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Bagni della Regina Giovanna

Via Capo, 80067, Sorrento, Italy
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Via Capo, 80067, Sorrento, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went here as part of a fishing trip, so arrived by boat. Seeing the gash in the rocks & then swim into this beautiful hidden natural 'pool' was amazing. You could sail past & not know it's there. It was fairly busy, but was...More

1  Thank sianyj073
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We LOVED this beach. We hung out in the rocky area near the castle ruins. Obviously it's not as comfortable as laying on sand but in my opinion it was so much nicer. The water was clean and didn't have garbage in it and it...More

Thank epfeif19
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It´s a beautiful spot for bathing, exploring, walking, hiking, watching the cliff views. We only had 1hour there so couldn´t explore it all, but we understood there´s enough to do and see for a whole day. Not so many people, probably bcs of its accessibility...More

1  Thank Andrea Z
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Its open to the sea but very protected, it is surrounded by rock's, no breach or sand to really speak of. Take rock shoes and as little as possible. We went early and it was quiet, it soon got busier as the morning went on...More

1  Thank John H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Decided to try and find this gem after it was recommended to us by our holiday rep. The biggest negatives about this place are what make it so great. Yes, it's a rugged coastline. Yes, it has no facilities. And yes, if you have any...More

5  Thank EmmaDanielle13
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

bus ride out was easy with google maps to help. 10 min walk downhill to coast. on the day we went, it was a windy day, sea was very choppy, and so water inside the swimming hole was churned, silty, and there was a bit...More

Thank RoamingFamilytrip
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We took a bus from Sorrento cost us like 2 or 3 euros a piece. When we were dropped off there was a small store to your right GO IN, we went for water but they make fresh sandwiches and it was the best sandwich...More

1  Thank Sarah V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Read reviews they are accurate. Walk from Sorrento took around 20 mins some on a busy road. Well worth the walk,out of this world experience to enter the cove and swim into the sea under the arch . This natural experience made the bust city...More

Thank Angela W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

2 stops on the bus from the main high street, and well worth the steep footpath on the way back up, as this was one of the most beautiful places to relax and swim out into the sea, which was warm, and clear.

1  Thank avril217
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Filled with curiosity with each turn of the hike. Definitely bring water and a snack- it's a very isolated location. The lagoon was breathtaking. A bit difficult to get to, but worth the effort.

Thank Anastasia R
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Katie W
15 July 2017|
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Response from wottaroundtheworld | Reviewed this property |
Yes I would say so, getting into the lagoon is a few climbing over some rocks but little ones who are able to walk and have shoes would be fine I saw a couple of young children there when I went. Just be prepared for a bit... More
13 June 2017|
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Response from maurizio a | Reviewed this property |
Dal porto è molto distante e non è possibile andarci a piedi...in due ore non si riesce ad arrivare e tornare
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15 January 2017|
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Response from Meredith-SanDiego | Reviewed this property |
No parking, a bit of a walk off the main road down winding cobblestone pathways then into the unlaced pathway and down some stairs. Better to take the city bus as previously instructed