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Best beaches in Napoli, Summer 2021 updates

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Taking a look at the bathing beaches in Naples is the first stage to get to know where to go to the sea in Naples during this summer 2021.

There are 10 beaches that are declarated good for bathing in Naples for this summer 2021. 8 of them have been promoted for their excellent water quality, the two others have been judged to be of good quality as well.

The beaches with good or excellent water quality are those where the bathing will be possible until 30 September. Beaches that have been rejected for pollution will be closed to the public. These include the Pietrarsa beach, port areas, and marine protected areas. Among the beaches whose entrance is forbidden to the public, there is also the Sin of Bagnoli-Coroglio, due to unacceptable health risks for ingestion and dermal contact.

The list of Balearic waters is due to monitoring carried out by Arpac, Campania’s regional agency for environmental protection. The results of this monitoring were made public with regional resolution 119 of 2021 on the basis of analyses of samplings carried out during past summers.

Where to go to the sea in Naples, summer 2021

The best beaches in Naples for the summer of 2021 where the water quality is excellent are 8:

Nisida
Trentaremi
Marechiaro
Puntanera
Capo Posillipo
Posillipo
Donn’Anna
Via Partenope

The beaches where the water quality is good and it is possible to go swimming in Naples are those along the Caracciolo seafront and in Piazza Nazario Sauro.

It is not possible to go to the beach at Pietrarsa, where bathing has been banned. Bathing is permanently prohibited in Pietrarsa, including in the mouths of rivers and streams, in port areas, and in protected marine areas.

Here are the areas where it is permanently prohibited:

Port – Piazza Nazario Sauro
Nisida Military Area
Mergellina
Gaiola
San Giovanni a Teduccio
Coast of Bagnoli
Port of Naples

source: http://burc.regione.campania

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