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 bay is named after the big rock that closes it to the right, called scoglio di Trentova (rock of the thirty eggs) because, according to the legend, in times now forgotten the locals found 30 sea-turtle eggs in the grotto beneath the rock itself.
During the summer season at Trentova beach you will find bathing facilities with sun loungers and umbrella rental, as well as a snack bar (the beach is accessible all year round, though).
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