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G.I.T. Grado Impianti Turistici S.P.A

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G.I.T. Grado Impianti Turistici S.P.A

91 Reviews
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Viale Dante Alighieri 72, 34073, Grado Italy
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Izola Private Walking Tour
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Izola Private Walking Tour

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Get to know the fishing village of Izola, located east of Piran on Slovenia's Adriatic coast, on this private walking tour. You'll have the chance to learn about Izola's history and enjoy its ambiance, which most visitors to Slovenia overlook. This is a great way to see a bit more of the country off the beaten path.
US$175.02 per adult
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stefano s wrote a review May 2018
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Unbelievably the reinforcement bags are still there. The problem is that they are slowly wearing and breaking giving a D-Day touch to the scene. You can pay for an expensive entry ticket without getting a nice seaside. The sand morning cleaning is also missing meanwhile other touristic cities they are offering it. This should be a must in Grado.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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stefano s wrote a review Jun 2017
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Visiting the Grado seaside we noted some IMPROVEMENTS! This is a great new as the new major (I supposed) took actions about the refurbishment of the strip between Città Giardino and Pineta. Well done! Now it is possible to walk with no dangers and/or smells and enjoy the area which become again similar to the wild lagoon. The reinforcement bags are still laying broken on the sand (I don't know what they wait to remove these dirty textiles...) and probably the old pool is still falling apart nevertheless something has been done and this means that Yes we can! Enjoy!
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Luisella P wrote a review Mar 2016
Brussels, Belgium172 contributions74 helpful votes
We have been going to Grado beach for the last thirty years, first with our children and now with the grandchild. The beach used to be well kept and quiet: a typical Adriatic sea family resort rather on the up market side. It is no longer that: apart from the first section with the white umbrellas, the rest has gone down the drain. Certainly the entrance price and what they charge for a cabin and deck chairs is not justified. We now just walk along it and go for a quick swim: be aware of the fact that they cannot charge for that as long as you don't use their equipment.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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Marcopac wrote a review Aug 2015
Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy1270 contributions4632 helpful votes
It has many possibilities, many services but most of them are not well used. I can't attribute less than three points because their equipped with all you need to deal discreetly a summer vacation.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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stefano s wrote a review Jul 2015
514 contributions79 helpful votes
The gate+badge entrance system is not delivering a user friendly presentation of this seaside tourist area. the pool was under maintenance in July. the access to the 2 kids playgrounds was forbiddend because there were work in progress. there are at least 250 m of abandoned structures just sideway the seaside and this situation is not improving in spite of the time past. the sand area between Città Giardino and Pineta shows relict of trees which lay there maybe from this wintertime. hills of algae accumulated and left abandoned decors this walking passage. there are white reinforcing bags visible under the sand on the seaside but nobody cares to cover them... the only portion which has been refurbished some years ago is close to the parco delle rose entrance but it is too small. the same improvements should have been made to the rest of the area. instead it is still possible to witness the old pool structure falling apart close to the thermae entrance. the management of such structure is kindly invited to take care of their customers as they pay the highest price.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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