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This is a hidden gem, far nicer as the cala violina this is a shallow water beach with very beautiful and clean sand which sparkles, there is a huge meadow behind it, some nice restaurants and an archeological site to visit also. Recommended to visit.
All the beaches between San Vincenzo and Piombino are exceptional and well worth visiting. Many have a bar and showering facilities that are one or two Euro per shower. Great day out for families and I suggest buying snorkels and masks as there are many...More
Spend a week in Amalfi and then a week in Tuscany and would never go back to Amalfi and rather come here for my beach holiday. Beaches are cleaner, less crowded, cheaper and people are more friendly. Spend a day at Bagnio Baratti private beach,...More
We did several beaches this holiday in west-tuscany but this one was by far the most beautiful of them all. The kids loves the clear ble water and the magnificent view of the surrounding area is breathtaking. Will visit again!
Nice beach. The best in the area around Piombino. Access is reasonable, a lot of people during weekends and parking can be a challenge.
The beach is ok, sand is brownishand a bit rough, there are some stones both in the water and in the...More
Clean and well kept beach set in a lovely bay. Although quite busy, parking was relatively simple and then an easy walk across a flat field takes you right onto the beach. Rented Beds and umbrellas are available but these do not spoil the look...More
Unlike many beaches in Tuscany, this cove is free, without rows upon rows of beach clubs. It has trees boarding it and is beautifully unspoilt. In the middle of the cove is a small beach club which has a cafe and hires out canoes and...More