 based on 167 reviews
Very nice rustic and elegant cantine. Professional staff speaking several languages and very helpful. Bosoni produces the best vermentino in Italy and sells it to a good price too. If you buy boxes, 6 or 12 bottles, you get a big discount. You can also fill your own bottle at a price of approx. €2 per litre. Also the red wines are perfect, try Nicolo V Riserva.
4.5 based on 499 reviews
One of the prettiest towns to visit if you're wanting to get away from the crowds. Enjoy the Piazza with its assortment of quant little shops offering something different to the large department stores. The photo opportunities here are limitless. Even the amateur photograher can get stunning shots here. The village is reached easily by public bus with a regular timetable.
4.5 based on 302 reviews
The Castle, a feud of the branches of the Malaspina del Ramo Fiorito holdings from the fourteenth to the eighteenth century, is of great importance historically, and above all, architecturally. The construction of the massive fortress, which merges with the underlying sandstone rock so the whole structure seems carved in stone, began in the second half of the twelfth century.
We actually stayed in the B&B rooms of this working castle/museum and it was fabulous. Views, history, village below. Ability to have free run of the castle with keys to unlock doors etc.... We explored at night with torches. Very very special
4 based on 555 reviews
Lerici and its dominating castle, built to a typically Genovese design is situated just inside the province of Liguria. Splendid views can be gained over the town and its harbour and of the Lerici Gulf and further across towards Portovenere. Painting and other Exhibitions are quite frequently held inside the castle.
4 based on 255 reviews
It's an imposing military fortification erected on the hill of Sarzana, and it overlooks the Magra Valley. Nowadays it's one of the symbol of the town.Known also as castracani, the fortress is composed by two main elements: the former is just the castle with its three bastions on the top, the latter is composed by a fortified embankment. Both the former and the latter form a kind of quad. Rich in charm, the structure undoubtedly deserves to be visited by those people who love culture.
4 based on 37 reviews
This is a well-maintained "free beach" where you can bring your own beach gear - umbrella included - or rent it for the day. This beach has less pebbles than the usual Ligurian beach as it's favoured by the currents. At the entrance, there's a small free parking area for the tourist that arrives early in the morning or you can find to park around the area. There's a bar selling munchies and drinks.
5 based on 26 reviews
Frantoio Moro are very proud of our longstanding history that take us back over three generation of traditions and passion for genuine products. At 1954 Alfredo Petacchi founded Frantoio Moro and since than we have done our best to present the world with great products from what the local nature has to offer. We produce our own extra virgin olive oil and in our own mill we produce stone ground flour. Free tasting is offered to the clients and our staff is can show our products.
The Frantoio has a very nice shop where visitors can buy excellent olive oil, different kinds of flours, beans, grains and cosmetics made with olive oil. A real gemTank you , see you soon!!!:-)
4.5 based on 85 reviews
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