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Piscina Naturale di Marina Serra

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Piscina Naturale di Marina Serra

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Alan S wrote a review Oct 2019
Glen Iris, Australia411 contributions78 helpful votes
We came here later one afternoon and managed to find a parking spot nearby. We swam in the boat launching area at first which isn't really allowed and the water was cool and refreshing. We found another area nearby with a natural cave. I would imagine it gets crowded in the high season. No sand so you walk over the rocks
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Date of experience: September 2019
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thaisfuncia wrote a review Aug 2019
Sao Paulo, SP250 contributions75 helpful votes
Its a lovely place to go and have a bath and jump out of the rocks into those beautiful natural pools. Some people do hang out the entire day but we rather go to the sand beaches and rock beaches.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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mattdeeping wrote a review Apr 2019
Walthamstow, United Kingdom17 contributions9 helpful votes
We visited Marina Serra twice as we liked it so much. It’s an amazing sheltered natural cove surrounded by high rocks. Beautiful and wild natural surroundings - bring a snorkel or goggles as there were plenty of different fish swimming around to watch. The water is calm and clear and never more than waist deep for an adult. It felt safe to swim. Access into the water is easy via wide manmade steps. It would be a good idea to wear water shoes as the bottom is rocky. It is possible to access the open ocean via two channels but when we visited the sea was too rough to venture further, although fine to swim in the pool. There is not much in the way of infrastructure nearby, although a small kiosk a short walk up the road looks like it sold snacks and drinks. There are plenty of rocks to spread out a towel to sit but no loungers or parasols. This is all good and adds to the wild feel of the place and swimming. It might be very busy in high season but only a few local swimmers when we visited in April. Parking is easy on a long road with designated bays just above the pool - only a few minutes walk away.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Hannah T wrote a review Oct 2018
36 contributions12 helpful votes
The most beautiful swimming pool I have ever seen in my life!! We didn't go in as the pool was quite busy but even just to visit briefly and take photos is worth the effort, its stunning
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Date of experience: September 2018
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SimplyFred wrote a review Sep 2018
Shrewsbury, United Kingdom1,009 contributions299 helpful votes
Love the natural pools and there is plenty of room for everyone across the rocks. We tried launching off the coast, which was luckily successful.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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