The Randello beach is a long stripe of sand and dunes enclosed in a wide creek between Punta Braccetto and Scoglitti. Wet by the Mediterranean Sea and protected by a vast pine forest, the beach is part of the Cava Randello Natural Protected Nature Reserve, a protected area in the territory of Ragusa.
In the past it was a private hunting reserve, today it is a fully equipped green lungs open to everyone, it is the right place for a picnic, for sports or for a bit of shade before diving to the sea. This oasis of eucalyptus, cypress, holm oak and oak trees extends for one hundred and fifty-six hectares and houses some necropolises (V - II century BC) of the archaeological park of Kamarina.
The Randello beach is considered one of the most beautiful in Italy and has been included in Touring Club's Blue Guide 2014. The sandy shore is often covered with shells of all shapes and sizes and is protected by dunes and a characteristic fence of canes. It is not the most crowded beach in the area, perfect for those who love unspoilt beaches and seek tranquility. At the far end the cliffs of Punta Braccetto and Scoglitti protect this beautiful beach made of golden sand, crystalline sea and Mediterranean bush.
How to get there
The easiest way to get to Randello Beach is through the entrance of the SP 85 reserve . Just before the entrance to the Forestry Corps you will find two parking areas where you can leave the car, from here you arrive to the beach along a path of about one kilometer within the reserve. The beach can also be reached from Punta Braccetto, reach "Piazza dei Tramonti" and from there you can already see the wide Randello sandy shore.