The Costa di Maratea spreads for about 32 km, from the Mezzanotte Canal to the mouth of the river Noce and is characterized by a great variety of landscapes and biological: from the spectacular cliffs of Acquafredda to the stillness of the Secca di Castrocucco passing through bays, caves and submerged and semi-submerged caves of rare beauty that are home to numerous animal and plant species.

Macarro

The beach of Macarro is among the most beautiful and popular on the coast of Maratea, open in front of the Secca della Jumenta, which can be reached by following a path that crosses the Mediterranean scrub.

D'A Gnola beach

It is the largest sandy beach on the coast of Maratea. It consists of a long stretch of sand downstream of the plain of Castrocucco that is wedged under the slopes of the Serra, creating a small bay that serves as a mooring. Delimited to the South by the river Noce, which divides the Basilicata from Calabria.

Ribbon Beach

Located in an inlet between the town of Cersuta and the Tower Appreciate the Donkey, the Rena del Nastro is a beautiful sandy beach. Accessibility from the ground is guaranteed by a path of about 200 meters, half of which flows a trickle of fresh water.

The Beaches of Maratea

The Costa di Maratea spreads for about 32 km, from the Midnight Canal to the mouth of the river Noce and is characterized by a great variety of landscapes and biological: from the spectacular cliffs of Acquafredda to the stillness of the Secca di Castrocucco passing through bays, ravines and submerged and semi-submerged caves of rare beauty that are home to numerous animal and plant species.

La Secca

The Secca di Castrocucco beach is located in one of the most picturesque corners of the coast of Maratea. It is protected from marine currents from the cliff. Near the beach is the Baronial Palace of the noble Labanchi, with an adjoining chapel dedicated to San Gerardo. On the summit behind the beach rise the ruins of the Castle of Castrocucco, an ancient medieval fortress.

Santa Teresa Beach

The beach of Santa Teresa, is the widest and most popular beach in the Marina district. Embellished by small terrestrial grottos on the northern side and by the characteristic rock of the Falchetto, placed at the center of the beach, on top of which the peregrine falcons usually nest. Access to the beach is via a ladder that connects it to the parking lot behind.

Beach Dei Seven Ponti Or Di Riciulillo

The beach of Riciulillu is a very small hint of sand surrounded by rocks and rocky ravines, accessible by land through a staircase installed on the rock. It is located near Punta del Dentice, in the fraction of Marina

The beach of Riciulillu is a very small hint of sand surrounded by rocks and rocky ravines, accessible by land through a staircase installed on the rock. It is located near Punta del Dentice, in the fraction of Marina

Ilicini

The beach of Ilicini is a ravine of rocks and pebbles, from which you can see the tip of the Matrella and Santo Janni. Behind it, a dwarf oak forest, rendered by the action of salt, gives its name to the town and the beach. Access is made easy by a well-traced path.

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