Hotel Villaggio Pineta Petto Bianco
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Salvatore grows oranges, lemons, figs and onions and we were sent off with a bag of these when we left the next morning..... lovely hospitality. From what we saw, Calabria is like the South Coast in the 80s: sugar cane growing on the side of the road, sea sand on the road, low ugly architecture. In fairness, we didn't go to the beach, but of all the places in Italy, I wouldn't rush back there as I find it ...
We had a better sleep last night and we were greeted by chocolate cake and fruit tart. Don wrapped some quickly in serviettes to have for later. Our day trip to the beach of Marina di Giosiva Ionoca begins. We dropped into a large shopping centre first and found a Maccas. I had some fruit salad and Don a coffee. The girl who served us had parents living in Adelaide. We then went to the beach area which had the umbrellas etc and a grey type ...
... to Mammola we took a wrong turn and went to a winding steep road that got Don abit jittery with vertigo. We retraced our steps and found our way back.Back to our room for a siesta and we needed it. I was feeling very bloated and not too well from our overeating in the last few days. I emphasised to Don not to be convinced we needed more course at dinner tonight! The restaurant A ' Piazzetta was lovely. I had a pasta with mushrooms from the local mountainside and ...
... to our room it was beautifully cleaned and she had even folded Dons t- shirts and put our excess stuff in the cupboard. We started to walk to the beach but as there was no clear signage we got the car and" found a road down to the brollies and lounge chair area. The sand was red and I took a dip in the Ionian Sea. It was so clear and refreshing. Tonight is the game between Italy and England in the World Cup. We ate a little later and could hear the surrounding houses with ...
... lemon tea with milk. Italians make magnificent coffee but tea is a foreign concept. We decided to venture into Ostuni 8 kms away. We had a vision of a small town like Yandina. Think again! It was hectic, busy and parking a logistically nightmare. I used my sign language to ask a shopkeeper if we could park on the street. Not where we were, so she helped us find a park and pointed to the ticket machine. Blue lines you pay, white are free and yellow are ...