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The first night we arrived we went for dinner at spinnaker which was really not nice. The waiter was very rude although another girl was lovely.
I ordered spaghetti with clams which were horrible.
It is quite pricey what what it offers!!
Going around though...More
Beautiful red granite rocks, fine white sand, clearly blue water, harbour with motorboats and a lovely promenade - that is Isola Rossa. There are restaurants, ice-cream parlous, shops and small boutiques along the way. We stayed for an evening to enjoy the view and relaxe...More
Small fishing village with a harbour, Some restaurants and a couple of shops. Things close on a Sunday (which is unheard of in the UK) and there is a lovely feel about the place. Nice beach and some old towers from a time long gone....More
I loved it here. The red ((Rosso) granite rocks that predominate the area are beautiful, with crystal clear water in coves that you can discover, explore and swim. There is not much in the way of commercial entertainment but this made it so much better....More
The Rosas beach was interesting but not what we were told, the hotel person said it was red sand. It was just normal golden brown sand. Easy parking. Yummy gelato close by. we saw a lot of beaches on the trip and there are nicer...More
The Isola Rossa is an excellent base for exploring the north-western part of the island. It is a pleasant and peaceable place where everything is happening on the small place. It has two beaches, first is on the town (the Spaggia Lunga Isola Rossa) and...More
We came here in the late summer after a busy few months back home and it was the ideal place to relax.
The town/village itself is lovely with two great beaches nearby and another a 30 minute walk away. There are plenty of restaurants too,...More