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Diciannove, Santa Cesarea Terme

(1.2/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Relax by the sea at Diciannove, a summer resort offering three large pools and lots of space to play games or enjoy the sun. Parasols and beach chairs are available, or you can lay out a towel on the grass. There are also several volleyball courts. The pools are designated for different crowds, including one for kids and more lively visitors and a quieter pool for relaxing. To visit Diciannove and get the most from your holiday in Santa Cesarea Terme, create itinerary details personal to you using our Santa Cesarea Terme vacation planner.
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  • The place is lovely. With a small child, the fun is guaranteed. Safest than the various beaches around, as are swimming pools with salt water. There is the baby pool, which is a charm. Perfect to ente...  more »
  • By chance we met the 19 newly arrived at the reception desk we were greeted by Mr. DINO an exceptional man sympathetic and friendly bar staff and restaurant with a smile we spent 2 wonderful weeks so much that when we had to say goodbye and was a horrible lonely shadow the manager who could see us 20 times a day they never smile talking a Hello before criticizing the staff should start him to learn the courtesy Thanks guys for the 19
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  • Beautiful structure potentially notch but handled badly. We tried only one of the three pools (others closed due to bad weather) but the little care and cleaning of spaces. Views butts everywhere and creepy bathrooms ... the pool has a rough pavement and not pleasant at the foot. In water seen several external debris and sand/loam. But why spoil it? Boh! Poor judgment just because the structure is nice too. The rest is to change everything!
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