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We went to Isola Bella which was a lovely beach but our B&B host recommended this beach as it usually isn't so crowded. this was the case and it was great and actually had sand and pebbles instead of just large pebbles and rocks. You...More
Very odd subway to get to the beach from the bottom of the cable car station
The beach is OK but the beach clubs are pretty average and the beds packed together
It's stoney and you can go to the far end of you just...More
A picturesque little bay with deckchair/parasols to rent and good, simple beach restaurants. We used to go to Lido La Pigna. They also have a simple beach bar/restaurant that serves (very) good, simple meals. Very friendly staff who are happy to provide customers with drinks...More
Having got off the cable car the beach is approx. 5 min walk to the right , there are quite a few steps but they aren't steep as some reported .
The beach is a pebble one and it could do with some benches ,...More
Our hotel, The Baia Azzurra, was situated above the beach, and accessed by a path under the road and railway.
Like many italian beaches cafes and hotels have their private areas on the beach. But they do offer easy access to ice creams, food and...More
We were here in January, so no crowds. Dropped down on the funivia from Taormina for a few hours to stroll the beach beside the clear water, climb among the ruins, and play with the cats. Imagine it is a crowded scene in summer.