San Vincenzo beaches

In San Vincenzo there are both free beaches, for those who prefer to organise themselves independently, and many bathing establishments where you can rent sunbeds and umbrellas and have the convenience of a bar for a coffee or an ice cream.

Passeggiata in riva al mare a San Vincenzo

Along the stretch of sand that flanks the coast here in San Vincenzo, there are beaches you can access freely, as well as beach clubs you need to pay an entry fee to. In the first instance, you’ll need to bring everything you’ll need with you, though in certain areas there are more amenities than others (e.g. showers, lifeguards, cafés). A day access to a beach club usually already includes sun loungers and a beach umbrella, a locker and changing rooms, toilets and on-site restaurant. Locals typically buy seasonal passes, so if you prefer this option, stop by the front desk first to inquire if they’re at capacity and where can they place you. 

Beach clubs in San Vincenzo

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La Conchiglia

The last beach club on the north side, with a fine sandy beach that gradually descends into the sea, perfect for families as it comes with a playground right on the beach. Also great for those who want to walk, the beach in fact comes up to Donoratico. An early morning walk along the beach is particularly nice. The lounge bar is great for an apéritif at sunset, while the sea-view restaurant is the right place for a light lunch or a seafood dinner or even a pizza.

Distances from Santa Cecilia
1.3 Km

Where to park

Along the road or in the gravel parking lot behind the beach club near the railroad.

Pets allowed?
Yes

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Villa Marcella

Beach umbrellas, deckchairs and sun loungers, but above all simplicity and courtesy. Family-run since 1958, this is a beach club with strong 60s and 70s vibes! There’s a sandy beach for those who prefer peace and quiet.

Distances from Santa Cecilia
1 km

Where to park

Along the road.

Pets allowed?
No

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La Perla del Mare

Not just your standard beach umbrellas, but also cabanas for those who want to relax in style, even at the beach. The beach umbrellas are perpendicular to the sea to increase the space available to guests. Here, too, the sand slopes gently into the sea, making this club a safe option for those with children. The seafood restaurant is perfect for a romantic dinner that delivers new, bold flavors. Easy to get to on foot from the town center.

Distances from Santa Cecilia
400 m

Where to park

In the gravel parking lot opposite the beach club.

Pets allowed?
No

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Il Bucaniere

At the entrance of the promenade and only a short walk from the pedestrian area. Depending on the currents, you may find some algae there. The waters are shallow thanks to the submerged dam in front of the establishment. The breakwater, that runs along the promenade, is great for snorkeling in search of fish. The restaurant is the scene-stealer here, especially at sunset when the sun dives into the water. Sophisticated dishes with top quality produce, chosen with passion.

Distances from Santa Cecilia
300 m

Where to park

Along the road (disc parking) or in the square (metered parking in Summer) or in the underground parking of the marina for a fee.

Pets allowed?
Yes

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Il Paradisino

Near the town center on the southern side. Beach umbrellas, cabanas and a pine grove with picnic tables. Here you can play volleyball, soccer, bowling and basketball or attend a Zumba classes in the pine grove. Perfect also for families, as they have a kid’s club! Directly on the beach there is the pizzeria with classic and gourmet dishes, or on the second floor the seafood restaurant with a sea view terrace is great for romantic dining.

Distances from Santa Cecilia
1,4 km

Where to park

On-site parking is available for a fee (advance booking essential). There are some free parking spaces in Via Biserno, near the Post Office, from here you can reach the beach in 5 minutes on foot thanks to the pedestrian passage under the railway.

Pets allowed?
No

Bagno Venere

On the southern side of town, this is a fun beach club, young, full of entertainment with music and games. Toys and, on certain days of the week, entertainment for the kids. Free Wi-Fi available. Happy Hour at the bar while at the restaurant you can find classic seafood dishes. Accessible also for disabled people. 

Distances from Santa Cecilia
2.2 km

Where to park

 Along the road. 

Pets allowed?
Yes, but just small ones.

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La Barcaccina

South side of the town. A completely renovated beach club with inflatables and a beach volleyball net in the sea, canoes and pedal boats. Sandy beach that slopes gently into the sea and makes it perfect for families with children or for those who want to walk in the water.  At the bar with the panoramic terrace you can stop for an apéritif or a quick lunch with sandwiches and salads, while at the restaurant you can order more robust dishes. Behind the beach club there is a pine grove with picnic tables for those who want a break from the sun.

Distances from Santa Cecilia
2.5 km

Where to park

Along the road. 

Pets allowed?
No

Free Public Beaches in and near San Vincenzo

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From La Conchiglia restaurant up until Donoratico

Just beyond the restaurant La Conchiglia there is a free public beach that goes as far as Pianetti and, for the more sporty, as far as Marina di Castagneto Carducci. It is uncontaminated and wild, for those who prefer a quieter and less crowded place to enjoy a relaxing day under the sun. Perfect also for a walk on the shoreline between one swim and another as the beach slopes gently into the water. Remember to bring water and something to eat, there are no kiosks, especially if you go very far from the restaurant. If you don’t have a beach umbrella, you can ask for one at the front desk of Podere L’Agave!

Distances from Santa Cecilia
1.3 km

Where to park

 Along the road or in the gravel parking lot behind the restaurant along the railroad.

Pets allowed?
Yes

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In San Vincenzo

All along the coastline that runs along the town of San Vincenzo, there are many free public beaches between one beach club and another. Just follow the signs for any beach club and nearby you will find a stretch of free public beach. Being very small, in summer they are very crowded, so it is better to arrive early to be sure to find an available spot. We do not recommend the beaches adjacent to the port because there are often algae there. The beach slopes gently into the water, wherever you choose to stop. 

Distances from Santa Cecilia
800 m

Where to park

Along the road, but check whether you have to pay or if it is disc parking only.

Pets allowed?
No

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