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- Great views. Water was lovely! Be sure to mind your steps.
Took us 40 min to walk from Sorrento Center and I think it was worth itWritten 18 October 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Much nicer and more private beach. Run by a beach club, around 100€ for 4 ppl, spread over 2 sections, not too hard to find, can walk there. Beach is medium pebbles, water is cleaner and fewer people on the small section. When we were there, there were strong winds and we were flooded out of the place, but so was all of Positano beaches. If you’re coming from neighbouring towns and the ferry is cancelled I would not recommend taking bus, but of a nightmare.Written 31 July 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Decided to take a local bus and head down to this beach. There are plenty of loungers (at a price) you can hang out on. This is very large beach, plenty of space. Great for all ages and families. There's plenty of food options and the water was so nice! Worth spending a day here and relaxing.Written 1 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- It’s an amazing beach. Local scuba centers come to the bay to scuba dive so lots of fishies and great place to snorkel.
The walk though… the walk is interesting.
Around a 180m stair climb. By the end of the day it my fitness tracker was showing 41 stairs climbedWritten 4 August 2023
- Stunning location, can either walk from Capri along the Krupp path - great going down but need to be fit to walk back up. 3-4 bleach clubs. Cheapest is 30 euros for sunbed and 15 euros for umbrella . Average 35 euros per sun bed. Restaurants and snack bars … bring money and a fair bit of it! Small free beach but rocky and pebbles and gets busy. Beach clubs either small pebble beach or into the sea off the small walkways.
Nice watching the big Yatchs and boats and people coming back and forth to go to the restaurantsWritten 13 July 2023
- Place is really cool, water is clear, stones and underwater views are nice. However the way to this place can be really challenging and exhausting...
You can find a parking place when using google maps and then you need to take a walk trough ups and down and forests and tricky downhill, you’d better take snickers/sport shoes.
The beach itself is “wild”, no trash bins, toilets, bars, etc.
We went there early morning and reached place around 9 am, there were no people apart from a guy selling souvenirs. After 9:30 people and boats were coming and lot of tours for tourists bring people later. Around 12 it was a bit crowded.
!!! If you are sensitive to stones on the beach, use special shoes since it can be painful for your skin on feet to feel all that stones which are really white, almost round shape and look awesome when beach is empty :)Written 11 September 2020
- If you pass by Palinuro, you cannot miss this little paradise. Because of Covid-19, we couldn't use the normal ferry, so we decided to reach this amazing place renting for a couple of hour a pedalos in the nearest Marinella beach. Crystal water, sandy beach, perfect for Instagram pictures.Written 23 July 2020
- My Husband and I had one of our favorite days on our honeymoon at Arienzo! We loved the boat access to the private beach! The bottle that was included in the package was such a great perk of the day! Our lunch was delicious (Both the appetizer & main course)! We purchased a beautiful platter that we now have hung on our wall to remember this day! Roman at the club was exceptional and really made the day one to remember! Arienzo exceeded all expectations!Written 27 September 2023
- Nice beach that received the Blue Flag for clean water. You can rent canoes, and paddle boats and go to the near secluded beaches and caves.Written 28 September 2019
- Gorgeous views. Beautiful aqua blue water but it was a bit dirty due to algae and turf from the waves. Overall nice beach with free entry and shops and places to eat right across from the waterWritten 8 August 2023
- The main beach in Positano. It is pretty much divided in 4 areas - paid beach club, only residents and 2 public areas that anyone can access.
The public areas are located on the extremes ends of the beach, residents and beach club centre.
In the public area you don't need to pay anything and any corner will do. As we knew we would be travelling around the Italian coast, we brought beach towels with us and our Airbnb provided a beach umbrella (small but enough to us to hide from the 38oC summer day).
If you plan to travel around the coast, buy a beach umbrella at any store (about $12 Euros). As the paid beach club charge around 15 Euros a day each beach chair with umbrella.
Spiaggia Grande is not sand, but rocks and during hot days the hot rocks will burn your feet. So wear flip-flops. Everyone walked to the water in flip-flops then left it near the water.Written 17 November 2022
- Had a very nice day here today. Yes. It’s a bit pricey but it’s clean. Staff are good and swimming is fab.
We had very nice beds all day. Access to clean toilets and a good bar. Lunch was a panino which was lovely.
Nothing to complain about at all.
Would def go back.Written 17 September 2023
- The Beach is Short but the water is very Shallow and Blue.
The owner of the jamaica bar is very unfriendly, especially against non italian tourists. Food is rather medium and expensive. We got two paninis for around 9€ without salt and pepper and the bread was obviously from the day before.Written 10 June 2021
- Even during the height of the holiday season we enjoyed a nice afternoon at the beach. It was rather crowded but did not really bother us as it didn't lead to delays at the bar or restaurant.
We had lunch at the restaurant, instead of the self service, and the food was good even though the portions were on the smaller side compared to restaurants around.
Some tips: arrive around 9-9.30 am if you want to make sure you have parking in front as the parking will be complete after that time. Towels are NOT provided in standard seat fee so byo. Place is clean, showers and dressing rooms are kept very tidy.Written 23 August 2021
- You will find this to be a long steep and challenging gong walk so wear appropriate clothing and bring water. Was it worth it? Probably not.Written 28 August 2020
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