Parco di Rimigliano

Parco di Rimigliano, San Vincenzo: Address, Parco di Rimigliano Reviews: 4.5/5

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stevenenhilde
Antwerp, Belgium852 contributions
quality beach
Jul 2021
Nice sandy beach and easy parking. The beach is about 2 km and a lot of entries. Dog beach is a part of this beach. On the other side there is a naked FKK-beach.
Quiet water.
Written 7 August 2021
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Alexandra
Florence, Italy601 contributions
Natural beauty
Sep 2020
Clean and beautiful water, easy street parking (we arrived either early in the morning or at the end of the day, in September - I guess in August things might be different), short walk through pine forest and free showers. As far as free beaches go this one is particularly good!
Written 14 September 2020
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Keriannburns
Stuttgart, Germany85 contributions
Nice beach, calm waters.
May 2019 • Family
We visited in May so there were no crowds at all on the beach, the weather was absolutely perfect - very warm but not hot. The sand is not soft white but rather the texture of kosher salt. Water was still chilly but we had a lovely day.
Written 29 May 2019
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maxik99
Prague, Czech Republic27 contributions
relax after seasons
Sep 2017 • Solo
september is great period for visit this part of toscany, nice beach, very covenient for dog and walking, many point of interest around
Written 26 September 2017
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Stevee17
London, UK1,216 contributions
Nice beach for early morning swim
Aug 2017 • Family
We stayed at Park Albatros opposite the beach is about a ten minute walk from site. It does get busy later in day however enjoyable morning swims here often. It does shelve quite deeply particularly deep for youngsters, clean, uncommercialised. The beach is much shallower further south. There is a naturist beach also, so be prepared, it is signposted.
Written 26 August 2017
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Goletiani184
Nanchang, China27 contributions
The best in the region
Oct 2016 • Business
This is probably the best place to stay if you are around San Vincenzo. The place is very nice with stunning views and sites. The food is delicious too and wine lost very interesting. Highly recommended!!!
Written 12 October 2016
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Tony J
Swansea, UK246 contributions
A long sandy walk lined by trees......
Sep 2016 • Couples
The trees line the beach for miles and has been protected against damage. There are lots of campsites and chalet holidays within the area but remarkably clean. The only litter was nature's own.
Written 2 October 2016
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Darkerwaters
London, UK19 contributions
A few tips for this lovely beach
Aug 2016 • Family
This is a really lovely beach in the area but there are a few things to know before you go.

1. Head for section No.4. It's the nicest stretch.

2.Avoid this beach on a Sunday. It's mobbed.

3. If you park on the beach side of the road you have to pay. The opposite side is free tho. Make sure you park clear of the white line as they will tow you.

4. Lago Verdy is great for snacks and drinks. Lovely staff but slightly on the expensive side. Knowingly though as there aren't any other places within walking distance.

5. Take protection for your feet. Walking on the sand is like walking on hot coals!! You have been warned.

6. Take money with you. There are no cash points and the beach sellers have some lovely bargains and there and ice cream sellers walking the beach. They will save you burning your feet!

Enjoy.
Written 17 August 2016
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Carlos M
9 contributions
Really nice for a nature escape.
Jul 2015
Really nice for a walk among a diversity of very old trees. You can appreciate how families enjoy the refreshing shadows of this little forest during a very hot day and in a very short distance the access to the wide long Rimigliano's beach.
However, after 2 weeks of visiting this area of beaches we could notice the struggle of nature against civilization. garbage
Our first encounters in this beach were fabulous, the water has been so crystalline during a very quite sea that made us compensate the disadvantages of overcrowded swimming pools during our holidays. Other days the hardness of the currents made it more difficult to enjoy, specially for the little ones, but anyway, I wouldn't recommend this part of the coast for children because it get's deep pretty fast from the shore. As an option the neighbor Beach of Baratti perhaps is a better option for children.
This place indeed is a hidden gem that needs to be protected as soon is possible because you still can enjoy it pretty much for a nature escape.
Written 29 October 2015
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NMelissa
Rome28 contributions
Etruscan history up close
Nov 2012 • Family
We really enjoyed seeing this part of Etruscan history, something we knew little about up to that point. We did not visit all of the ruins in this park, but thoroughly enjoyed the walks along the coastline, which was just beautiful.
Written 4 January 2013
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