The fairy beach with transparent water and Blue Flag 2017
The Gulf of Follonica stretches from Piombino to Punta Ala and has countless beaches mainly of fine white sand. Among the gulf’s beaches, facing south and close to Cala Violina is Cala Civette, a heavenly oasis with the typical colours of the Maremma: crystal-clear green water, straw-coloured sand and deep green Mediterranean scrub all around.
The sandy beach of Cala Civette is about 20 km from Casa in Maremma Tuscany Village, in the direction of Punta Ala.
It is a cove in the Grosseto Maremma area, which, like many other wonderful beaches, is characterised by being much less crowded during the high season (August in primis).
Cala Civette, in fact, turns out to be the right place if you want the beauty of the Maremma seascapes with peace and tranquillity. It is the beach for peace of mind of a unique beauty.
It is one of the most unspoilt and wildest beaches in the area, dominated by Torre Civette, a white tower that dominates the promontory, from which it takes its name. Its beauty and charm will surprise you. Cala Civette offers diving, excellent snorkelling and, in addition, the place is known for its lucky catch of sea bass, gilthead bream, mullet and sea urchins!
How to get to Cala Civette Beach
Starting from Casa in Maremma Tuscany Village, drive along the Strada Provinciale del Puntone and once you have passed Puntone di Scarlino continue and take Strada Provinciale 158 towards Strada Vicinale di Pian d’Alma.
Once in Pian d’Alma, turn at the junction for Punta Ala and after about 4 km, along the Vicinale di Torre Civette road, you will find a large free car park in the shade that is only 100 metres from the beach.
Once parked, the beach of Cala Civette can be easily reached on foot by fording the sea outlet of the Alma river. A feasible and absolutely not dangerous operation.
The beauty of this seaside location can already be admired on a nature walk, then the sight of its beach and sea repays the efforts made. We are certain of it!
The beach at Cala Civette is completely free and along it are small collections of reeds, branches and bushes that provide effective protection from the wind and sun.