Golfo di Trieste, Trieste

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Golfo di Trieste is a large shallow bay of the Adriatic Sea, shared by Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia. Prominent bays in the Italian section include the Bay of Panzano and Bay of Muggia, although there are no notable beaches. Take a car along the Strada Costiera, the road along the coast, where you will find several spots to enjoy views of the gulf as well as beautiful sunsets. Every October since 1969, the international sailing race known as "Barcolana regatta" (or Autumn Cup) takes place here--with over 2,000 participants, it is one of the largest of its kind in the world. Plan your Golfo di Trieste visit and explore what else you can see and do in Trieste using our Trieste travel itinerary maker.
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  • Even if you can't See the reserve (Via PreAccordi with WWF, the visibility of that environment and Place is so clear, transparent and beautiful even From Earth and so not Even Date dive, but you can see From Above Lake Miramare Castle the exact spot to get straight and Headed to the Sphinx positioned at the entrance to the Marina which (In Time) Welcomed the incoming ships to MIRAMARE Castle
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  • Possible that Trieste has a Bay so beautiful and you are not able to appreciate it properly? The Gulf of Trieste is an inlet of the Adriatic Sea, between the island of Grado (Friuli Venezia Giulia) and punta Salvore (Croatia), near Piran (Slovenia). Really might not have anything to envy to other famous gulfs if it were valued as it deserves, however already so it is enjoyable!
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  • To the distant Castle of Miramare is a succession of curiosity from sight with binoculars, however a staggering collection of blue and green, blue, and green "furnished" or decorated by what nature has given to Trieste.
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