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Spiaggia Calamosche, Noto

Beach · Nature / Park
The sandy bay of Spiaggia Calamosche rests inside the protected nature reserve of Vendicari. Past kilometers of off-road track and quiet walking paths, encounter this quiet beach, with calm water surrounded by dunes. Snorkel in the shallow waters around the bay. The area is natural and without services, so pack food and water for a prolonged visit. Plan to see Spiaggia Calamosche and other attractions that appeal to you using our Noto visit planner.
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  • So overrated, we were told it was one of the most beautiful beaches in the world....obviously these people have not seen anything in their lives! Sorry but a big fat zero from us! Be prepared to walk....  more »
  • We red that this beach was the most beautiful beach in Italy 😩😩😩a joke ☹️ Dirty , fences and lots of mosquitoes and bugs...  more »
  • It’s a bit of a drive along a dirt track to get to the car park. You’re charged €3 for parking. It’s then a 20 min walk to the beach (€3.50 to pay to get into the nature reserve). It’s certainly...  more »
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  • Nice beach surrounded by nature with a quiet walk from the parking lot to get there. You pay 3 euro for parking and 3,50 euro per person to enter. I assume to keep it as clean. When we arrived it was not crowded at all luckily. The road to get there is really bumpy in a small rental car, but no real issue.
  • Very nice little beach 🏖️ in the reserve. There is about 20 minutes walk from the place you can park. Also there is no places for refreshments so better have at least cold water with you. During summer time the beach can be really overcrowded. It's a shame to walk 10 minutes to see that is packed. Also important pets are not allowed on the territory of the reserve.
  • Nice beach, not sure if worth the walk and the drive. You reach the entrance through a ~2km unpaved road, beach itself is another 20+ min walk.
  • Beautiful sandy beach with clear water. There is a 1km walk from the entrance and there is no official parking.
  • I’ve been to Cala mosche at the end of June 2020! I’ve been there with my parents, sister, her 2yo child and my 4yo. The path to the beach was little bit difficult, with a mix of sand, rocks and stones. But we were wearing flip flops, pushing a buggy and carrying an umbrella, bags and a floater. I do suggest to go there equipped: a comfy pair of trainers or trekking shoes, a hat and a good umbrella (the sun is boiling hot and the sand is as hot as lava when noon). The water is absolutely great, with shades of blue. The beach is sandy, not too big. Please if you go, bring back all the rubbish you produce cause there aren’t any bins and we all need to work together to keep that place a paradise!

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