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We did not visit the Torre itself but the beach nearby. You have either free part of the beach or some parts with paid umbrellas. From the sea you have nice view of the sandy beach, grassy hills, towering Torre and fast trains speeding behind...More
The beaches in Pineto are good - you have the choice between the umbrella / chairs / restaurant ones, and the open ones (eg near to this tower and others hidden between the umbrellas). The 16th century (watch) tower is a beauty in itself -...More
The Pineto beach area is really quite long and perhaps we simply missed the best part. We ended up quite far north and the beach was pebbles not sand (it was also a fairly windy day which probably didn't help. The area was very nice...More
The beaches near to the Tower are really good. They are open access so you don't get the lines of sunloungers and umbrellas. You can find your own space and settle in for a great day of beach fun. You will have to park on...More
This was a welcomed change - the beaches in Abruzzo, although fun, are dominated by umbrellas, chairs, restaurants, people and activity. Here, you can just take in the view, the space, the majesty of the shoreline. We swam in the evening near sunset, and there...More
We noticed that at last the Tower seemed open to the public, so we went along to see what all the fuss was about. The Tower is now open for festas and holidays during the year as well as in the mid-summer and it certainly...More