Finale Ligure beaches
The coast of Finale Ligure is a beautiful stretch of coast of Liguria that is very fascinating and varied.
The 8 km of coastline along which the territory of Finale Ligure overlooks the sea is full of many sandy beaches that follow one another between cliffs and headlands.
Along the entire coast of Finale, the sea is clean and blue: like many other places in Liguria, in fact, Finale Ligure has also been awarded the blue flag, which represents the European recognition for cities with the cleanest sea.
In addition to spacious and quiet free beaches in Finale Ligure you can also find quality private beach and inviting beach restaurants.
Finalmarina Beach is the most famous and popular beach in the city where you can find both private beach clubs with all the best services, and free beaches where you can spend a day at the beach in absolute freedom.
This stretch of coast is right next to the town and is therefore very easy to reach. Here you will find many cozy places where you can be pampered during the day, at sunset for an aperitif or even in the evening.
From the beach of Finalmarina you can continue to the beach of Finalpia: here the free beaches alternate with the private beach clubs. Here, too, you will find all the amenities of the downtown coast, but the beaches are a little smaller.
Varigotti beach is considered the most fascinating and the most reserved in Finale Ligure: this beach is in fact frequented by VIPs and in any case by those looking for a certain privacy and relaxation.
This stretch of coast is sandy but with small round pebbles and the seabed becomes deep rather quickly. Here too you will find equipped beaches alternating with free beaches.
Here the contrast between the beach and the Saracen village of Varigotti is very picturesque and photographed.
Bay of Saracens
The Baia dei Saraceni is considered one of the best beaches in Liguria and is a must during your stay in the Finale area.
Both the Baia dei Saraceni and the Malpasso beach are in the stretch between Punta Crena and Capo Noli.
This beach is also made up of sand mixed with round pebbles. Its charm, in addition to its blue waters, is due to the lush surrounding nature and its slightly wild appearance.
Easy to reach, the Via Aurelia passes right behind the beach.
Punta Crena beach
Punta Crena beach is also mentioned among the best sandy beaches in Liguria and is undoubtedly worth a visit.
This beach was formed over the centuries thanks to the erosion of the rock and is set in a hidden corner of the coast.
Very suggestive but also difficult to reach: you can take a path that descends from the promontory or reach it by swimming perhaps with the help of a mat or a pedal boat.
San Donato beach
San Donato beach is located between Capo della Colombera and Capo di San Donato, from which it dominates the watchtower.
In this suggestive little beach, there are a couple of private beach clubs and a stretch of free beach. Quiet and peaceful, the beach of San Donato is worth a visit.