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Isola Del Sole Grado
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Professor04 wrote a review Jan 2018
Welland610 contributions205 helpful votes
The main attraction is the wonderful Adriatic beach – clean and bright. There is a small entrance charge for the eastern part, and most of the beach is covered with umbrella and bench rentals. The water is quite shallow and stays shallow for quite a distance so if you want deep water you will be quite far from the shore. The environment is family friendly, and there are plenty of places to eat close to the water. The nice leisurely pace of life ensures you will have a relaxing vacation.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Marian B wrote a review Aug 2016
18 contributions4 helpful votes
We went in Grado with family in rented bungalow in Ca'Laguna resort with nice swimming pool. Unfortunately we had to take a car every day to reach beach. But the beach was very nice. In Grado there is payed beach but we didn't realized any difference between payed and public. Moreover public one we considered as better. Services are very good, personel very kind and close to the beach you find restaurabts with very good foods. Grado itself is very good place to taste good see foods! I recomend.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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EmmaTrend wrote a review Mar 2016
96 contributions18 helpful votes
My family come from Grado and even though my nona loves here in the UK we still visit. It's changed so much in the years I've been going (36!) And it's still way better than anywhere else. But I'm biased. I still remember the Ambriabella. If you want to see real Italy, this is a great place to be.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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ferdiwallace1 wrote a review Aug 2015
Devon, United Kingdom29 contributions31 helpful votes
My family and I have been coming to this beautiful corner of Italy for many years. We normally rent an apartment for our two week stay from one of the many rental agencies although there are many hotels and several camping sites in the area if you prefer. We love Grado for it's peaceful relaxed atmosphere and for the beaches and warm sea. (this year the air temperature was 37 degrees C and the sea temperature was 33 degrees C). The beaches are sandy and the water is very shallow, ideal for young children to play in. There are pay to enter beaches at one end and a free beach at the other end with a long promenade in-between. There are many restaurants, bars and shops to eat in, drink in and browse in the evenings which stay open until late. A few kilometres outside of Grado is the old roman town of Aquileia with its many ruins to see. There is also a small passenger ferry that runs to Grado from Trieste so you can get on that for a shopping/site seeing trip to the city of Trieste. From Grado you can also get a boat that goes to the Island sanctuary of Barbana situated in the lagoon (about 20 minutes journey) where there is a working monastery and a church dedicated to the Madonna, there is a nice restaurant there where you can have lunch. In the old part of Grado you can wander through it's narrow streets and view it's churches and it's history. From the nearby towns of Monfalcone or Cervignano you can catch a train to Venice for as little as 15 euros return. To us a holiday in Grado is perfect.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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Nadejda S wrote a review Jul 2015
Sofia, Bulgaria112 contributions26 helpful votes
Beautiful old town in Grado, charming architecture, beautiful pavement, romantic streets with stone houses.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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