The beach Calamosche is a true paradise on earth. In 2005 it was classified by the Blue Guide of Legambiente with the title of “Most beautiful beach in Italy”. It is very difficult to get to, but worth the effort. To reach the beach Calamosche you need to walk 15-20 minutes along a path surrounded by the Mediterranean, after leaving the car in the parking lot at the edge of the reserve. No bar, no beaches, but only nature; Also for this marks a low turnout of visitors. The allure of the beach is due to the variety of Mediterranean and in the presence of a breathtaking view: the small beach is located between two rocky headlands that make the calm sea and offer visitors a relaxing beauty. Another property of the beach is the presence of numerous caves, cavities and caves in the two rocky sides.
Calamosche extends for about 200 meters and boasts clear water and clean sand with clear and soft. It is a lovely natural swimming pool where you can dedicate to snorkeling as it hosts an abundant marine life. The cove is located precisely between Noto and the Vendicari nature reserve, behind which the Mediterranean circumscribes a swamp frequented by migratory birds such as flamingos.
How to get to the beach Calamosche
To get to the beach of Cala Flies must take the road Noto-Pachino, about 6 km to turn into a dirt that crosses an old railway. Shortly dipo you reach the gate in front of a forest ranger. From here continue for about 1 km on a trail bordered by palm trees that leads directly to the sea.
Remember that access to the sea is strictly forbidden to all types of vessels.