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Bagno Carlo

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Bagno Carlo

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Via Lungo Mare 45, 55045 Marina di Pietrasanta Italy
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Historic Versilia by e-bike. From the sea to the hills passing through Pietrasanta
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Historic Versilia by e-bike. From the sea to the hills passing through Pietrasanta

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Welcome to the cycle tour "Versilia Storica Medicea" UNESCO site "Medici Palace" in Seravezza.<br>Pietrasanta, an open - air museum, houses works of art by Fernando Botero, Igor Mitoraj and other artists; Cloister of Sant 'Agostino, home to international exhibitions, located in Piazza Duomo, we will admire the bell tower attributed to Michelangelo Buonarroti.<br>Then we leave for the historic Versiliana Villa that belonged to Gabriele D 'Annunzio, now home to shows, cultural cafés and exhibitions. Then we enter the pine forest in the shade and fine air for a session of cardio-circulatory and fitness activities. Forte dei Marmi stands where the marble road ended, built by Michelangelo to transport the blocks from the Apuan Alps by sea. The Fortino, located in Piazza Garibaldi, was a military, customs and health post, now home to exhibitions and museums of the satire. It owes its worldly fame to the Agnelli family who made it known to the world since the last century.<br>
US$86.32 per adult
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Lilac67 wrote a review Jul 2020
Parma, Italy112 contributions90 helpful votes
Lovely place to relax, enjoy the beach and have lunch. Owners and staff are nice and easy going. Everything is well kept and tidy. Good value for the price: I'll come back to Carlo if in pietrasanta!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Nic B wrote a review Aug 2018
11 contributions2 helpful votes
Great family run club - simple food, friendly service, all very relaxed - perfect for a few days (including weekend) of sun and relaxation. Only less negative comment is that the sea in this area is not so attractive - a bit murky - but that is the same for the whole area and at least it is clean and safe.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Jacqui H wrote a review Jun 2016
Brentwood, United Kingdom13 contributions6 helpful votes
Had a great lunch here, lovely ravioli and the pizzas were great too. Great value for money. Good wine list and friendly staff.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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CC041 wrote a review Aug 2015
Bursa, Turkey141 contributions15 helpful votes
Probably best beach in this area. Really lovely place for swim, eat and spend full day with childrens too. Warm owner and staff. Prices are normal.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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Susana L wrote a review Aug 2013
Lucca, Italy2 contributions2 helpful votes
My family and I have been going to this Bagno for about 19 years and although it has modernised over the years, installing a wonderful play area for children of all ages and eating area and menu, it has been unchanging in the warm welcome to all customers. New and old. It is a family business, and so has a family orientated feel, with all those going having a sense of belonging. As I said before, I have been coming here for a long time but that isn't to say we haven't visited other Bagnos. Although they are all lovely, they are missing the same cohesiveness that Bagno Carlo seems to just have naturally. There is the Bocce (bowls) tornament that is only open to Bagno Carlo customers but draws crowds from the next door Bagnos and the annual 'festa' during which prizes are given and there is dancing until late into the night. This Bagno is baby friendly with lots of changing areas too. I can easily say this is the Bagno to choose if you want a bit of real Italy. I'd never go anywhere else!
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Date of experience: July 2013
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