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Lido di Marausa

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Lido di Marausa

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Marausa, Trapani, Sicily Italy
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Caltanissetta, Italy2,765 contributions29,071 helpful votes
This is Trapani, a big city located in the west side of the Sicily island. In the first picture you could appreciate the city and the Egadi Archipelago.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Firefly1977 wrote a review Sep 2014
Siggiewi, Malta79 contributions68 helpful votes
....but because the wind was blowing in the wrong direction. The sea was not clear as it usually is in the area so I might just have been unlucky.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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Hampy64 wrote a review Sep 2014
Selfkant, Germany7 contributions4 helpful votes
One of the nicest beaches and not as extremely crowded as San Vito lo Capo. A family atmospheric beach. Service is outstanding.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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LPEdwards wrote a review Jun 2014
Suffolk, England21 contributions37 helpful votes
Timing is everything. If you go to Marausa out of season (season being June-middle of September), you're going to wonder where all those pictures on the Marausa site were taken. In common with most other small Sicilian beach resorts, the civic authorities don't begin cleaning the beaches until the mass of tourists arrive. I was there middle of May, and the 'beach' (I use the term loosely), especially at the Torre di Marausa end, was about 3-ft deep in seaweed and frankly depressing. There was nothing open, and the whole area had an abandoned feel to it. I went down to the other end (Marausa Lido/Tritoni ) and here the beach was better because it is bigger, and not so much seaweed had washed up, but it's VERY close to the airport runway at Birgi, and certainly nothing to get excited about off-season. Their website boasts that 'Unlike Trapani’s main beach resort San Giuliano, the waters here in Lido Marausa are shallower, warmer and calmer.' This is also probably why it gets so much seaweed. I went to the Trapani beach that same week, and it was full of holidaymakers on the weekend. I also went to Capo San Vito--exceptionally beautiful; and Castellamare del Golfo--also a lovely beach and clean. I'm sure Marausa has great things going on in the summer, but don't bother trying it when it's not, or you'll come away very disappointed. (P.S. The alghe is the kind that's like dried eucalyptus leaves, not the stinking, clinging kind; but it's in the water, too, for about 6 feet out, as the Italian reviewers pointed out.)
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Date of experience: May 2014
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Hollyssg wrote a review Sep 2012
Playa Coronado, Panama178 contributions98 helpful votes
We liked The Beach, the Sunset Beach Hotel bar and restaurant, the location, the water, the local people.and that it wasn't filled with tour groups eating "the tourist menu" . We like everything about the Lido Marausa
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Date of experience: September 2012
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