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Parco Archeologico di Saturo, Leporano

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TripAdvisor
  • Beautiful location. ... but hardly anything to see over the sea and the scogliera...il Archaeological Park is in a State of complete disrepair for lack of staff and infrastructure
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  • Review these excavations totally abandoned and unattended was a blow to the heart ... it's definitely not Pompeii, they are definitely not the Roman Forum ... but for us that's where our story began, Ta ...
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  • Nice place, to close are two nice clen beaches, you can spend there nice time with family or with friends, on saturo beach you can get some meal or drink.  more »
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  • It doesn't really exist anymore...you can just see the rest of it..
  • Overlooking the sea, the archeological park of Saturated documents the charm and splendour of a land that welcomed him before the Greeks who wanted their Magna Greece and the capital of all its colonies, Tarentum; then the Romans who conquered and settled there a port, palaces of power filled porches, villas with rooms for banquets and even a heated pool; then the Aragonese who began building coastal towers including the one that now threatens to collapse in this place. An industrious local cooperative, the Polisviluppo, from years dealing with love and passion of this place, taking care of, holding workshops, organizing guided tours, thematic visits, activities, events. A great site and challenging, yet alive and taken care of. And not only in summer, when the real attraction was and remains the sea. Magic sunset to watch the daily ritual of the Sun which goes to rest in the waters of the Gulf of Taranto.
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  • Paying 2 € (parking ticket) leads to an open park that includes the ruins of two Roman villas and a 15th century Spanish Tower, too bad it seems to be completely abandoned to itself. Of the villas you can not understand nor rebuild uses, architecture or spaces, the Tower also has become unsafe and you can't visit. Too bad!
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  • Beautiful place full of history and traces from Greek and Roman times. Wonderful sea views. Only regret for not complete enhancement of this place that deserves much more attention.
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  • Adjacent to the Park, in addition to the lido reeds there is a wide public beach with ample parking for a fee (2-3) and of the kiosks serving food and drinks. The sea is crystal clear as in other stretches of the coast.
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