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After coming from the hustle and bustle of the Amalfi Coast, Masa Lubrense was a welcome peaceful change. Puolo Beach was the first one we visited and we were pleasantly surprised. We parked at the parking lot at the top and paid 6€ for the...More
Been here a few times. Gorgeous beach. During July-August it gets very busy and crowded and there can be some possessive people at the beach in terms of space but it's worth it - the water is very clean and it's an overall beautiful beach.
You can find much better on the Coast! We have been there on Sunday and it was crowded .. transat everywhere, just hell!
In addition the parking is very expensive (15e even if tyou want to stay just 1h)
Although it is a nice beach to go, the issue is that as it is really close to Sorrento, it gets really crowded although with my wife we visited on a week day (probably school vacations as we went on July).
We were here in height of summer, August and was very busy. We walked from Hotel Villa Pina, it took about 15 minutes (bring water, especially for way back up the hill!). It was a nice walk even in the heat, we went late afternoon...More
Lovely, went back twice but the hill was killer. 5e for a sunlounger, sat and had a quiet meal here too for dinner :)
This beach hurts your feet! Wear something decent, it will also eat your feet when the waves crash over them. Other...More
So glad to find this beach with temperatures reaching 34C in Sorrento. Too hot to sightsee so spent a couple of days relaxing here. Used the sunbeds and an umbrella ( 19Euro for day) . Everything very clean: showers, toilets and access to either beach...More
This is a locals beach. There are a couple of beach clubs but walk to the end and you can hire beds, deck chairs and parasols for 5 Euro a pop and be on the sand...well its part sand part shingle. There are numerous restaurants...More
The beach is indeed with sand but also with stones in the water. You will still need those special shoes for swimming.
The beach is very crouded and literally leaves you little space to move or get into the water.
The beach beds are cheaper...More