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Faraglioni di Ciriga, Ispica

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#6 of 14 in Things to do in Ispica
Beach · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • Well preserved due to accessibility by the Sea only. The water is not so deep and could be reached by walking in the water along the coast . The scenario is absolutely fantastic. Caves and rocks and.....  more »
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  • A lovely place, wonderful sea. Beach and rocks. Ideal for children.
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  • Spoiler: Wonderful photos are made by professionals or semi-pros at specific times of the day. The overwhelming trash is never mentioned. So: I went to look with my wife for these coves, attracted by the spectacular photos, on July 9, 2019. We arrived in the area at about 17.30. Google Maps does not accurately locate the point and we were able to identify how to access the rough road that approaches the place only asking for information to a passer-by (if I'm not mistaken Via di Punta Ciriga, but I could be wrong). First shock: the parking lot is not a parking lot, it is a "private" road, rough, inside a complex of abandoned houses, dilapidated and submerged in garbage. We do not despair and move on, but the show does not change: old and new garbage really everywhere, lots of broken glass and mixed waste at every corner. The phase was at low tide, so the coves only had a bit stagnant water semicircles inside, because of the breakwaters. In the places where the high tide arrives, refuse to not end. Don't think about massive gleaps, the shots from below deceive: I don't think they are more than 5-6 meters high. We went all the way, where several small boats and pedalos are anchored, finding a beach covered with rotting space. As far as we could, in two we could only take away a few sacks of garbage, but it looks like an open-air dump. The beaches ahead are more organized (we saw showers, and from the car they looked clean) but during low tide you walk on the water for tens and tens of meters. To close, I do not recommend to anyone such a slit, unless a serious environmental recovery plan will be made by the municipality.
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