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I Barcaioli del Mincio

Porticciolo di Grazie, 46010, Curtatone, Italy
+39 0376 349292
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Nice boat ride with free Italian lesson

The Mincio parc is a fluvial system with water coming from the Lago di Garda. I Barcaioli del... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2015
pverwilt
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Geel, Belgium
An altogether charming experience

As the Mincio river widens into lakes and wetlands as it approaches and circles Mantova, part of it... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2014
JPGuillaume
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Ostend, Belgium
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Fascinating river itineraries in the heart of the Nature Reserve "Mincio's Valleys", very interesting to be explored by boat, because wild, untouched and unspoiled. A unique opportunity to sail through reeds, water lily spread in the myriad of channels and waterways crossing the wide expanse of water; admire the rarest birds and follow the sunset from the water, with the far away outline of the town of Mantua, among the lotus flowers. Natural and unusual landscapes for people that prefer a more discreet and authentic tourism to the crowded beaches, surrounded by an uncontaminated nature, that introduces itself different at any season, with charm and atmosphere, proudly shown by the local boatsmen and their knowledge. Excursions from March to November, from the docks of Grazie of Curtatone (behind the Sanctuary) and, on request from Mantua or Rivalta. We offer our services to individual, small and large groups. We transport up to 100 people with our three boats, and two are a new echo-compatible boats, suitable to transport disabled, and carrying also bicycles.
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  • Very good28%
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18 Jul 2015
“Nice boat ride with free Italian lesson”
22 Jun 2014
“An altogether charming experience”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Porticciolo di Grazie, 46010, Curtatone, Italy
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+39 0376 349292
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Reviewed 19 July 2015

The Mincio parc is a fluvial system with water coming from the Lago di Garda. I Barcaioli del Mincio provide very nice boat 1.5 hour rides starting from Grazie. The main thing to see are the lotus flowers and the birds (even though there are...More

Thank pverwilt
Reviewed 22 June 2014

As the Mincio river widens into lakes and wetlands as it approaches and circles Mantova, part of it has become a natural reserve, a lush and quiet place, where different kinds of boat cruises are organised: ordinary visits, but also sunset and moonlight cruises, and...More

Thank JPGuillaume
Reviewed 13 June 2014

We have booked this attraction by mail when we have planned the trip to the area. The have asked only for a mail confirmation without asking any down payment by Mrs Paola. Upon arrival, I was nicely surprised to realize that they remember us and...More

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Reviewed 4 September 2013

Excellent boat excursion on the Mincio river, Gabriele very knowledgeable about wild life and biological balance and history. Lovely tour with beautiful wild life views. Enjoyed it greatly. Highly recommend.

Thank bruna b
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