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Baia Calalunga, Peschici
(3.7/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Baia Calalunga is located in Peschici. To visit Baia Calalunga on your trip to Peschici, use our Peschici travel itinerary maker.
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  • It is the third year that we return to Calalunga for dream-baths, during our summer holidays in Peschici. The very well equipped beach offers every comfort and service of the lifeguards. At lunch time the self service offers a wide variety of local dishes and not, with the possibility of having some dish on demand if there is such a rush. Excellent Eggplant parmigiana and rice, mussels and potatoes. Comfortable upholstered sofas and joyful with parasol and space in the evening the arena with dances. Good management.
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  • Hard to find as not reported, as all other bays of the rest, we were both at the long Bay of the Turks: aside from the strong wind, the bays are very nice and inviting ... pity that once off they are unpleasant surprises, especially for a beach. I attach photos to document.
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  • August 22, 2016. Umbrellas everywhere. The sea is not seen miss me in the third row. Only one bathroom for sex for the whole establishment, under conditions that manco in a bar in lowest level ... Kitchen closes at 3:30 on August 22, for heaven's sake get it huh ... but then there is the bar of the establishment which has only dried mini-pizzas and focaccias chewy. At the beach you are on top of each other, although the space would be very large. That's the point of having beaches so if then flock and people are tight? That's the point of having the Gargano if then this is so? That's the point of having an establishment if customers do not have services? That's the point of having the sea if we see only umbrellas? The beach is great, but definitely mishandled because herein lies more attention to quantity, not quality.
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