Scala dei Turchi, Realmonte

4.2
#1 of 34 in Parks in Province of Agrigento
Must see · Geologic Formation · Nature / Park
Bathed in sunlight and lapped by crystalline waters, Scala dei Turchi is a white-stone coastal cliff between two sandy beaches. You can access this popular tourist attraction by climbing a limestone rock formation in the shape of a staircase. This area was once the site of frequent Turkish raids. Near the cliff is a small bar, offering cold drinks, a deep shade, and sweeping views of the sea. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring lots of water for your walk up the steep staircase. Use our Realmonte vacation planner to add Scala dei Turchi and other attractions to your Realmonte vacation plans.
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  • Thought this would be the highlight of the sicily trip but it was just meh. Couldn't go onto the steps as sea was high. We planned 3 days in this area but found out it is actually a 30 mins stop by...  more »
  • Great place to stop after visiting the ruins inAgrigento. This summer the beach has been closed to the public because of politics. So many other stunning beaches on the Island to choose from anyway :)  more »

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