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Castello di Santa Severa, Santa Marinella

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  • You have to visit this castel made in XIV-century.The beach is also very nice and clean.In the summer is best to visit. 
  • Unfortunately it is closed during the winter and summer will visit him as soon as possible. In any case already see it from outside is beautiful and does not happen to often see nowadays a castle in such a good state of preservation and in contact with the sea. Appointment in spring-)
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  • Easy access to the Castle, ample parking, all externally beautiful with spectacular views of the walls and towers from the adjacent Beach, sin is closed during the winter and then enjoyed only from the outside. At the entrance, however, is not kept properly and even the surrounding area which looks run down and abandoned, too bad because surely deserves more attention and more care. Fantastic sea view at sunset, looks like a postcard.
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  • Amazing and Ancient. The First Stones comes from the III B.C.!
  • Easy to access and nice view.
  • Gorgeous. Loved the beach by the castle
  • Very nice I really recommend it and more is near the beach. Preferably not during the summer months because it is quieter. Among other things also have ample parking. A really nice place and very well maintained.
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  • Well maintained and with interesting archaeological remains. Too bad you can't visit the rooms and hallways of the upper floors. It would be desirable for greater synergy between the Maritime Museum and the castle itself, at the time under two different administrations.
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