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Lido Rossello (Spiaggia di Realmonte)

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Address: Saturno, 92010 Realmonte, Sicily, Italy

Lido Rossello is the name for a beach in the territory of Realmonte, a...

Lido Rossello is the name for a beach in the territory of Realmonte, a small city very close to Agrigento in Sicily. This beach as one of the most beautyful coast of Italy and includes also the coast of the "Scala dei Turchi" which is already well known all around the world. Lido Rossello is caracterized also for his urbanization. Lot of beautyful private villa are there. Has a new Open Air Teather, actually one 4 star Hotel, some restaurants/pizzeria and pubs. In one side there is a big hill and over it there is a light house. Lido Rossello host during the summer a festival which is called "Costa Bianca", and offer live muisc (pop, folk, classic) mode defilee and cabaret. Is distance to Realmonte is of 2 km. Many vip come here during the summer to have their holiday, even also many turists from all over the world.

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Really out of the way with a nice beach area

Visited here August 31 and found it very sparsely populated which was nice At the northern side of scala dei turchi and you can access those beaches by walking through here Very... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2015
San Francisco, California
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Belfast, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 14 July 2016 via mobile

Lovely beach and nice walk to the next beach where you can view the scala dei turchi. Nice sand and there are a few great places for a swim!

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Vienna, Austria
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Reviewed 14 June 2016

OK - so it is a Limestone cliff (think Dover in the UK). But this one you can easily walk on. There are 2 ways to do this - 95% or more go to the first entry point (easy to see - cars lines up for hundreds of meters) OR continue north on SP68 and follow that into the next... More 

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San Francisco, California
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Reviewed 31 August 2015 via mobile

Visited here August 31 and found it very sparsely populated which was nice At the northern side of scala dei turchi and you can access those beaches by walking through here Very shallow waters and sandy beach Low key to say the least as I think there is only one eating place called trattoria del pesce which was also good... More 

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 15 July 2015 via mobile

We spend the afternoon here after visiting the beautiful temples in agrigento. Nice quiet beach with only locals visiting. Only swim in the part that is marked because rocks in the other parts are very sharp.

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London, England, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 17 July 2014

Nice beach if not windy. From there you also get a nice view of la scala dei turchi so it's really worth going.

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Reviewed 3 May 2014

Nice, clean beach. The sea remains shallow for quite a distance. View of the Turkish Steps. It is possible to walk along the beach for quite some distance. Our boys even managed to get to the Turkish Steps from Lido Rossello, but that is not without danger.

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