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Torre Guaceto Marine Protected Area (MPA) is located in southeastern Italy (southern Adriatic Sea), it covers about 2220 ha and it was established by the Mininster of Environment with a Decree on December 4, 1991. The MPA, falling within the...more
When you are used to the coast of the Netherlands, with it's great beaches of fine sand this beach is not that special anymore. The beach was not that wide, but OK to sit. And on some part there are a lot of sharp rocks...More
This is meant to be a protected area...no cars are supposed to be allowed but they were certainly were in evidence near the beaches.. what are these people thinking of!! And where are the officials to prevent them from doing so!!
we parked in the...More
The bike tour with guide around the Torre Guaceto nature preserve was an unforgettable experience. Our guide Giovanni was full of fascinating information about the preserve, its history and goals, and the native flora and fauna. He was also a pleasant addition to our outing...More
We drove to Serranova following signposts (some very old and faded) to a visitors centre which had a little cafe and the room was spartan. The staff were helpful and gave us a map pencilling in a car park. We drove as per instructions but...More
We found the reserve after driving around a bit. There is a parking lot located outside the reserve. Then you walk down a quiet road to get to the beaches. It was a perfect day to spend at the beach. The sand and water were...More
Basically how to get to the beach is you have to use the shuttle van between the parking area and the beach area (less than 5 minutes' drive). You must pay 5 euro for the parking and a return shuttle service. There is a service...More
After reading rave reviews we tried this beach with mixed results. Signposts direct you to a small track with no parking all the cars were ticketed but there are no signs telling you it's not allowed. There is a land train that brings tourists from...More
In summer you can't drive there but need to park at the Meditur Village car park half a mile away (5 euros per day) from where a little train (runs every 10 minutes) will transfer you to the beach. A long sandy beach with beautiful...More