lazy or hyperactive? never mind, in both cases you can find something to do… or not to do!

To close the eyes and listen to the sea, to jump from the highest rock, to look for Tony the octopus (but it will be not necessary to cook it..), to warm up in the sun, to have a romantic dinner on the cliff, to wait for the full moon, to forget to wear your shoes for all the day, to walk to Montemarcello and to watch the landscape from a high point of view, to visit Cinque Terre without worrying for the parking place, to walk to Lerici just to pamper yourself with the best ice cream, to do trekking to La Serra (It is nice to go to La Serra especially during the snail sagra, at the end of August), to do shopping at the flea and antique market in Sarzana and to do shopping in Forte dei Marmi (it is suitable especially for the fashionista), to be lost in the biggest and wonderful marmo cave in Carrara, to do scuba diving with the expert guide around the Tino island and to look for Grongo fish there, to rent a boat and to discover new bays with it, to visit Portovenere and to have the most romantic drink during the sunset that you ever had in your life, to do 1000 steps to arrive in Punta Corvo sand beach (or to go there by boat if you are lazy), to visit the Tower of Pisa or Firenze which are not so far, to visit Lucca which is a lovely little town, to visit the art gallery in Pietrasanta, to look for the fishes in the Acquario of Genova, to forget to check your smartphone, to listen to “the legend of” Tony the octopus (“tale/legend”) and to look for the marks which it left on the small church in Tellaro, to eat testaroli and panigacci in Lunigiana area, to start doing trekking and to end up doing yoga…Or you might simply do nothing and just relax the whole day…