Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Riviera Ulisse

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Okay, so it seems I managed to resolve a few of my dilemmas and here I am blogging, this time with less desperation.. hah. So today I managed to upload some of the pictures I made on vacation in Riviara Ulisse. It's only 1h and 30min of a car ride from Rome. It's not so known for turists but the italian, especially the roman elitè, likes to spend their summer here. Starting with a small town called Sabaudia and ending with Gaeta, this wild coastal area is full of small luxury villas and V.I.P properties.


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On the map I marked the most loveliest towns amongst the ones I've visited so far and though they are so near, each single one of them has a totally different history and architecture. I love them all for different things, like for example the best beaches are in Sabaudia, Terracina represents the heart of nightlife of this coast with it's super beach parties and cool bars, Sperlonga's white oldtown is definitely the most beautiful and Gaeta with it's incredible sea grotto beats them all when talking about nature wonders, plus let's not mention it's historical importance. But I will post you pictures of them all later because now I wanted to share with you my latest discovery - Sermoneta, a lovely medieval town up in the hills. No long chit chat, just check out some pictures.


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There is also a lovely castle but I didn't have the time to upload those photos. I'll do it as soon as I'll be back. Hope you enjoyed this small virtual tour;)

Post about Riviera Ulisse will continue - Sabaudia, Terracina, San felice Circeo, Sperlonga and Gaeta...

Stay tooned!

6 comments:

The Photodiarist said...

These are FANTASTIC. I will be headed to the Amalfi Coast next week! Am so excited.

la flore et la faune . com said...

Thanks for this report, I miss so much Italy !!! Have to go there SOON.

khammer said...

you make me wanna cry!

Barbara said...

Oh this place looks magical! if I happen to return to Italy will definitely look for something like that

Café Naïveté said...

Barbara, if you ever come in Rome or near feel free to ask me anything, we could easily catch up

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Marizza said...

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