Sometimes referred to the "ultima spiaggia" because it's the last beach where Tuscany meets Lazio, this is a wide and sandy spot. Chiarone Beach offers ample golden sand with room to spread out and enjoy the sea without feeling packed in. Backed by dunes and green natural scrub, the water is clear and super-blue. Another nice bonus is that it borders with the WWF nature reserve Lago di Burano, keeping it tranquil and natural. There are migratory and aquatic birds at the nature reserve if you want to walk the trails.
The Chiarone beach has areas that are free and open along with concessions that offer umbrella and chair rentals, bars, snacks and restaurants. The water is clean and usually calm, with a sandy bottom that gradually deepens, making it good for kids as well as those who want to swim in deeper water.
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