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A little suspicious

Well - as other has mention, the beautiful colours are due to the local chemistry factory's... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2017
Michael P
via mobile
Beautifull poluted beach

That's true, the beach is amazing and the water looks like you were in the Caribbean, but few... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2016
Jose G
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Pisa, Italy
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20 Jul 2017
“A little suspicious ”
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“Highly poluted!!!”
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Do NOT go there. The sand is not naturally white but a result of decades of chemical polution from the nearby chemical plants. If in doubt, just Google the name of the area and polution and read for yourself!!!

Thank Anders H
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

The sand is white indeed. It attracts so many people who apperantly do not care that it has become a big mess. No nice bars, just vending and rubbish sellers. Appears like this is managed by good old maffia. Italy like you would have expected...More

1  Thank Nova C
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

We traveled an hour to see this beach bit was a big mistake. Filthy place, filthy hot and no facilities whatsoever. To see water is funny but after 60 seconds you are ready to go! Very busy also. Stay away!

1  Thank mmvanvliet
Reviewed 20 July 2017 via mobile

Well - as other has mention, the beautiful colours are due to the local chemistry factory's- nothing dangerous though. However the water feels a bit slippery, and the sand in the water was sometimes very soft, and it was like you could sense that something...More

Thank Michael P
Reviewed 22 February 2017

Rosignano is located 40 kms north of San Vincenzo, and its popularity comes from a big bicarbonate factory called Solvay; such a big company that part of the city has been renamed after it. The waste water coming from the bicarbonate production is thrown into...More

1  Thank BurgerQueen78
Reviewed 26 August 2016

This is a really strange, but wonderful beach! The sand is white and the sea is turquoise, so it really is spectacular! However ... this is due to a local factory which manufactures bicarbonate of soda and presumably has an influence on the beach and...More

2  Thank BridgetBoulton
Reviewed 25 August 2016

First thought: Wow! Amazing white beach and clear blue sea. Parking was good and we paid 5 euros for a whole day. It's a small path to the beach and a little hard to reach with children buggy. Only negative point is the africans trying...More

2  Thank Danny_Davaro
Reviewed 26 July 2016

That's true, the beach is amazing and the water looks like you were in the Caribbean, but few people try to guess why there's in the middle of Tuscany a beach that doesn't look like any other beach on Tuscany. The answer is the chemical...More

2  Thank Jose G
Reviewed 30 June 2016

Hallo everybody! Family father from Sweden (wife, and 2 kids, 8-11 years) First it seemed alright. We bought a ticket for ca 23 EUR and got a nice parking place for our car; and also very nice italian people helped us found our parasol and...More

3  Thank Henrik197205
Reviewed 12 August 2015

The Tuscan coast is beautiful, but lacks really nice beaches as it is mainly rocky. This beach is not totally natural as there is an industrial sight nearby that has resulted in a lot of salt and therefore white sand being deposited here. It is...More

1  Thank curtim
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