Bagno Teresa

Bagno Teresa, Viareggio: Hours, Address, Bagno Teresa Reviews: 4/5

09:00 - 19:00
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09:00 - 19:00
Tuesday
09:00 - 19:00
Wednesday
09:00 - 19:00
Thursday
09:00 - 19:00
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09:00 - 19:00
Saturday
09:00 - 19:00
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09:00 - 19:00
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4.0
109 reviews
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jims86
Nottingham252 contributions
Quiet early May
May 2017 • Couples
We walked for miles along the beach here. Just redaing the reviews it would appear that we were lucky to be there before the season opened & someone tried to charge us for sitting.
Written 15 May 2017
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Carmine A
London, UK2 contributions
Bagno Teresa / Viareggio
Aug 2016 • Family
Bagno Teresa is a lovely place with a very clean and organised beach and clean Sea , It as a good swimming pool , football peach , and even canoe and other boat to let ,there is a play ground to keep the children occupied and also other table games for the little one . The Best part for me it is the Bar and the Restaurant, the staff are friendly and wonderful environment , The food it is very good and the menu change everyday because they use fresh fish and Seafood . I like to give a special Thank's to Cristiano and is Staff for make our holiday unforgettable
Written 23 August 2016
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Grazie per Aver Recensito il Nostro Lavoro... La Nostra Passione! La Tua Opinione è la Nostra Bussola!
Written 1 October 2016
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Manuela L
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg7,086 contributions
Bagno Theresa / Viareggio
Aug 2015 • Friends
Bagno Theresa is very clean and very well organizated for beach lovers and also for children, cabins and lavabo; this bagno has a nice piscine; chairs and parasol for rent for a day;
Written 26 June 2016
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Grazie per Aver Recensito il Nostro Lavoro... La Nostra Passione! La Tua Opinione è la Nostra Bussola!
Written 1 October 2016
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Rosetta J
4 contributions
You have to know the right spots..
Sep 2013
I come here every year. It is true that the beach is payed.
But there is another option. If you are at the harbour of Viareggio, you see a wall. Behind that wall there is a big and free beach. You can drive around the harbour to get there. It is a big, clean beach and the water is beautiful. You can walk for miles there. If you walk a few miles, you will get to a little village. There you also have payed and free beaches. It is beautiful to go true the big forrest which is there. In the water that streams true the forest, live al kinds of animals, such as turtles.
If you walk all the way true, you will get to a lovely and calm beach...
Written 15 November 2013
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Sarah444
London, UK7 contributions
Great beach
Aug 2013 • Couples
An exceptionally clean and well looked after beach with great, friendly staff! We went 5 days out of our week trip!
Written 16 August 2013
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Jeffery10
Toronto, Canada38 contributions
Terrible beach experience
Jul 2012 • Family
OK - so if you have ever been to the Caribbean - you are unlikely to like this beach. We went to Viarregio because of good reviews and it was a waste of time. We spent our two days doing day trips to Lucca and Pisa (both of which are well worth the 20 minute train trip). The beach is brown sand - and while clean - the water is very murky. It is like a sand bar and you can walk way out - but if you have kids - beware as you will be renting chairs (25 euros for 2 chairs) that are miles away from the shoreline. All the chairs close to the water go to "season" holders. We had just come from Santa Margherita and the rocky beach there was much cleaner with blue - not brown! - water. Forget the sand beach - head north - or south to other beach resorts.
Written 16 July 2012
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mariab60
Belfast, UK5 contributions
Viareggio is a rip off
Jun 2012 • Couples
Just back from Viareggio in Italy - what a rip off - holiday travellers are not allowed to lie on the beach - you are obliged to rent a parasol/ sunlounger for approx 15-20 euros per day for two persons. What local itialian government gave permission for local seafront hotels/restaurants to start owing sections of the beach.

If you intend to visit - it's best to rent a bike as the free beach was about a mile from our hotel.
The resort is not what I expected although you can travel by train to Florence and a nearby town of Lucca is worth the visit and seemed a lot more reasonable for food than Viareggio itself.
If you want to get the train to Rome its about 3 hour journey costing 66 euro per person return

The food was not great in Viareggio - any restaurant we visited was expensive as well - we were obliged to go eat in a chinese restaurant on two different nights and tolerate not very good food on the rest of the evenings in local restaurants

A resort which is expensive and not worth the money -
Written 21 June 2012
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caseyjonesDublin
Dublin, Ireland290 contributions
Expensive Beach
Sep 2011 • Friends
Very nice beach except its expensive. In theory you are legally entitled to sit between the low and high water tide. However in this beach some local authority has usurped normal legal rights claiming this area is required for emergency vehicles doing life guarding. Mum decided to sit down anyhow, a local self appointed life guard asked us to move on and when she didn't moved the life guard went off and returned a few minutes with some form of police person brandishing a fire arm and forced us and others to move. The alternative is to pay the 21.00 euro per day or go down to the public beach wichiis right beside the port and kept in a filthy condition. A bit of a racket really, I know the beach has to be cleaned but in Spain and France this rarely goes on. have stayed in Lido de Jesola near Venice and the Hotel gave out free beach passes.
Written 10 April 2012
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gillyPortadown
Portadown51 contributions
Excellent beach but be prepared to pay for it
Sep 2011 • Couples
Miles of good safe sandy beach but all privately owned by hotels except a couple of very small strips which are free for locals. We had to pay 29 euro PER DAY to use the beach, this included 1 sun lounger, 2 deck chairs, 1 upright seat and a parasol. You will not get siting down for seconds without being approached by lifeguards who patrol their areas and will move you on. Very expensive especially for families. We stayed at Hotel Esplanade and had to use adjoining hotels area of beach - also could only use back couple of rows away from sea.
Written 14 September 2011
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MTI-n-NYC
New York, New York5,616 contributions
The Boardwalk in Viareggio
If you like beach boardwalks you have got to walk this one.
Written 7 July 2010
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