Things to do in Marina di Camerota

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Things to Do in Marina di Camerota

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  • Di.
    Krakow, Poland4 contributions
    Place is really cool, water is clear, stones and underwater views are nice. However the way to this place can be really challenging and exhausting...

    You can find a parking place when using google maps and then you need to take a walk trough ups and down and forests and tricky downhill, you’d better take snickers/sport shoes.
    The beach itself is “wild”, no trash bins, toilets, bars, etc.
    We went there early morning and reached place around 9 am, there were no people apart from a guy selling souvenirs. After 9:30 people and boats were coming and lot of tours for tourists bring people later. Around 12 it was a bit crowded.
    !!! If you are sensitive to stones on the beach, use special shoes since it can be painful for your skin on feet to feel all that stones which are really white, almost round shape and look awesome when beach is empty :)
    Written September 11, 2020
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  • TheFabRitz
    Winterthur, Switzerland481 contributions
    Baia degli Infreschi is a tiny beautiful diamond to be carefully protected. The cristal clear water embedded in this wild natural paradise, makes the long way to reach it worthy.. but you can come by boat as well.
    Written October 11, 2019
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  • Lia T
    Nicosia, Cyprus57 contributions
    I liked this beach, very natural with clean, clear water with greenish tones. Lush, green mountains all around. Cala Bianca also accessible on foot.
    Written July 22, 2019
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  • Rachael Elizabeth R.
    Los Angeles, CA3 contributions
    Highly Recommend, this is the absolute best beach club in Cilento! Executive chef should be a Michelin ⭐️, Service ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️, Style and the gorgeous natural reserve setting; atmosphere and comfort with beds on the beach⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is a bucket list item must do in Italy 🇮🇹
    Written June 30, 2021
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  • johncosson
    Hastings, UK5 contributions
    A sandy beach with beautiful clear water which shelves gently and is perfect for children. The facilities are managed by Giuseppe and Laura through La Miniera where they provide an excellent service both on the beach and in the café/restaurant. The menu is dominated by seafood (as one would expect for this part of the world) - my favourite is the spaghetti vongole.
    Written July 22, 2016
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  • annamaria2470
    Salerno, Italy322 contributions
    This beach is very nice: sea is clean and fresh, sand is also clean and big. Near there are camping and restaurant where you may eat a first dish of pasta or a big salad or under oil tuna and sword fish. There is a big free parking.
    Written July 3, 2018
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  • Kris
    4 contributions
    We came do this beach club 7 years ago and now returned especially from Belgium-it is rhe best one on the beach to have the best cocktails, and the pasta al pescatore is heaven! Sit back, relax and enjoy!
    Written September 6, 2020
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  • Toscana1234
    Pinerolo, Italy36 contributions
    We visited this Lido twice during our weeks stay in Palinuro in September and at least for the mornings it had a mirror smooth crystal clear sea and beautiful white sand in the morning, in the evening the sea got a bit rougher but still perfect for swimming. The Lido was nice and quiet with large parasols so lots of shade and the cost per day including the parking place for our car on the road was €15 (5 mins flat walk to the beach). I’ve saved the best for last - the food here is FANTASTIC, fresh fish and vegetables if you like them cooked in the local way are superb, so lunch is a must here.
    Written September 7, 2021
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  • Daniele C
    Cantello4 contributions
    Peppe and family are masters in managing this amazing piece of Cilento Coast. You feel at home from the very beginning.
    An evidence of the excellent quality service is that you can meet there people who are regular since more than 30 years!
    Written June 29, 2019
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  • CTeverywhere
    67 contributions
    We've been renting various types of boats here for many years. The equipment is in good condition, and the explanations are clear (well in Italian anyway ;) for where and how to navigate some of the nearby attractions (protected areas, some attention needs to be paid to buoys etc.). They are very helpful when departing and arriving with the boats.

    Renting a boat in this area open up great experiences of snorkeling, swimming, visiting beaches and caves that are otherwise inaccessible.

    As others have mentioned the service at the kiosk is very variable. The gy that started this operation, Domenico, is always very nice and often gives us a bit of a discount given the long term relationship. The younger man (his son?) feels like he is owed your business and really appears to care less. Also very annoying is the no-receipt, cash-only (even though all sorts of credit card logos are displayed) policy, which is clearly aimed at dodging local taxes. Only game in town as far as I can tell...

    Cost of renting a Zodiac ("gommone", carries 8 in theory but would be a tight fit), or a hard-keel boat ("motoscafo", rated for 6 adults) is EUR130. Both have 40hp outboards, which is plenty. There are larger boats for rent, with higher hp motors, but require a license.
    Written August 23, 2015
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