Capo Comino Beach
Capo Comino Beach is a northeast facing cove near Santa Lucia and Siniscola. This large family-friendly beach has plenty of car parks (fee payable in the summer) and easy access.
The shallow sloping beach descends into the crystal clear waters with barely a wave disturbing the surface. It’s very safe, and consequently popular with families, but it can be crowded in peak summer months. Look forward to snorkelling, scuba diving, hiking and birdwatching. Just back from Capo Comino there are peaceful dunes, wetlands, lakes and fields.
On the promontory that gave the bay its name, you’ll see a lighthouse perched on the rocks. If you’re prepared to walk 4km along the sandy beach you can escape the crowds and nestle in the huge dunes which are a natural suntrap.
At the more commercialised north end of the beach there’s a beach bar with sunbed rentals, watersports equipment hire and a dive school offering courses and trips. One of the best dives they will take you to is a sunken airplane and the wreck of the ship Comandante Bafile that sank in 1942.
The south end of the beach has more seaweed. It also has a highly regarded fish restaurant (Il Moletto) and snack bar that serves ice cream and snacks during the day.
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- Diving & snorkelling
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