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you do not mind rocks. I loved this spot. The local bus stops here and costs only two euro from Santa Marina. A steep walk down to the beach. Where you’ll find a covered bar that serves salads and sandwiches and ice cream. At the...More
The beach is rocky but very scenic. The water was beautiful and nice to swim in, although certainly helped by swim shoes. Most people seem to be there for the day, renting large blow up mattresses (2 plus umbrella for €10).
Cafe served very reasonable...More
This secluded pebble beach is an absolute delight. Not very easy to find, but once located it is fairly easy to reach, thanks to well maintained rock trail and stairs. it has also a small nice cafe hut with tables on a small porch. They...More
The beach and the approach to it is certainly spectacular. The very large round stones were quite unique and paths had been made with flat stones, however they did not go to the edge of the sea when we visited.
Having just come from the...More
Very small rocky beach... you need shoes. Sun moves quickly forcing everyone into quite a small gap. Waves were very rough which made it difficult but fun to get into the deeper waters, but once through, oh how perfect. Lovely to have a drinks on...More
This beach is beautiful! It is incredibly dramatic looking with the rock formations in the sea. They rent out inflatable loungers so you can relax on the rocky shore, though we just sat on the rocks. The current was a bit strong for our liking,...More
Spiaggia dello Scario is close to Malfa, a long walk down a winding walkway/stairway. It is a beautiful, enticing place. I would not call it a beach, though. It is a rocky shore. The rocks are smooth and well worn by the water, but they...More
The view from the top of the cliff is beautiful, and as you descend it gets even better. It's tricky to enter the water without sea shoes, as the beach is covered in large boulders and smooth rocks. You can hire umbrellas, blow up mattresses...More