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Tellaro is a small village on the southern side of the Poets’ Gulf.
The village was settled by Etruscans many centuries b.C. and it’s 4 km from the most famous Lerici; it’s the last one village of the Ligurian coast before many miles of uncontaminated beach (called in the Ligurian Dialect “spiaggioni”) and wonderful forests. There aren’t steets that linked the village with that areas, only tracks or by boat.
Tellaro is rarely crowded of tourist as the close Cinque Terre, Portovenere and Lerici; on its left-hand side, it is linked to the Montemarcello-Magra Regional Park headland plummeting down to the uncontaminated coast and sea. Opposite Tellaro, on the other side of the Gulf, lies the Portovenere headland with its islands Palmaria and Tino.
The picture was took from more than 2 chilometers from the nearby village of Fiascherino.
The Church is the very old San Giorgio. In the middle of the image is possible to see the Isola d’Elba (more than 110 km) and the Northern Tuscany coastline

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