We arrived there after our visit to Agrigento by car in August. There are a couple of car parks to park in or you could risk parking on the street for free, but on our way out I saw that the cars parked on the street had parking tickets. Personally I think you should just pay for parking, not only to avoid a ticket but also to keep your car safe. It’s a windy road down.
Once you reach the beach it’s about a 15 minute walk to Scala dei turchi. Along the way we noticed people putting clay on their faces and bodies from the water. Of course we joined in, but I won’t subject you to that picture of my face!
The Scala is filled with people sunbathing and taking pictures.
August is a busy time to visit the Scala so if you aren’t a fan of crowds try going in September when it’s still hot but quieter.
Have you been to the Scala? If so what did you think of it?
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