Right at the lovely fishing village of Cetara is a popular beach. It's reached from Via Lannio by way of a stone seafront stairway. It's a popular place, so may be difficult to find a parking spot if you don't arrive early in the morning. There is a bar that offers refreshment and services. On the left end, there are some concrete piers and some flat rocks, frequented by sunbathers.

A grotto here gives the beach its name; a shrine inside was frequented by monks who "lamented" and prayed there, thus "lannio". It's a nice spot, with the postcard-like town of Cetara as a backdrop.

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