When we stayed in Vicenza we went to this restaurant twice, it has great food with great serving sizes, the seafood is fresh and the atmosphere is lively, the only drawback is that only a handful of people speak english and since the food is so delicious it gets pretty crowded. I had the steamed clams, and the seafood Paella was to die for, my husband had the oysters on a half shell , which he loved.
Are their all-inclusive resorts near Rome?
My fiancee and I would like to honeymoon on the beaches outside of Rome, but we also want to be able to catch the train at Fiumiccino back into the city to attend a papal audience and have our marriage blessed.
Can any one reccomend an all-inclusive resort or hotel on the beach near Rome?
Thank you so much!
Re: Are their all-inclusive resorts near Rome?
One of the nearest beaches is Fregene. There are no big hotels there, nor ClubMed-style resorts, but you can find a nice accommodation + meals + beach at some small hotel, for istance La Conchiglia. Here's the website: http://www.laconchigliafregene.it