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After driving 2 hrs to see the quaint beach my advice is don’t borher, especially if your Australian
40 min walk in thongs which resembled a walkabout to Uluru and a few to many stairs we arrived at this beach /bay ok I could cope...More
At least in this period (and for what I've read in other comments, so it was early this year) this beach is full of an algae that turns black. It looks really awful, we went with our daughter that is 3 years old and was...More
We spent a sunny afternoon at Calamosche beach and it was wonderful. Not too crowded and calm cyan-coloured water. A very cosy place.
However, after you found a parking spot at Agriturismo Calamosche (3€) you have to walk approximately 15 minutes through the nature reserve,...More
This beach is small and picturesque but an effort to get to. You have to park far away, walk a great distance through the reserve park area. If you are carrying things and it’s hot it’s a big effort. I preferred Alora and San Lorenzo...More
The beach was nice, really wild.
The parking cost is 3 € for the car and we need to walk for about 30 minutes before getting to the beach. That time, the sea was full of seaweed and the beach crowded.
My advice is always...More
It takes a few minutes to get there from the parking place but I think it’s part of the adventure! A beautiful view when we approach there. The sand is white and the water is clean and turquoise.. it’s a crowded place, so u need...More
From the parking there are at least 25-30 minutes walking under the sun.
The landscape is interesting, no facilities on the beach makes the thing a bit hard.
The water is clear but the “poseidonia” (lind of plants which releases debris similar to seaweeds) can...More