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There might be parts of the beach that are private, but the bit we were at was a large and peaceful pretty public beach. Not many people around so a real nice chilled end to the holiday. The sea was a bit choppy but enjoyable....More
This is an area the Italians have kept quiet! Spent a lovely day at the beach and didn't hear any language other than Italian. Lovely clean and safe beach with sunbeds, umbrellas, kids slides, restaurants, kiosks, toilets, showers etc etc. Two beds plus large umbrella...More
It was such a nice surprise package for us. We rented bikes from Porto Ercole (Delores Rentals) and cycled through the national park - it was just gorgeous and lovely getting away from all the tourist. Love all the deer too. Will definitely do it...More
If you are looking for a nice quiet, serene beautiful Mediterranean beach this park is definitely for you. There are no cars allowed so you must hike or take a bicycle into the park. There are numerous turn off's from the main bicycle trail,where you...More
We spent the day here there are several beaches here free public beaches which are slightly awkward to get to and have not got any facilities but have less visitors , or the organised beaches which have everything - sun beds with shades ( 12...More
We decided to go to the beach nead Feniglia. It was a beautiful drive, nice old town which was very clean. According to some of the advice we found on Tripadvisor it is more advisable to park your car at the Pineta parking area. This...More
Every year when I visit Ansedonia we make a trip to the pineta between the Feniglia and The Giannella beaches. This is a protected natural park with a 8 km natural road that you can ride by bike or enjoy walking or jogging (no cars)....More