Continuing westward, only 15 kilometres from Marina di Ragusa, we come to the Randello Nature Reserve. Hectares of pinewood and Mediterranean scrubland grow along the beach of golden sand rich in shells and still uncontaminated. Considered among the most beautiful beaches in Italy, it has a limpid sea and a wild landscape, excellent for those who love peace and quiet, because it is not well frequented. After the beach, we arrive at the archaeological park and the museum of the ancient Greek city of Kamarina. The beach is about two kilometres long and there are no equipped Lidos as it is a nature reserve.
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We recommend a visit to the beach of Randello to all of our customers who like peace and tranquillity as it is far from the town and is not well frequented. Observe the photos of the sunset, the dunes rich in vegetation and the clear and transparent sea.