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The beach called "dei Rocchi", better known as "Lago", is one of the must-sees of Castellabate.
The cost of Acciaroli and San Mauro Cilento is one of the flagships of the Cilento area for the pureness of its waters, the long sandy beaches, the beautiful bays with their scent of Mediterranean maquis.
The marvellous Pozzillo joins the villages of Santa Maria di Castellabate and San Marco.
Between Pisciotta and Palinuro, this piece of paradise offers 5 kilometers of golden sand backed by native plants, giving it a wild and secluded feel.
The beach of Trentova, like most other beaches in the Cilento National Park, is awarded year after year the "Blue Flag" award for clean waters and all around natural setting.
The "big beach" at Acciaroli is also called Spiaggia Grande, and is easily accessed right from town.
The seaside marina town of Casal Velino has one kilometer of golden sand beaches, easily accessible from the waterfront road.
Case del Conte is a sleepy seaside hamlet in the Cilento National Park, placed at the point where the hills meet the Mediterranean Sea.
With dunes, macchia brush, a hill rising behind with a medieval tower on top, and rocks peeking through the water's surface, this is one of the prettiest beaches in the area.
At the southern tip of Via Corrado, the lungomare street, you'll find this "lido" with beach services for an enjoyable and relaxing day.
The longest beach in the Cilento, Ascea Marina has room for everyone!
The quiet bay where Pioppi sits is a real respite that offers nice beaches in a low-key way.
A kilometer-long length of beach that starts at the bottom of the old town and leads out to the superstrada highway ramp, with plenty of sandy beach along the way.
One of the best beaches on the Cilento is in the heart of Santa Maria di Castellabate.
At Marina di Casal Velino, this small but pretty beach is popular with families.
Postcard perfect, this small cove and beach is for those who prefer a natural setting without the distraction of the rows of umbrellas.
Anchored by a rocky promontory, this beach is located at the south end of the Ascea seafront, where they sandy expanses give way to reefs.
The wilder stretch of coastline between Acciaroli and Pioppi is where you'll find rocky coves and no crowds.
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