Tre Ponti

Tre Ponti, Sanremo: Address, Phone Number, Tre Ponti Reviews: 4/5

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E. E
80 contributions
Sep 2018 • Family
This is one of a series of small beach in San Remo. It has both a free beach area and a part where you can rent umbrellas and chairs. The sand is course, the volley ball can be loud, and the water is not crystal clear and blue. You have to pay to park between July and August. The bar has drinks, ice cream and sandwiches. The bathroom and area to hose off with fresh water are what you might expect at a free beach. But if you just want to lie in the sun near the sea - it'll do.
Written September 4, 2018
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iulianap_10
Bucharest, Romania19 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
This beach is acceptable when compared to the others in Sanremo. The sand is fine at Tre Ponti and the water is shallow so this is a good place for kids. If you can get over how crowded the beach is and you don't live on the other side of town.
Generally, the beaches are a disgrace in Sanremo. The entire shore is fragmented into small private beaches and you cannot actually have access to sea, unless you travel far and wide to find a free beach or you are willing to pay the high price. I find it amusing that one private beach was posting the price only for the third and fourth line of chairs and you had to inquire at the reception if you wanted to be in the first or second row. Anyway, we decided to go to Bordighera daily so that we can feel we are at the seaside. We also went to Menton, in France and enjoyed the large stretch of beach and finally had a sense of freedom. I do not understand how other countries manage to keep their beaches free but not Italy.
Written August 8, 2018
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Jane D
Leamington Spa, UK241 contributions
Jun 2018 • Friends
We walked from the centre to Tre Ponti along the cycle path which is very pleasant, just don’t step out into the cycle lane without looking as you will get hit! There are many cyclists and they go fast. It took about 35mins.
Most of the beaches in Sanremo you have to pay to enter. Tourist information had told us there was a free sandy beach at the far end of Tre Ponti. It is a small area which was fine to find a spot in June but I can imagine July and Aug will be v packed.
It was very windy on the day we went so it felt like your body was getting a full exfoliation and there was a lot of seaweed going into the sea, however I’m sure on calmer days it’s a beautiful beach to chill out on.
Written June 24, 2018
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Ted49
Auckland, New Zealand138 contributions
Jun 2018 • Couples
We were desperate for a swim but did not want to go to one of those over-commercialised italian lidos. This was very good. Fitted the bill.
Written June 22, 2018
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Cricketdad
Wigan, UK760 contributions
Jun 2018
The title says it all really. Lovely place to spend a day wandering- nice shops, bars cafes etc. We spent a nice afternoon there.
Written June 19, 2018
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Nate B
36 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
A weekly hang out in warm weather, Tre Ponti has the best beach in Sanremo. The water is clean (unlike the beaches in the harbor) and the free portion of the beach is large. Be sure to come early to claim your patch of sand.
Written April 2, 2018
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Eric_SKG
128 contributions
Jul 2017 • Couples
Tre ponti beach is quite small and can get easily crowded in summer so I advise you to arrive early if you want to be able to park your car not too far. There are some good snacks restaurant offering some deckchair for a reasonable price.
Written August 6, 2017
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Maiko Y
11 contributions
Oct 2016 • Family
The beaches are open when it was a good weather. I was not sure why but all the beach there is a gate and closed on bad weather.
Written November 1, 2016
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Coriscos10
Mississauga, Canada79 contributions
Sep 2016 • Couples
Ok to take a rest for a few hours. Not a beautiful beach but an OK one for the area.
A bit crowded and probably much more so on weekends.
Written October 4, 2016
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Rebecca T
Vancouver, Canada682 contributions
Sep 2016 • Family
The area is very small, so I'm not sure what this would look like to access in peak season, however at the end of September there was parking and it was easy to get to. We rented to lounge chairs and an umbrella for 9 euro. You can lounge in the sand or on the rock face, you can bring your own towels or chairs, or rent things. You could bring a picnic or buy food and drinks. We have a little one and the toilet was a hole in the ground, so not really suitable at all for a toddler being toilet trained, other than that, it was great. There was also a collection of little tykes slides and play houses as well as rocking toys to keep kids busy. Highly recommend and would go back.
Written September 30, 2016
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