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Spiaggia Porto Selvaggio

73048, Nardo, Italy
+39 389 167 5488
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  • Excellent66%
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  • Average6%
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4 weeks ago
“A little place of beauty to walk to.”
23 Feb 2017
“Sauvage and beautiful, bring good hard sole sandals”
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
73048, Nardo, Italy
+39 389 167 5488
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This area can be best accessed in two ways. Either go to Santa Caterina and turn right along the main road until you see the fort on the hill. Walk up the steps/ path through the forest until you get to the top. You can't...More

1  Thank 205jeanniem
Reviewed 23 February 2017

Ah the beauty of Salento. Loved it. Be prepared with good sandals or waking shoes. Flip flops will be rather dangerous and you don't want anything to spoil the fun.

Thank berenjenas
Reviewed 13 February 2017

A pleasant walk to a pleasant beach. Rocky lagoon with a beautiful scenery. Just leave your car at the road and walk down the path through the woods. It is wild so bring water and whatever you nee with you. We went there in October...More

Thank 5inacar
Reviewed 22 June 2016 via mobile

Not much to do but a stroll around is nice shops are closed during the day lucky if you get water so be prepared .if you don't speak Italian do not bother again only Italian is spoken no one to help if u ask no...More

1  Thank Klara N
Reviewed 19 June 2016

Depending from where you park your car , it might take a super pleasant 30 minutes walk amid a maritime pines wood that is leading you directly to a rocky and unspoilt bay of wild beauty . You can smell all mediterranean herbs mixed with...More

Thank enricoallievi
Reviewed 15 March 2016 via mobile

Is the best place where we come. There area lot of threes and shells. The seaside is beauty and here you can do a lot of things like eat, drink, take a photo, play near sea and swim in the fantastic water

Thank aleucini
Reviewed 13 September 2015

My favorite place in the world! We come here every year in winter, it is still warm if you have a jacket, we bring sandwiches and wine and have a picnic. Beautiful scenery and very romantic.

4  Thank Nastia I
Reviewed 29 July 2015

Best visited during low- to mid-season (as most things), the Natural Reserve of Porto Selvaggio is a wonderful place to stretch your legs, burn off some pasta pounds, and have a leisurely swim. The closest parking is off the litoranea near Masseria Tafuri/Fumarola, but the...More

4  Thank John D
Reviewed 13 July 2015

A paradise and heaven on earth, this place is not. It is nice and not too polluted, but there is a campsite there and the best bit of the beach is reserved for happy campers. Swimming off the rocks is not so good and cam...More

2  Thank the_finchley_lees
Reviewed 10 July 2015 via mobile

One of the best places in Salento. The water is super fresh and clear surrounded by pines tree. No need for an umbrella as there is plenty of shadow under the pines. There is a small walk for 1.5 km to reach the water from...More

Thank Sara A
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Are tours still available from Lecce to Spiaggio Porto Selvaggio? I am here until November 15th. Thank you.
10 November 2015|
Response from gade2009 |
unfortunately not sorry
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Salvatore C
Porto Selvaggio è un parco naturale, inadatto per vacanzieri della domenica. Le calzature infradito sono validissime per spiagge sabbiose, con accessi a livello stradale, rampe di acceso tavolate... Ti consiglio la riviera romagnola.
25 August 2016|
Response from Marian247 | Reviewed this property |
Trovo il suo commento inadatto e fuori luogo. Ho vissuto il parco non da "vacanziera della domenica" ma vivendolo appieno e non mi pare di aver fatto alcun riferimento alle mie calzature. Le recensioni servono a dispensare... More
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domanda : se voglio andare a porto selvaggio non c'è un accesso più breve e meno faticoso? ho problemi alle gambe e in più ho un piccolo cagnolino non vorrei stancarlo e avere problemi con altri cani magari randagi dal momento che c'è la pineta . grazie
28 May 2016|
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Response from franco l | Reviewed this property |
..... Il bello di Porto Selvaggio è proprio la sua natura splendida e incontaminata e spero che lo rimanga per sempre !!!!! ...... chi non vuole ovvero non può fare una passeggiata di 10/15 minuti in mezzo ad una pineta... More
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