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Ostuni Half day Tour with OLIVE OIL tasting
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Ostuni Half day Tour with OLIVE OIL tasting

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Explore the charming "white&#xa0;town"&#xa0;Ostuni perched atop a hill overlooking the coastal plane with seemingly endless olive groves. <br><br>Learn how to distinguish high quality olive oil extra virgin from lower quality products in a organic olive oil mill.
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traveltravelk wrote a review Sep 2019
Winchester, United Kingdom50 contributions8 helpful votes
Nice stretch of beach with shallow water for young children. This beach is a good option out of season because we found some of the others were empty or the bar and cafe parts didn't open. Even though people said September was still busy some places seem to have stopped opening or don't open in full. The beach bar has good drinks and crisps or croissant type snacks. The car park is available if you want the public beach or to sit on the longers and use the umbrellas. We paid 6euros for loungers and 7 for umbrellas. Umbrellas have cup holders and small drawer for belongings. They are permanently in the ground so you move your bed to chase the shade if needed. Behind the beach bar is a cafe type food shack. The panini, salads or folded toasted wraps all tasted good. We arrived at 10 and it was quiet it gradually got busier as the day went on.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Ric027 wrote a review Jun 2019
London, United Kingdom31 contributions11 helpful votes
Located on a nice stretch of sandy beach near the dunes of the natural reserve, the lido offers singers and umbrellas for hire. Quite densely packed, it gets very busy at weekends or during high season. But in June, during the week, it wasn’t too busy. Basic facilities (toilets and changing area) available. Bar prices are reasonable and there are some food options available. Friendly staff.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Andy M wrote a review Sep 2018
High Wycombe28 contributions4 helpful votes
The beach was perfect, worth visiting in the late afternoon once the temperature drops. Clean and not too crowded. Well worth the 25 mins drive South from Monopoli. Only downside was the 5 euro parking charge . Altogether I would recommend this lovely,clean beach.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Lelle2013 wrote a review Aug 2018
Stockholm, Sweden142 contributions54 helpful votes
A bit expensive though 20 Euros for two sunbeds and a parasolle. Big plus that lifeguards were on duty. Clean long stretch of beach and a wide range of stuff in the little kiosk, but totally uninterested in selling something to you.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Laurent G wrote a review Aug 2016
Vincennes, France7 contributions2 helpful votes
No proper place to get something to eat. Had to wait 1 hour for a sandwich !! A disaster !! I wouldn't recommend this beach. Lido Bizarre is much better.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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