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   Leopoldo Castiglioncello   

Leopoldo Castiglioncello

Via Marconi 15
Castiglioncello, Tuscany
Italy  57012
Established In:  1900
Renovated In:  1996
Phone:  +39 058-675-4791
Fax:  +39 058-675-4794
Contact:  Roberto MENICHETTI
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Single Occupant Rate Is: €70 - €118
Double Occupant Rate Is: €100 - €325
Additional Occupant Rate Is: €40
Twin Occupant Rate Is: €100 - €325
Accepted Payments: Cash, Personal Cheques, MasterCard, Visa, Travellers Cheques, Diners Club, EuroCheque
Deposit Amount Requested: 50%
Minimum Stay Is: 1 night
Check In Time Is: Until 11 PM
Check Out Time Is: Before 10 AM
Cancellation Policy: 5 days notice please.

Castiglioncello is one of the most celebrated beaches of the Tyrrheanian Sea.

The Tyrrheanian Sea is known in Italy and abroad for the beauties of its landscape, for the quality and accuracy of its services and in addition, its cultural and associative promotions.

Hotel Leopoldo offers both a summer and a winter stay with the best services in a cozy atmosphere and accurate ambience.

Rooms and apartments with bathrooms, air conditioning, TV, fridge, parking place and garage, fax service, shuttle-taxi, American bar, restaurant, pharmacy, laundry, horse riding, tennis and mountain bike are available.

Room Facilities:

  • TV
  • Phone
  • Minibar
  • Hairdryer
  • Central heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Breakfast in room

General Facilities:

  • Open all night
  • Right for groups
  • Safe in the hotel
  • Bureau de change
  • Small pets allowed
  • Open the year round
  • Facilities for the disabled
  • English and French spoken
  • All major credit cards accepted

Internal Facilities:

  • Bar
  • Lift
  • Restaurant
  • Non smoking areas

External Facilities:

  • Park
  • Garden
  • Car park facilities
  • Restaurant in the garden

Close To:

  • Massage
  • Tennis court
  • Treatment available
  • Children's playground
  • Private beach complex with reduced rates to hotel guests


Hotel car service available for transport from/to airport or train station.

The Etruscan Coast:

Many think that the Etruscan Coast simply consists of only the sea and beaches...

... there is however much more to the Etruscan Coast.

You will discover a very complex region where nature and art recount the history of thousands of years. This is the land that enchanted the Etruscans, who lived here and exploited the enormous wealth of the land.

The Etruscans discovered the mines of the Fucinaia Valley, near Campiglia, and they are the ones who began the growing of olives and the viticulture that over the centuries have shaped the landscape of the hills of this area as they rise behind the sea.

The powerful Etruscan fleet ploughed the Tyrrhenian Sea, sailing from the harbours of Vada and Baratti, while already in the 5th century Populonia coined its own money.

After the end of the Etruscan period, this part of the Tuscan coast was under the control of the first Roman domination, and then saw the birth of the feuds in the early Middle Ages.

A great number of castles and fortified villages built on the hills are still in existence. In fact, it is here, along the Etruscan Coast that the most significant examples of Medieval architecture in all of Tuscany can be traced.

Probably it is not by chance that the oldest Italian family living today, that of the Della Gherardesca counts, Longobard in origin, had chosen to live just in front of this strip of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

This territory is rich in artistic evidence of several epochs, but it is also an area of remarkable naturalistic value where oases and parks protect the local "Mediterranean maquis" and the numerous animal species that still live here.

Art and nature, traditions and enogastronomy: the Etruscan Coast is a source of continuous discovery and not only during the summer months.

This charming area was well known for more than seven centuries as the route for kings, emperors, monks and nuns or simple wayfarers.

It was around the year 1000 that the religious unrest in Europe led to devotional journeys with precise destinations: Rome, the site of the martyrdom of St. Peter and St. Paul and arguably the lighthouse of Christianity; the Holy Land, in search of the places of Christ's passion; Santiago di Compostela, the extreme western point of the continent beyond which it was thought no other lands existed and where the Apostle James had been buried.

If not originating with this route, the famous saying "All roads lead to Rome " certainly found confirmation in it.

Entering Italy from the Valley of Aosta, the Francigena Way descended towards Rome through Piacenza, Parma, Lucca, Pisa, Pistoia, Florence and Siena, crossing then the Val di Chiana.

The route barely reached Pienza, while it touched Montepulciano and Chianciano Terme before bending south in the direction of Bagno Vignoni, Radicofani, Viterbo and finally Rome.

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Leopoldo Castiglioncello

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Web Page:  No


Languages Spoken:  English, Italian


Types of Breakfasts:  Continental

Special Meals Available:  Yes


Room Types:  Rooms, Suites/Rooms, Suites, Luxury Rooms, Apartments


Private Bathrooms:  Yes

Handicap Accessible:  Yes

Smoking:  Yes

Consumption of Alcohol:  Yes

Children:  Yes

Pets:  Yes


Amenities/Features:  Kitchen, Phone, Gazebo, Garden, Beverage Tray


Nearby Activities:  Bicycling, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, Fishing, Surfing, Windsurfing, Shopping, Dancing, Historical Places, Museums, Castles, Arts & Craft Fairs


Suitable For:  Pleasure, Relaxation, Business, Family, Groups, Anniversaries, Romance, Cultural Experience


Near To:  Beach, Wine Country, Countryside, Nature & Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries


Sunrises:  Yes
Open:  All Year


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