Departing from Villa Ari
There are numerous beaches around San Vincenzo, some are
equipped, many others free.
The beaches from north to south in sequence
La Conchiglia stretches north of San Vincenzo close to viale
Serristori. It is a long, wide sandy beach bordered by maritime pines, dune
relief and Mediterranean scrub.
We can choose between bathing establishments, well spaced
out, or use the vast public beach where during the bathing period lifeguard
towers are active to protect those who wish to enjoy this splendid glimpse of
the Costa degli Etruschi.
The sea is clear and transparent and easy to access thanks
to its sandy, sloping seabed. A favourite spot for families with children, the
beach offers numerous services and amenities. It is one of the beaches that can
boast of having been awarded the Blue Flag and the Green Flag.
Good to know
Lovers of walking can enjoy a wide stretch of spectacular
coastline, flanked by pinewoods, Mediterranean maquis and dune reliefs, that
from the north of the Conchiglia beach stretches for kilometres as far as
Marina di Castagneto Carducci, practically devoid of urban settlements.
It runs entirely along the coast and occupies the entire
shoreline for about 3 kilometres, unless it is interrupted in the central area
of the town to make way for the new marina. Some stretches of beach are
occupied by bathing establishments, while others are free.
La Principessa Beach
To the south of the town centre begins La Principessa beach,
characterised by fine sand and clear, gently sloping sea with pine forest and
dunes covered by Mediterranean scrub behind. Accessible to all, although some
stretches are reserved for tourist facilities. Not bad, however, it is a very
long beach where everyone can find their own privacy.
The name already represents it; it is reserved for our
A section of Rimigliano beach, between entrance 9 and entrance
10, is dedicated to naturists; it is called Nido dell'Aquila
The free beach of Rimigliano (Rimigliano Park) is a very
long strip of sand stretching for over 6 kilometres, behind it the best that
'mother nature could create'. Access to the beach is well signposted with
numbering from 1 to 10, and is from the Principessa Provincial Road, where it
is possible to park and walk through the pine forest. The beach at Rimigliano
is entirely free and there is only a bar-pizzeria, but it is equipped with
public services such as showers, toilets and numerous picnic areas. read more
about Rimigliano dell'Aquila beach, and is manned and authorised by the Italian