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Ponte Borbonico di Lama Monachile

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Ponte Borbonico di Lama Monachile

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Visit of the Polignano a Mare Caves - Boat ride - skipper hire
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During the excursion there is a bathroom break in one of the most beautiful places on the Polignano coast.<br><br>With the Cliff Tour you can enjoy a tasty aperitif with fresh drinks and prosecco offered by the crew.<br><br>WE WILL SHOW YOU THE HIDDEN TREASURES OF THE BEAUTIFUL POLIGNANO A MARE.
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David H wrote a review Nov 2019
East Sussex, United Kingdom115 contributions10 helpful votes
I'm really glad that we were visiting Polignano out of season (mid-October), because I can imagine that this unusually situated bridge must be really busy in the summer – hence the several gelato shops nearby. The view is pretty, and even late in the season numerous brave souls
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Milton Kanno wrote a review Sep 2019
Sao Paulo, SP10,171 contributions23,012 helpful votes
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Maybe the View of the beach is from this bridge, people can see basically the rock cost where a few buildings are on and those sun bathing. That is a great spot also to see the stairs and pathways to the pilars that take place down the bridge across the sea. Wind refreshes
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Chris C wrote a review Jul 2019
Noosa, Australia130 contributions35 helpful votes
Primarily this is a bridge for traffic and pedestrians. Some of the latter have an unfortunate habit of blocking the foot-path to admire the stunning view—but who can blame them. If it's the view you want make sure you descend under the bridge because its stonework is just as
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Philip P wrote a review Jun 2019
Herentals, Belgium754 contributions126 helpful votes
We walked around for 1,5 hours - preceding a gala dinner - over the cobblestones. This was not ideal for the ladies with high heels ;-)
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Balladeer1248 wrote a review May 2019
Auckland Central, New Zealand294 contributions73 helpful votes
Walk down past the entrance to the old town and suddenly you realise you're looking at the view you see on google maps. It's striking, and very different from any beach front in New Zealand. And it's free - if you can avoid the pushy street vendors.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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