The  Three Beaches: Abisso | Setteponti | AI Piedi del Cedro | MARINA DI MARATEA



The Three beaches: Abissu, Setteponti &  Cala del Cedro

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In the area of "Marina di Maratea" lie the three beaches of Riciulillu (or Ricci) also called Setteponti for the arches of the old railway bridge that stands behind, the Abissu (the 'Abyss) and' mpedi 'u Citru (right in front of the cedar tree) also called Algae; 
they are three small coves placed between the tip of the "Red Snapper" and the promontory called "Timpa Tenaglia".

The first is a tiny sand hint, accessible by land through a newly installed staircase on the rock, full of rocks and rocky ravines.
The second is for the most part an inlet in the middle of some rocks; while the third, slightly spaced from the other, it is the largest, and in winter it is used to host large algae or leaves of Poseidon on the shore.



The three Beaches . Marina di Maratea

Phone

Only for calls from Italy.   Call costs are as follows (VAT inc.):

Land line: € 0.12 per click and € 1.83 per minute; TIM: 0.18 € for the response and 2,44 € / minute; VODAFONE: 0.16 € for the response and 2,44 € / minute; WIND: € 0,15 in response to the response and € 2,44 per minute; TRE: 0.61 € snap to answer and 2,44 € / minute


Beach Features

3 BEACHES OF ABISSO, SETTEPONTI & CEDRO

Where :MARINA  (see map
Address for car navigation:Via Marina S.Giuseppe,58 86046 Marina PZ
Accessible :by land and by sea
Size :SMALL
Public beach:NO
Lidos :NO
Family friendly :NO
Type :sand / pebbles / rocks
Parking :NO
Stairs :YES
Accomodation :Hotel & B&B at Marina di Maratea
coordinate spiaggia: 39.963509, 15.731672
Beach Rank3***
Ristoranti nelle vicinanze : Ristoranti  di MARINA di Maratea