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Address: Via Umberto I | Localita Porto Miggiano, 73020 Santa Cesarea Terme, Italy
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Quattromila metri quadrati di specchi d'acqua salata, con gazebo,...

Quattromila metri quadrati di specchi d'acqua salata, con gazebo, ombrelloni e lettini, sono l’anima del Diciannove. Tre innovative Biopiscine, a picco sullo splendido mare di Santa Cesarea Terme (Le,)che si differenziano dalle tradizionali per il bassissimo impatto ambientale, rappresentano l’essenza del luogo.Al Diciannove nulla e lasciato al caso. Dalle 9 del mattino fino a notte inoltrata, potrai godere delle mille sfaccettature di una struttura unica in Italia.Di Giorno, molteplici le attività possibili ed i servizi a disposizione di adulti, giovani e bambini. E… non mancheranno le sorprese!Di Notte, invece, il mistero e l’incanto vestiranno di magia il Diciannove, accompagnandovi fino all’alba quando, assieme al sole, sul mare sorgerà un nuovo giorno.Intorno alle piscine, che brilleranno di festa e di estate, in un'atmosfera soft con luci soffuse ed un panorama da sogno, musica dal vivo, piano bar, eventi a tema e tanto altro ancora renderanno piacevolissime le vostre serate. Magari arricchite da piatti gustosi, aperitivi, frutta di stagione e fantasiosi cocktails, che stuzzicheranno il palato.Vi aspettiamo a Pasqua e… da giugno 2013!

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Expensive for what it is

Nice view and pools but unfriendly staff, and very expensive ( double comparing to a Nice beach club) for far to be unforgettable swimming pools... Go a bit further on the coast!

Reviewed 26 August 2015
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Ferrandina, Italy
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Reviewed 27 September 2016

The place is lovely. With a small child, the fun is guaranteed. Safest than the various beaches around, as are swimming pools with salt water. There is the baby pool, which is a charm. Perfect to entertain the kids. Me with a two year old son, I enjoyed seeing him play. The place is really a great idea. An inconvenience,... More 

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Paris, France
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 14 helpful votes
Reviewed 26 August 2015

Nice view and pools but unfriendly staff, and very expensive ( double comparing to a Nice beach club) for far to be unforgettable swimming pools... Go a bit further on the coast!

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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 10 September 2014

Il personale di front della casa sono ignorante, maleducato e si comportano come se fossero in vacanza e non devono lavorare. È costato 80E per 2 lettini e due ombrelloni. Il personale non ha riconosciuto o parlare con me o offrire informazioni sui loro servizi. The staff at front of house are ignorant, rude and behave as if they are... More 

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Reviewed 29 July 2014

Let's be straight: if you go to Otranto or Santa Cesarea why spending 10 euros for a chair (yes a chair) in front of a swimming pool made if white cement? Overlooking the sea yeas but there are plenty of beaches so go there! Restaurant so small and always full. Full of family with kids. A lovely infinity pool on... More 

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Reviewed 28 March 2014

As the sea road winds down to Santa Maria di Leuca- land's End- the coast turns steep and rocky. After a swim in the cave of Grotta Zinzulusa,filled with stalactites and stalagmites,we round the point at Galipoli,the beaches are white as salt and the sea comes in absurdly beautiful shades of violet and turquoise. We wander through the white alleyways... More 

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 23 helpful votes
Reviewed 22 August 2013

We went here on the first day of our holiday on a recommendation. It is an interesting place, a summer club on the seaside, which instead of offering access to the sea, has 3 outdoor pools. I found it a bit strange that Italians would prefer to be at a pool than the sea, but being recommended this place, we... More 

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Como, Italy
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 46 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 July 2013

found this resort by accident - lovely setting, nice pools , good food and excellent service. Not cheap but good value

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