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.

You'll find plenty of concessions that rent umbrellas and sunbeds and offer restaurants and snacks, but there are expanses of free open beach, as well. The beach is a mix of sand and pebbles; the water is clear and blue and gets deep fairly quickly.

The beach is reached along SS447, also known as Via Saline, south of Caprioli (hamlet that is part of Pisciotta) and north of Palinuro. Some of the concessions offer shuttles from Palinuro, such as Lido La Torre.

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Address in Palinuro:

Via Saline.

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