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Spiaggia di Castellamare del Golfo

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Summit Craters 3300mt:Guide Service+Cable car+jeep(one way)from Rifugio Sapienza

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Most Mt. Etna excursions stop at the Silvestri Craters on the lava-covered slopes, but with this exclusive tour you can reach the top of Europe’s highest active volcano with a volcanologist guide. Take a cable car and off-road vehicle to Torre del Filosofo and then continue on foot about a mile (2 kilometers) to the summit craters. Learn about the volcano’s history from your guide and enjoy sweeping views over the coastline.
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nottstripper wrote a review Sep 2019
Hucknall, United Kingdom34 contributions42 helpful votes
Castellamare di Stabia is a sea front town with great connections to Naples, Pompei, Sorrento and Salerno. It sadly fails to fully capitalise on its sea front location and rich history. The beach appears to be black pumice grit, there are few seafront bars, those that are present seat their diners in the middle of the road. The town is a confusing network of inter-twining roads, driving them is a real nightmare since the locals observe no rules, its every man for himself. Parking is virtually impossible. On the plus side, there is a cable car ride to the top of Mount Faito providing awesome views of the bay of Naples and Vesuvius. If your in town you must visit the two Archeological sites comprising of two well preserved Roman Villas that were abandoned following the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Entry is free too.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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davidj0d0nnell wrote a review Aug 2019
Shoreham-by-Sea, United Kingdom59 contributions65 helpful votes
Excellent beach safe for children. Park on blue lines €1 an hour or several car parks for €3 4 hours or €5 all day. Several cafes and restaurants
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Date of experience: August 2019
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lf174 wrote a review Jul 2019
London, United Kingdom81 contributions39 helpful votes
Family of 4 plus 2 grandparents, one with mobility issues. Uses wheelchair but can do a few stairs and some walking with crutches. This beach is reasonably accessible and has a gentle slope into the water. Calm, safe sea. There is plenty of public beach available if you have your own umbrellas etc but we used one of the lidos (lido pirata) because it had a disabled toilet and a plastic walkway down the sand to the sea. This is a very authentic Italian beach, especially on a Sunday, lots of people, families, noise, kids, ice creams, eurotrash music. Great if you like that type of beach. For our requirements it was perfect.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Libor Hais wrote a review Jul 2019
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You can snorkel just on the very left side of the beach, where the hill is, but only fish were there
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Date of experience: June 2019
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gregjckg wrote a review Oct 2018
Melbourne, Australia34 contributions13 helpful votes
Preferable to nearby Giudaloca for its sandy shore. Plenty of space for people who don't want to use the ombrelloni and lettini. As there was a bit of a swell the day we were here, there were actual waves to do a bit of body surfing.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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