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Spiaggia di Capaci, Capaci
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  • Only a Capable you can pay 10 euros for umbrella and two chairs of course without advice and if you want to take a shower you have to also pay
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  • We frequent this beach for 40 years and you have to make a distinction: the part that reaches from the Boardwalk is accessible via Riccione (road parallel to the highway). The first part is the best. There are very nice and comfortable, equipped with bar, showers, and paid positions; every piece of public beach lido also has a free, however you must also manage and care for. Despite the summer, even the environment is right. And in addition there is a large car park in front of (just € 4 X the whole day). Over the Boardwalk, the beach continues, and is accessible on foot from the beach itself or by car from Riccione. Here is a more popular, I'm not saying he's ugly but I don't like it. the beach is also most neglected is dirty. Therefore I recommend Capable, which is beautiful, but took "the right side"!!
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  • The beach itself would be a paradise if people respect a little more. It's a shame too because X the rest I think is well organized.
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