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San Giovanni Li Cuti is a quaint fishing village a 30 mins walk from the centre of Catania. Very quiet during the day although it can be come very busy in the evening since it's restaurants, particularly Cutilisci, Andrews Faro and I Set7e Vizi are...More
We were recommended this black sand beach by our hotel but we realised very quickly after coming that it's impossible to relax and have a swim as it was horribly, awfully dirty everywhere.
There is an excellent communal bath a couple of hundred metres accross...More
This beach is so fun and a perfect place for a family or group to enjoy while in Catania. It is a public beach and it is a deck built above the lava rocks. You need to bring a towel and there really isnt anything...More
Some 60 years ago this place was at the outskirts of the city - a small fishermen village. Now the city grew and it became pretty central.
Nice to have a walk, to eat delicious food near the sea, to enjoy seaviews and maybe even...More
The beach itself is really nice, the water looks clean and clear. Climbing on the rocks is easy and it is very nice to sit there and watch the sunset. The place was not crowded (end of October, evening) - I guess that might be...More
Black beach to see was our desire...
For that we took the bus from Via Etnea to Piazza Europa and walk from here to San Giovanni Li Cuti.
The place is wonderful and volcanic beach is interesting.
We had lunch at Nero Li Cuti- first...More
A small marina near the seafront in Ognina, a short visit or a walk here is a must. Some restaurant and all in all a little piece of the cliff where the seaside, in the sense that you can do it, but personally I would...More