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We arrived in Bari in the afternoon and with still a few rays of sunshine left we wanted to go to the beach. We got help from a small restaurant in the old town and after a 10-minute bus ride we were in Pane e...More
The beach is dirty, overcrowded, there're a lot of merchants and almost all smoke on the beach. But it's not a big problem. The big problem is that the beach is situated next to Matteotti street where every heavy fall of rain over-floods sewerage and...More
Nice beach. The water is nice and shallow for the kids and the breakers/islands ensure that he water is nice and calm. Exciting walking to the Island. The beach can be a little crowed which can lead to it being a little dirty . But...More
For a public beach, it is really great!! It is sandy, the water clean and clear and it gets deep very slow and progressivly. Although crowded, we found a good spot close to the water. You have lockers (free of charge) and a nice pizza...More
The beach bar has the same name „Pane e Pomodoro”. Another commercial place with huge crowd inside, but it’s not a problem. The problem is, they trying to cheat tourist. The waiter gave me to small change. Forget about arguing. Not recommended.
Within walking distance from Old town or train station you will find a beach comparable to Carribean in quality.
Crystal clear water, rocky barriers to protect from wawes, 50 meters wide stretch of the white sand.
Suitable for kids.
Free security boxes,toilets and water taps....More
We had a very nice holiday in Bari and the beach was a huge part of our vacation!
This is a long sandy beach and it is beautiful! The view is amazing!
There is also a bar where you can drink or even eat!
It's a decent walk along the seafront to the beach. It's not a large beach and it can get very busy at times. The water is excellent and there is a sandbar so children can play without going into deep water. We loved it! There...More
During the week it was virtually empty but became increasingly crowded at the weekend. It is a small beach with no tide to speak of and it protected by rock walls some 50 metres from the beach.
There is a lot of marine life so...More