New Beach Cirella

New Beach Lido is located on the Cirella beach in front of little island that take the name from the little town Cirella that's part of Diamante. During the winter Diamante has less than 5000 citizens but in the summer visitors arrive to 80.000. In the summer there is the Peperoncino Festival with lots of musicians that play in the ancient theater of Cirella

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送信日: 16/08/2009
更新日: 14/07/2014


Tags: cirella; diamante; peperoncino festival; new beach; cosenza
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