A corner of paradise in Sirmione
A magnificent beach of smooth white rocks, surrounded by crystal clear waters: Jamaica beach, celebrated by The Guardian as one of the most beautiful and wildest beaches in Italy, is a wonderfully exotic corner surrounded by emerald waters.
The beach is located below the Grotte di Catullo Roman ruins and has a direct view of the Rocca di Manerba: it can be reached through a gate just before the entrance to the Grottoes of Catullus Roman ruins and by following a steep, dirt path down to the beach through an olive grove.
The beach is partly free and partly equipped with sun beds for hire. It does not have sports equipment or pedal boats. Showers are available free of charge. There is one toilet not equipped for people with disabilities. Dogs must be kept on a leash. It is not possible to camp or light fires on the beach.