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Seccheto Beach, Seccheto

(3.3/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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  • I emphasize that the review does not refer to the part of Seccheto Beach overcrowded and equipped with umbrellas and bar. The Seccheto we visited is the part that is just ahead of the aforementioned beach, under road (along which there are numerous car spaces): once you find one of several entrances, you go down the slope, but I assure you that what you will see will repay you stress. Along the coast there are little but huge flat rocks, dug waterholes in the sea water, which gushes crystal clear! Also I'm still surrounded by a big portion of rocks and dry floors, great for sunbathing. For those who prefer the shade, moving in the direction of the beach is a stretch of big stony pebbles, great for storing the sunshade, and with a very sweet, while gradually moving away from the same you will see bigger rocks and deeper water, good maybe for some dip! In short, there is truly something for everyone: don't miss the chance to visit this small natural wonder and unique! The only flaws are two. Firstly the area with the deeper water is (from what I hear the locals, and our visit confirmed it) often occupied by groups of nudists, a rather annoying as they preclude the possibility of taking pictures. The other "sore" is descending from the street, which may not be suitable for families with very young children (although the couple behind us, with your infant in "Fanny Pack", has not had any major problems to fall: just make sure). In essence the photos speak for themselves: this is a very quaint and unprecedented natural beauty!
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  • Another Pearl of the Elbe, but neglected in maintenance and cleaning for the many tourists visiting the place, but they don't put in bins, which are not there, the rubbish and leftovers.
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  • The beach is tiny and very quiet, the sand is fine, except that when you get to the seaside there are all the rocks in the water and it's hard to get into the sea and going off, unfortunately the beach does not have showers to freshen up.
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