Tuesday, May 31, 2011

How to Go to the Beach in Italy Part 2

  For our second beach experience we went to a cliff rock beach in Recco. Recco is most famous for one major beautiful contribution to the world in the form of Focaccia. We went to a free public seaside area where it can't really be called a beach because there is no sand. This beach was formed with large black rocks jetting out just long enough to hold a few extra large towels and a picnic with 3 different kinds of warm handmade focaccia.
There was a little bit of rock climbing to get there but it is worth it. It's a unique place and not over-crowded because you have to be in-the-know to find this beach and in my observation, Italians will sunbath just about anywhere.


No Carnations said...

looks like paradise, sand or not! As always, so insanely jealous of your vacations!

Madalyn said...

Love the picnic lunch!