The majority of beaches at Marina di Mancaversa are little sandy patches interspersed among the low rocks of the reef that make up the shoreline. This means that the "beach" is mostly undeveloped and left in its natural state, which is good news for those who prefer a quiet day at the sea. There are few crowds, and you can lay on the rocks, jump in the water and not pay for umbrella rentals! The downside? You need to bring your own umbrella and will need water shoes to not cut your feet on the reef!

There are little "inlets" scattered about though, so look around and find your perfect's all open and free of charge, even right in the middle of town! More good news: there is plenty of space to the north and south of the town center, too!

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