Bagno Castelreggio, Sistiana

Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
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  • Unfortunately we arrived too late Sunday night and the calamari were already over. We had to go to sea bass (not the best) and breaded Sardines (great). Sel-Service and quick service with the ability to see what to choose, with the possibility to eat seafood at an affordable price in a village "Sagra" style environment.
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  • I took an umbrella at this chalet with my parents and I spent a wonderful day. The water is crystal clear and, although close to a Harbor, it looks very clean. Plus the view that you can enjoy taking a bath is amazing: an infinite expanse of water front, a beautiful slope, all green, behind and stony bottom below. The umbrellas are well separated and guarantee everyone a certain freedom of action and the staff are friendly and obliging. The sun warms without burning and the climate is not at all sticky. At the bar under the pergola, you can enjoy the fresh air guaranteed by the shade of the trees of the Mediterranean, that in this place reigns, and sporadic gusts of wind. Too bad the experience of showering, positioned right above the roots of a plant, that the shadows constantly.
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  • About 2 years ago, I had the opportunity to see my comments on the Castelreggio; on this occasion I would like to dedicate a specific review at self-service located within, even in light of the takeover, which occurred earlier this season. As its name suggests, the hotel is open during the summer season, roughly from late May-early June until the end of September; Open 7 days out of 7, from lunchtime until about 22:00. The cafeteria is housed in a series of houses side by side, to form a long single kiosk; There are hinges for tray, placemat, and cutlery, and you start to scroll the bar, along which makes a fine show fairly wide choice of food, mainly fish dishes. We start from cold dishes: raw vegetables, pasta or rice cold, different types of fish salads, fish marinated in olive oil and citrus fruits (sea bass, anchovies), just to name a few. We then move on to the hot items: some pasta (clams or fish sauce), fried seafood (calamari, fried or breaded sardines "," menudaia "," other catch of the day), grilled fish (shrimp, sea bream, sea bass, squid), French fries; all made strictly upon, with some inevitable wait, after all. Everyone makes his choice, and the proprietor and his staff will be nimble to prepare dishes with care and without skimp on quantity. If you wanted to, there is a fruit (melon or watermelon), and sometimes some dessert. At the end of the bar, ordering drinks (very agreeable prosecco) and weld the account, never particularly high, given the quality of the tender; picked up the tray, there sits the planks placed under the pergola. The place is obviously good, discouraged then to anyone in search of comfort and services of a restaurant, but the quality and services offered are absolutely good. The management is the same as the Cohiba bar and restaurant near Acquapazza disco Cantera, and placed on the opposite side at Marina di Sistiana (toward the cliff of the castle of Duino).
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