We were staying in nearby Manciano and the owner of our B&B recommended Ultima Spaggia as a beach and place to eat. It's on a long stretch of volcanic sand. It's a typical beachside restaurant with whitewashed wooden floor boards and lots of sea-related memorabilia on the walls. We paid a modest sum for a huge seafood buffet (pick four different seafood types for €16) and had a lovely time getting tucked in with cold beer. We rented loungers on the beach for the day at €10 each. Nice down-to-earth spot.
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