Pozzallo (Sicilian: Puzzaddu) is a town and comune in the province of Ragusa, Sicily, Italy. Four beaches in Pozzallo have received the Blue Flag award by the FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education), a prestigious award given to beaches which meet strict criteria dealing with water quality, environmental education and information, environmental management, and safety and other services. Only eight beaches in Sicily have received the Blue Flag, including the four located in Pozzallo..
Restaurants in Pozzallo
4 based on 132 reviews
I loved photographing the fishing boats moored near the Torre. It's the focal point of Pozzallo. Unfortunately, I just don't think that the townspeople really appreciate the beauty at their doorstep. Each time I visit I see more and more graffitti encroaching on the historic and ancient buildings. Sigh....
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Lido Isola Verde Beach Club - Pozzallo Lido Isola Verde is one of the cheapest and most comfortable solutions to spend a day at the beach on a tropical sea with warm and clear waters. The beach is equipped with loungers and well-spaced straw beach umbrellas. The atmosphere is friendly, away from chaos, ideal for a day in complete relaxation. For refreshment during the hottest hours of the day, there is an area equipped with tables & benches for picnicking. By paying a small fee you can have a picnic lunch or make use of the barbecue to prepare a tasty lunch with friends. Next to the picnic area, there is a small bar where you can have a drink, enjoy an espresso or eat an ice cream. For a light lunch you can find a great variety of salads, sandwiches, tortilla and fresh fruit dishes.
It is a nice and quiet beach club.
The beach is perfect and sunny. It is crowded in weekends but weekday was fine. There are some bars located along the beach. The sea is super blue and clean.
If you are in the vicinity of Pozzallo you should not miss this beautiful beach.
4 based on 23 reviews
Usually associated as the southern gateway to Sicily, if coming from Malta, Pozzallo is still worth a look-see. From the port, one can reach the city center in just a matter of about fifteen minutes of walking. It is a quiet and charming town, better spent strolling all around. At the town center will be the expanse where one can sit down in the benches or take a pick among numerous restaurants and cafes to dine or shops to browse. Drop by the city tourism office, about five minutes from the center, where postcards and brochures are best handed out by the friendly personnel who are more than willing to give recommendations on what to do and where to explore further in Sicily. They praised Modica so off to the bus station I went, about twelve minutes of walking from the city center, for an added exploration.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
From Pozzallo you can walk along the beach in the direction of santa Maria di Focallo and beyond for 11 kilometres. The sand is firm and ideal for walking or running, occasionally you have to go over a rocky bit to continue but only a couple of times. The whole long beach is really clean and safe - no rubbish, no stray dogs. there are some sand dunes behind in some places. The sea is clean and stays shallow for quite a way out so safe for children. The sand is a dark golden colour so the impression isn't transparent caribbeam effect, but the water is clear. We saw jumping fish too......! One of my favourite Beaches ever and well-kept secret ....ok it was end September but the beach was practically empty and is soooo long I can't think it can ever be really crowded. Fantastic.....
4.5 based on 7 reviews
5 based on 1 reviews
Si può raggiungere in barca, e dista circa un 20/25 minuti di barca dal porto d Pozzallo.
L isola dei porri, ormai per quello che è rimasto, è diventata riserva naturale.
Non è possibile avvicinarsi molto, e neanche entrare( anche se qualcuno lo fa).
Se si ha la possibilità un giretto nei dintorni consiglio di farlo.
3 based on 1 reviews
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