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Spiaggia Porto Selvaggio, Nardo

Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.3/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web
A forest near the sea gives the nature enthusiast a contrast in environments to explore at Spiaggia Porto Selvaggio. Pine and lemon trees grow in the warm, dry air among the juniper, mastic, myrtle, and gorse plants that give off the recognizable scents of the Mediterranean. The High Tower that was once used as a lookout is now home to the Museum of Marine Biology, which focuses on life in the Ionian Sea. The land also intrigues archaeologists, who study prehistoric settlementsĀ near Uluzzo Bay. Nearby, the 17th-century Uluzzo Tower is still partially intact. When you're ready to enjoy the water and sun, the beach's chairs and umbrellas are up for grabs. Using our international travel planner, Nardo attractions like Spiaggia Porto Selvaggio can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • At the end of the former estate of the family T pops up this charming Pebble Beach, breath-taking beauty, sea worthy of many exotic places super refined
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  • Very beautiful nature area with several pebble and rocky beaches. There is an electric bus between the car parks and the beaches for those who do not want to walk.
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  • Visited with my wife in September. Lovely Bay which is reached along a dirt road by feet to 700 mt. through a lovely pine forest. Well stocked, neat and tidy if you exclude the incivility of some smokers (I wonder how to ' love hurts ' in front of such an explosive beauty!) that instead of bringing home their ' BUTTS ' disseminate everywhere!!! Other than that, you are faced with a natural wonder, one of the most beautiful bays not only of Salento, a crystalline sea with incredible nuances, rich in fish, crystal clear waters. Beautiful the effect of a fresh water spring that is wedged into the salty sea! Must I have a visit from those in Salento.
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