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Donnalucata, Ragusa
(4.1/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • We have been visiting in Donnalucata in October month of the last 3 years. Although October is off-season is all still open, restaurants, supermarket, etc. -the small town living on reduced sleep, while most other beach resorts just closed down. The beach is beautiful, long and fantastic.
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  • We had a couple of lovely swims off the sandy beach. Showers were in working order. We were there in mid-October and it was perhaps off season, the beach club didn't seem to be open and we couldn't sp...  more »
  • Beautiful quiet village overlooking the sea, with restaurants in inner lumen and not on the clean and quiet waterfront. Great solution for the quiet life and to enjoy the view on the waves. Eateries not lacking on the road and in the alleys leading down to the waterfront, and are discreet and refined. The Boardwalk does not allow access to an equipped beach and for those who want to umbrellas and sand, simply move to the West and East of the city centre, although the beaches are virtually nonexistent. This is intended to be an oasis of relaxation. Nice!
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