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.

Fiumicello Beach

The beach of Fiumicello, located under the village of the homonymous village, is one of the largest and most beautiful on the coast of Maratea. It extends from the tip of Ogliastro, on which the Fiumicello caves open, home to Palaeolithic settlements, and arrives near the Santavenere tower. The extremely easy access and the presence of numerous services make it one of the most popular beaches on the coast of Maratea.

Anginarra Beach And Luppa Beach
With its two hundred meters of sandy coastline is one of the largest beaches on the coast of Maratea. It is bordered to the north by a spectacular cliff that houses the homonymous cave and to the south by a flat cliff that separates it from the Luppa beach. La Luppa is a wide sandy beach that extends from the cliff that separates it from the Anginarra beach to the rocky platform of Punta San Pietro, near Villa Nitti, historic residence of statesman Francesco Saverio Nitti. The easy access and the beauty of the seabed make it one of the most popular and popular beaches of Maratea.
Calaficarra
Calaficarra is a graceful open beach between beautiful white calcareous-dolomitic rock formations. On the northern side of the beach opens a small cave, where you can immerse yourself and appreciate the reflections of light on its vault.
Cala Jannita Or Black Beach

Cala Jannita beach is also known as the Black beach due to the characteristic color of its sand. Located in the village of Marina di Maratea in front of the island of Santo Janni, it is accessed via a beautiful path that crosses the dense Mediterranean maccchia. From this beach you can swim to the Sciabella cave, which houses a small beach.

The Vranne

The beach of I Vranne is a long sandy stretch accessible only by sea. Its depths are home to a vast prairie of Posidonia oceanica and has been voted as the most beautiful beach in Italy according to a race promoted by Legambiente in 2016.

Stair Cave beach

The Stair Cave Scala beach is a small inlet of sand and pebbles set in the cliff near Villa Nitti. Its formation is due to the construction of the railway line in the last years of the nineteenth century and is accessed through a suggestive staircase. It takes its name from the cave that opens in the neighborhood.

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