Crystal sea, white pebbled beach. Amazing beach, near a park where you can find drinking water and toillets.
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Small white pebbles instead of sand....what an amazing place. The water is crystal clear. First time in Elba, truly a gem. A must see..one beach is more beautiful than the next, if that's possible.
We visited with four adults and three kids, 18, 12, and 9. We all loved it. Since the beach is not sheltered in a bay, there was some surf - just enough for fun and not too worrisome. Our 9 year-old was able to jump the waves safely. As other reviewers say, you definitely want shoes. There are some big... More
white pebbles ... what else ?? nice for snorkeling, although Spiaggia delle Ghiaie is better for that. Almost nothing to drink or eat on the beach, so bring your own ...
If you prefere pebble beach, this is one of the best and most scenic on the island! Actualy, when you park - in May nobody asked to pay for parking, there are two similar beaches. One to the left and one to the right with unpassble rocks beetwen, It is also not far from the city center
Small beach with few people at the morning. Blue see, brightning sunshine. Great time. I would recommend to every one that is visiting Elba.
This was the first beach we visited on the island. It was a beautiful beach with crystal clear water and white rocks. View from here very pictureque. Make sure you wear some sandles when walking on the coast because its very rocky and hardly any sand. Not crowded.