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The Activities of Pisa

Pisa does not only offer the Leaning Tower  and Piazza dei Miracoli, as you can already see in the deepening of the " Vivere Pisa " page, but it has an enormous amount of UNIQUE Activities, in places that even those who live in Pisa do not know much about. The most beautiful satisfaction in visiting a place lies in knowing it from the depths, from its roots, and from its exclusive activities, in being able to  have the satisfaction of  to say; "I was in Pisa and I also saw the tower, enter this page to learn more about our activities! Don't forget to share your best moments on our Social Networks!

This itinerary, which will allow us to reach Sant'Andrea di Compito to visit the exhibition of  Antiche Camellie della Lucchesia , part  from the nineteenth-century Aqueduct of Nottolini on the slopes of the Vorno Mountains.
The aqueduct represents a grandiose monumental work designed to bring within the walls of Lucca, through two separate paths, water of greater and lesser quality. The highest quality water came from the springs while the other from the Serra Vespaiata (a construction that united the waters of Rio San Quirico and Rio di Valle).
The place where the Serra Vespaiata is located is called “Alle parole d'oro” because the locals had mistaken the shiny brass letters that covered an inscription carved on the stone of a small bridge for gold.

PARAGLIDING TUSCANY . FLY TO  PISA AND LUCCA .  with flight instructors

It has no name that emotion you feel inside when you see something capable of bringing a man up, into  sky. It is an irresistible call that you have to listen to.

When I first saw a  paragliding  in flight, I could not believe that a man could float in the air, light as a swallow, gain altitude hanging from a sail, instead of descending inexorably by gravity, as he would do with a parachute. That set of lines seemed to me to have harnessed the wind, allowing the pilot to use its strength to be carried higher into the sky. But what was that strange kite?