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Arco Magno, San Nicola Arcella
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Arco Magno is located in San Nicola Arcella. To visit Arco Magno on your holiday in San Nicola Arcella, and find out what else San Nicola Arcella has to offer, use our San Nicola Arcella trip builder.
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  • The beach of the Arc Great you can walk to St. Nicholas along an easy path that begins with a flight of steps from the beach of Saint Nicholas, from Praia a Mare from the beach through a private beach (there is also a bar in the cave if you get thirsty) and a tunnel carved into the rock. For the more adventurous by boat. Place to visit. Clear water thanks to the stones on the seabed. Fresh water spring in the middle of the cave (so cold) but the things you struggle to reach them.
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  • Impressive natural rock Arch on the Tyrrhenian coast of Calabria in San Nicola Arcella. Beautiful beach with crystal clear water. You can arrive in the picturesque swimming arch (deprecated, exhausting) walk (a little tiring but inspiring), with kayak, canoe or pedal boat available at an affordable price (10/15 euro) on the beach adjacent to the bow. Place even more spectacular if you can be there at sunset or when the rays can penetrate inside. Highly recommended for beauty. No children, mostly on foot and by canoe. Ability to eat and make good on adjacent beaches.
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  • What about as a good c is always nice to return to this wonderful place ... waters ... Although small beach below the arch is very small I highly recommend going there;)
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