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Viale Quattro Novembre 18, 54038 Cinquale Italy
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Travel along the paths of Lake Porta by e-bike
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Travel along the paths of Lake Porta by e-bike

Meeting at APT Cinquale where you leave the e-bikes and walk a short stretch on the sea side, 50 meters away are the Dunes of Forte dei Marmi, where the expert Gianluca will guide you to discover intact vegetation is protected by the WWF . Return to the APT and, riding the ebikes, take the Via Romantica, a stretch along the Versilia river until you reach Lake Porta, an oasis protected by the WWF, where Antonio awaits you, who will illustrate the species of migrants present and stationed on the lake. Antonio is a self-made man expert in ornithology and birdwatching respectful and passionate about nature in general.<br>Visit for an hour and a half, then a nice tour of the Versilia golf course and you will enter via Padre Ignazio da Carrara towards Vittoria Apuana where a good coffee awaits you at the fourth Platano bar or, depending on the time, a delicious aperitif.<br>Finally we return to the APT Cinquale<br><br>
US$49.53 per adult
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OMG0602 wrote a review Jun 2018
Blaricum, The Netherlands24 contributions11 helpful votes
This is quite a trendy beach club. We paid €200 for a tent which had 3 beds, 2 loungers and 2 chairs with a table. There were 4 adults and 2 small babies and we had sufficient space with one tent. The music was quiet although a bit louder by the bar area. We were ok with this although maybe it could be played louder at the beach to create a vibe. We had access to a changing room with a hot shower but I was quite shocked to discover that we had to share it with another guest. I think that having paid €200 the beach club has to offer these facilities for private use only. It was a disappointment. Nonetheless, the table service was good and the quality of the food was also good. We had sushi at our tent but there was the option to go to the restaurant. Overall, we had a decent day at this beach club.
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Date of experience: June 2018
Brook F wrote a review Nov 2016
Shenandoah, Texas201 contributions53 helpful votes
If you want a real Italian beach side experience, you need to check out Lido d'Camaiore. The beacj clubs along the promonade are varied by themes: family-friendly, night club, beach volly ball, etc. The entrance fee is good for the whole day and you relax on the color-coded lounges for that club. Waiters serve all the way out to the waters edge and there are enterprising ladies who offer Asian massages right there at your chaise. Very relaxing.
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Date of experience: September 2016
Marília C wrote a review Jul 2016
Lyon, France3 contributions1 helpful vote
Expensive prices in restaurant vs quality served. Great gazebos and pool. Great for kids. Tents are for 6, thus expensive if you are 2.
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Date of experience: July 2016
Luca_Saccardi wrote a review Sep 2013
Milan, Italy58 contributions35 helpful votes
nice location close to the beach monotone and repeated music the entrance fee is 20euro with table,they closed a little bit early (4a.m.) the music really disappointed me cause they always played the same commercial pop music
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Date of experience: August 2013