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The other six proposed small-scale terminals are at Genoa and Livorno, on the Tyrrhenian Sea, Naples, Gela in southern Sicily and Porto Marghera and Ravenna in the Adriatic. Besides HiGas, only Ravenna and a second Oristano project, tabled by Edison, have received the necessary authorisations.
In fact, Rome extends its borders to the coasts of the Tyrrhenian sea, and its marina is a central point for many activities, thanks to the excellent sea-water quality. Completely renovated, the Marina is close to the Leonardo Da Vinci Fiumicino Airport, and offers a lot of public services including restaurants, ...

“In June, sunny days are paired with the aroma of orange blossoms and jasmine along the entire Amalfi Coast, and the Tyrrhenian Sea will be warm enough for a dip," says Lohan. July is generally considered the height of peak season in the region, so in June, you'll find slightly lower hotel rates and fewer ...
In total, firefighters were called out at least 40 times across greater Rome and especially its coast, which was battered by heavy rain and winds sweeping in from the Tyrrhenian Sea. The station of Prima Porta, on the train line between Rome and Viterbo, was closed to northbound trains due to the bad ...
Each of them planted the Bordeaux varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot in the sand and clay soils a couple of miles from the Tyrrhenian sea. But what has distinguished Satta all along is his heresy of believing in Bolgheri Sangiovese. Most Bolgheri estate owners and winemakers ...
The 2018 season opening of Casa Angelina – a romantic retreat carved into the cliffs of the Amalfi Coast for couples in search of a relaxing escape – will see the launch of a couple's massage room; a spa relaxation terrace overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea; and a new spa treatment incorporating indigenous ...

Calabria is best known for its sprawling beaches along the Tyrrhenian Sea on the west coast and the Ionian Sea on the east coast, and their dramatic cliffs, coves, and surreal rock formations. On most beaches, you can either rent umbrellas and chairs or bring your own. The stretches of sand with rows of ...
Capri, together with Ischia and Procida, is the one of the three main islands of Campania, a region in Southern Italy with an area of about 13,500 km² and a population of 5,836,317 (2016). The distinctive features of the region are its mild climate, the abundance of art and historical sites, the strong passion ...
Having proven a runaway success in Milan, the Esselunga Supermostra comes to Florence, where the Italian supermarket chain opened its first ever Tuscan store in 1961. Combining multimedia visuals, trolley installations and posters of memorable products, this immersive exhibition offers a social ...
Livorno - In recent days, the Port System Authority of the Northern Tyrrhenian Sea, the Harbourmaster's Office of Livorno and ISPRA (the Superior Institute for Environmental Protection and Research) signed a five-year memorandum of understanding that commits the parties, each with its own competencies ...

... father would ever fib to his son, he redoubles his efforts, short legs skipping blithely over the pebbles – until, as his energy and enthusiasm expire, I hoik him on to my shoulders and we stride to the top of the bluff, to see the land dropping away sharply under us, and the Tyrrhenian Sea sparkling beyond.
Snow fell in the north and the middle of the country, and on the southeastern coast. The contrast between the air and sea temperatures has generated yet another storm system in the Tyrrhenian Sea. Waves crashed into the harbours of the Balearic Islands. Corsica suffered flash floods, a Bora wind blew out ...
... environmental and human variables. Now it is essential to consolidate the traffic that we've acquired so far. The port of Taranto, due to its cultural affinity and geographic location, looks to the Eastern Mediterranean area for its future development, rather than towards the Adriatic and the Tyrrhenian Sea.”.
Sparks flew when I met Iddu. An apricot sun melted into the Tyrrhenian Sea as day drowsed into dusk; the Milky Way's stellar scarf flared across the heavens. I stifled a shiver — not from the unexpectedly chilly breeze, but from the menace of Iddu's outbursts. He grumbled. He roared. He thundered with ...
It covers the western Mediterranean Sea waters, which extend along the Northern Alboran Sea, the Gulf of Lion and the Tyrrhenian Sea, covering the Balearic archipelago and the islands of Corsica and Sardinia and concerns mainly France, Italy and Spain. In 2015, the fleet covered by this multiannual ...
... scenic journey through the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along the rugged shoreline, the road winds past small beaches, pastel-colored fishing village, grand villas, terraced vineyards and cliffside lemon groves. It swerves through small towns like Positano, with views of the Tyrrhenian Sea sit below.
“In January 1944, about six months before D-Day, an Allied force of 36,000 soldiers launched one of the first attacks on continental Europe at Anzio, a city located about 35 miles South of Rome, on the Tyrrhenian Sea. The assault was conceived as the first step toward an eventual siege of Rome. Although ...


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