Marina di Gennaro beach is the last in a series of beautiful, tiny coves that if you head southwards towards Rio Marina you get to by sea. If you want to get there on foot start off along the scenic route from Rio Marina and you will see it about 300 metres farther along.
This tiny cove is very small indeed (about 25 metres long), consists mainly of medium sized pebbles, and is sheltered at both ends by layers of rocks and Mediterranean bush.A majestic pine tree stands proud high above the beach as well as ancient vineyard terracings .
The beach has a wild, rugged appearance and the turquoise colour of the water reveals a beautiful sea bed so the area is perfect both for lovers of beautiful scenery as well as snorkelling lovers.
No facilities available on the beach.
Follow the scenic route that goes from the Tower in Rio Marina to the higher up road of Porticciolo. Once you get to the crossroads you will see a short, scenic road that goes down as far as the cove. In some parts some steps have been built to make going down easier but be careful not to slip where there are none.
|Recommended with the following winds||Mistral|
|Facilities||No facilities on beach|
|Nearby beaches||La Torre (0,34 km), Del Sasso (0,54 km), Luisi d'Angelo (0,62 km), Ortano (1,92 km), Malpasso di Rio (1,97 km), Topinetti (2,9 km), Cala Seregola (3,58 km), Direttore (4,13 km), Terranera (4,24 km), Nisportino (4,31 km), Nisporto (4,42 km), Reale (4,6 km), Fornacelle (4,61 km), Rivercina (4,63 km), Mangani (4,77 km), Le Secche (4,82 km)|