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We visited this beautiful beach. The landscape was picturesque. A very nice place for a daytrip!
BUT! Wherever you look there is this plastic garbage.
Don't look away! Take bags with you and help to clean up this little paradise. The beach is for free...More
These are nice little bays a couple of km north from Otranto. It's very nice as it is in the middle of the mediterrean flora.
However, these are definitely overcrowded, which tends to destroy all the charm. For us even in September looked like there...More
Highly recommended but in fact it’s just okay. The first beach is crowded, nothing special. Walk a bit further to the second or third beach, at least in September it’s much more quiet there. . Parking is ok, €3 in the sun, €5 in the...More
Beautiful beach after a beautiful walk through the forest. We visited here at sunset so it was quiet and perfect for an evening swim.
It’s very commercial though, there were a lot of stretchers and bars so I imagine it must be crowded during the...More
Walking through a pine forest you can get to the white sandy and cliffy beaches. The turquoise water is clear and amazing. Good place for families with small children too. Take some food and drink with you, because there are no restaurants/bars to drink or...More
Following our guide we headed to discover these 'Maledives of Solento'.what a disappointment!instead of wide beaches and the sound of waves,we landed at overcrowded beach resort with loudspeakers preventing us from even hearing each other. Access to the beaches is paid and requires a short...More
I walked from the very beginning of Baia dei Turchi beach to Alimini (which I preferred) a couple of weeks ago. It took me about 60-90 minutes one way. It wasn't too hot so the walk was very pleasant and I dipped a couple of... More
I walked from the very beginning of Baia dei Turchi beach to Alimini (which I preferred) a couple of weeks ago. It took me about 60-90 minutes one way. It wasn't too hot so the walk was very pleasant and I dipped a couple of times. I didn't walk in the forrest - beach only. There's one spot where the canal is going inland where you have to be waste-high in the water, that wasn't a big deal. Alimini is not as commercial as baia dei Turchi. less people and an interesting graphite color sand.