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I thought that Posilippo district should have a lot of beaches. Unfortunately most of them is private property and we don't have access to get there.
Bagno Elena was the best public beach. 10 Euro for whole day of sunbathing and resting is OK for...More
We came for a few hours one afternoon, paid 10€ per person and chose where we wanted to sit and a man came and set up our beds for us. It was fairly quiet (it was a Sunday afternoon) which suited us great. It’s a...More
Went with our children (aged six and 10) having exhausted them with museums, Pompei etc. It wasn't too expensive to hire loungers and a parasol and we had a decent, affordable lunch in the self-service restaurant. The beach is dark volcanic sand and the water...More
Average sandy beach, 12euro per person which includes a sunbed. Kids go free. Very busy little beach, facilities available. Easy access from Napoli city center - Line 2 Metro, stop Mergellina and walk for about 20mins. Kids loved it
It's quite a nice, sandy beach. The biggest disadvantage of it is the fact that it's a bit small and there aren't too many interesting objects under the surface. I liked a bar nearby the beach - good drinks and food.
We chose this beach option as we’d been on the go fo 2 weeks and just didn’t want to catch another train, boat, etc. We were told by many that this place was soooo nice. Even by local friends that we know. Hmmmmm. It was...More
We decided to visit this place since we wanted to go for a swim somewhere rather close to Napoli. The sunbeds cost 12€ per person which is ridiculously overpriced especially if you take into consideration the extremely unfriendly service (which however can be found nearly...More
After getting tired of travelling far in order to relax on a nice beach, we decided to look for something closer to the centre of Napoli. Bagno Elena is perfect, only four subway stops from the main Garibaldi Station and a pleasant walk from the...More