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Bagni della Regina Giovanna

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Bagni della Regina Giovanna

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Tackle two of Italy’s historical sites with ease on a full-day tour that includes round-trip transport—guaranteed to save you hours of time planning. Discover little-known facts about the UNESCO-listed ruins of Pompeii from a guide, and wander around the crater of Mt. Vesuvius without worrying about safety. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included for added convenience.
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moot1 wrote a review Oct 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom19 contributions10 helpful votes
We were blessed with beautiful sunny February weather and took the walk here from the centre of Sorrento. We followed the Sunflower walking guide which managed to avoid walking along the main roads, but without it we wouldn't have found these hidden routes. I highly recommend this book - mine is 15 years old and still accurate! The walk there is actually lovely (if you avoid the roads) the path down to the cove from the main road is steep though, so it's quite a trek back up. But we loved it and we only saw one other person while we were there, but of course it was February! There are the remains of an old Roman villa and a few little areas of the original white mosaic floor remain if you are eagle-eyed enough to spot it...(the other visitor to the site showed us) The views on the way back towards Sorrento are very pretty. You can imagine all the people throughout history who have bathed here - it's quite something!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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RickyAllen3 wrote a review Sep 2020
Bath, United Kingdom31 contributions42 helpful votes
Good for a half day - Essentially a swimming hole in an amazing location. Beautiful place to swim but not easiest walk down, gets busy and there are very few places to sit out of the water unless you choose the surrounding cliffs which results in climbing up and down the sole steep and narrow access track which can get slippery. The surrounding cliff area (with Roman ruin) provides scenic views and is worth seeing so worth going even if you don’t want to swim. However, walk back up the hill to the road at the end of your visit is quite steep so this might not be for you if you’re not mobile but worth it if you can. Recommend going as early as you are able to arrive before gets too busy.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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VickyBerrow wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom18 contributions7 helpful votes
Beautiful cove with rocks and plenty of room for sunbathing. We visited on a Saturday in early September and it was fairly busy by 11am. You can park at the top of the hill (well signposted off Via Capo) for €2 per hour and make sure to get a panini and some water before you head down! It's definitely worth swimming in the natural pool with the arch but will be easier if you have swim shoes or flip flops at the very least. Decent shoes are recommended as it's a good 10/15 min walk down to the coast and quite rocky/dusty once you get down there - my flip flops weren't the best choice! The Roman ruins are great to look around too. Best sunbathing and swimming spots are to the left of the natural pool.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Valentin wrote a review Aug 2020
Budapest, Hungary7 contributions5 helpful votes
You should not miss this place! Usually quite crowded so don't bring much stuff with you, preferably just your swimming stuff. Lovely, truly unique spot, worth visiting.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Julie P wrote a review Mar 2020
Northborough, Massachusetts29 contributions12 helpful votes
If you're in Sorrento, take the bus to this great swimming hole. It's easy to reach by bus and other people have posted detailed instructions on how to get there. The swimming is amazing, both in the protected cove and the sea, which is easily reached in via a natural stone archway. The view of Naples and Vesuvius as you walk to the bagni is also spectacular. It's good fun watching people jump from the cliffs too (or actually jumping if you're brave enough). Swim shoes are nice if you have them as it's very rocky.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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