You can get to Relitto beach by crossing a small bridge that separates it from Pomonte beach. In memory of a military command that once watched over the navigation in the area, it is also called Quartiere beach.
Part of the beach, approximately 250 metres in length, is free while there is a bathing establishent on the other part and it is made up of small/medium sized round shaped pebbles. The part just before you get to Punta Massellone is made up of larger stones that are not always smooth so some tourists tend to prefer the other area.
Just as the name suggests, what makes the beach so famous is the fact that the shipwreck of the Elviscot freighter, that lies about 12 metres below the surface, is only 150 metres away. The ship struck the Ogliera rock and sank, and it is very easy to get to either by pedalo or you can even swim out. Since the water is crystal clear you will have no difficulty in spotting just by looking down into the water,, and if you want to go down you can do so either with your oygen cylinders or by holding your breath.
Now home to many different species of fish, the scene that opens out before your eyes is unique to the point that it is a favourite destination among scuba divers.
Relitto beach is open to most winds, so it is perfect if you are a lover of windsurfing or if you simply want to have a fabulous time going surfing in the open sea.
You can get to and from Pomonte either by using the public bus service or thanks to the Marebus service run by the Marciana Town Council or, if you prefer, you can get there easily by following the western ring road round Monte Capanne.
In order to get to the beach start off from the square where the church is and follow the road that goes down to the beach; once at the entrance to the Hotel Sardi, turn left and head for the car park opposite the beach.
You can also get to the beach if you follow the path that is for pedestrians only. Coming from the direction of Cavoli / Fetovaia, once past the town of Pomonte, you will see a sign about 500 metres farther along that guides you down to the beach.
|Commune||Marina di Campo|
|Recommended with the following winds||North-East Wind, East Wind|
|Facilities||Bank / Cash machine, Bar, Autobus, Automatic defibrillator, Newsagent's, Chemist, Market, Minibus, Shops, Canoe/kayak rental, Boat / pedalo hire/rental, Sun umbrella / sun bed hire/rental, Pedalo rental, Car park, Post Office, Punto blu, Restaurants|
|Nearby beaches||Pomonte (0,26 km), Ogliera (0,36 km), Calello e Cala Maestrale (0,42 km), Chiessi (1,66 km), Le Tombe (1,78 km), Aliva (2,18 km), Punta Nera (2,49 km), Pietre Albe (2,81 km), Fetovaia (3,12 km), Campo Lo Feno (3,12 km), Le Calle (3,59 km), Le Piscine (4,33 km), Le Buche (4,69 km), Seccheto (4,76 km)|
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