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Lido Di Sperlonga

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Lido Di Sperlonga

115 Reviews
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Via di salette, Sperlonga Italy
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Private VIP Tour at Blue Grotto
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Private VIP Tour at Blue Grotto

On this private VIP tour only your group can participate up to a maximum of 12 people. will set sail from Sperlonga's harbour and we will sail slowly inside the Riviera di Ulisse Regional Park. We will tell you about our coast, rich in history and breathtaking landscapes. We will start from the Grotta di Tiberio adorned by the homonymous emperor with numerous marble sculptures depicting the exploits of Ulysses. We will continue along the ancient Via Flacca (187a.C.). We will admire the medieval towers dating back to 1500 and finally the marvelous natural limestone caves: the Bazzano caves, the Capovento caves and the most suggestive one, the "Blue Grotto". Ready for the swim break? immerse yourself in its crystal clear waters! you can snorkel cooler and swim to the cave if you like ... it will be absolutely worth it! this moment of suggestion and relaxation will end only when we return to the harbour.
$272.44 per adult
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Linda R wrote a review Jan 2018
38 contributions9 helpful votes
We stopped in Sperlonga on our way to Rome from the Amalfi Coast and we were supposed to only go for dip and ended staying hours. To this day it is still the favorite beach of my children as it was shallow for such a long way out and had waves :)
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Date of experience: August 2017
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IzaRos wrote a review Aug 2017
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We were in Sperlonga in May and it was so so quite. The tourist season hadn't started yet and there were only us and seniors which was very nice. The beaches are amazing - so wide and clean and they even had som beach toys that my child could play with when she got bored with us!
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Jrzturtl wrote a review Feb 2017
Sussex, New Jersey5 contributions4 helpful votes
We were in Rome in July 2016- sweltering 92*F heat and the long lines you'd expect in the peak of the tourist season. We decided to get out of town and asked the desk clerk at our hotel how far it was "to the beach". Of the two towns she suggested, she recommended Sperlonga. It's just over a 90 minute and EU 7 train ride, followed by a 15 minute bus ride. The Lido was just what we were looking for- for EU 20/each, a nice big shady umbrella, two chaise lounges and a small table. They have changing rooms, a shower (hot water,I think was a small charge- have pocket change handy). Also a bar and restaurant. The view up and down the beach was great and the Tyrrenian Sea was picture postcard blue. Everything was very clean. Would definitely go back there again !
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Kanica M wrote a review Oct 2016
Singapore, Singapore60 contributions6 helpful votes
I went to Rome in July 2016 with my friend. We decided to go to a beach. Sperlonga was definitely the right choice. We took a train from termini station ( approx. 7€ ). The train journey was for 1hr till Fondi station. From Fondi we took a bus ( approx. 15 mins drive ) to the beach. The bus ride was very nice as we were going through the mountains. The beach was very nice. BEAUTIFUL view. We had an amazing time at the beach. It was very neat and peaceful as well. One must travel to this beach in case you travel to Italy. We were able to spend only a couple of hours over there. I wish we could spend the whole day…Totally worth travelling.!!
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Date of experience: July 2016
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kchokka1 wrote a review Aug 2016
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One of the best sandy picturesque beaches I have been to for a family day out. I took a day trip from Rome and was well worth it despite the tourist and local crowd. The beach to the left of the harbour was beautiful. 25 Euros will get u 2 sun beds and an umbrella. Get the train from pyramide and then bus to Sperlonga.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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