Collata Beach is a pebbled cove in a sheltered bay. It's clean, calm water is especially enticing and pleasurable. It's backed by vegetation and is left in its natural state. Named for an ancient farmhouse that was destroyed by the Saracens 1,000 years ago, it's a small piece of paradise. But it can't be reached by land. To get to Collata Beach you must either swim about 150 meters from the beach at Cetara's marina, or rent a pedal boat to get there.

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