Small pebbly beach located in the heart of the seaside village of Cetara. Impressive for its charm and the antiquity feeling you feel looking at the buildings around it, mainly small restaurants and shops selling souvenirs and summer clothing.
Small beach, usually very crowded as there is only one private bathing establishment. It has a great view on the small “Faraglioni” rocks and on the historical Saracen tower which surely makes it one of the most curious destinations in the area.
Cliff that offers a view on the “Faraglioni” and “I Due Fratelli” rocks: cafes, restaurants and pastry shops delight tourists with delicious tastings. The bathing establishments on one side and the free beach on the other ensure a pleasant tourist welcoming. Large parking area.
The Albori hamlet, around 350 people, is one of the oldest villages among sea and mountains. Alleys, stairs, houses built in stone with domed roofs and the small main square, three beaches connected by a long flight of steps, one on the right and one on the left of the Albule creek, the other beneath the rocky ridge.
Small beach behind the Cetara Harbor, formed after the earthquake which took place in 80’s. It faces the beautiful Collata Bay. It has a bathing establishment and can be reached by car.
It is located beside the Cetara Harbor, sandy and pebbly beach, it has a nice location with cool sea breeze that caress its surface.
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