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Castello di Santa Severa, Santa Marinella
(3.6/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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  • Beautiful castle in an enviable position ... visible sea side ... friendly staff ... edited and maintained well. You can visit the Interior of the Castle also open in winter. car parks in abundance. Nice ... to visit ...
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  • I went there several times, in any season. Let's say that in winter with semi deserted beach is an appealing place. The castle is not open to the public, but reflected in the sea is wonderful. Recommend it to everyone, especially to those who don't like crowds and want to take a walk on the beach (not in the summer of course)
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  • Despite the beauty of the place and the brightness of the days, the castle is closed from 25 September on decision of the Lazio region. Really a great pity.
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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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