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All reviews beautiful beach clear water clean water minute bus ride piazza politeama gelato worth a trip monte pellegrino an umbrella central palermo entrance fee street food free beach changing rooms private area beach club white sand
We spend our last day and night in Mondello. The weather was rather windy but we strolled around the beach... The water was lovely actually. I believe there are a lot of people around in the summer time. Nice beach really close to Palermo.
This is a lovely sandy beach which is not too crowded. Although there isn't a TA "attraction" spot for it, it's also worth walking up to the west end of the beach in what is presumably "old Mondello" with dozens of fishing boats around the...More
Although the beach is nice, water is warm (26 degrees in september!), unfortunatelly is very far away from the city center. The buses are coming rare (i think i stayed 30 min) and probably because of this on the way back it was so crowded...More
Kudos to Mondello which is doing an active information campaign on plastics and how it affects not only tourism (who wants to go to a littered beach?) but most importantly the impact it has on all animals and nature.
The old city is quaint and...More
So the mondello beach is a terrible place to go. Every 4 min a sales men comes to sell you a sunglasses a neckless or a towel. You cant find a spot because there are so many people. When you think you had all the...More
All beach have private fences. Fences begin from the edge of the sea. The ring left no space to sunbathe. All beach private area. People put towels in small corridors between private clubs. We love the sea.
Beautiful transparent water. I have never seen such a beautiful water, but quite crowded/ commercial beach. There are laying chairs everywhere and you have to pay to enter to many parts of the beach. It is about 30 min bus ride from Palermo. It is...More
It was great to see all the Palermo families enjoying their beach huts (hundreds of them), but combined with the private areas they left very little public space on the beach, which was covered in cigarette butts. Best to go for a swim and then...More