Cala Violina is a cove of the Grosseto Maremma, in Tuscany, in the municipality of Scarlino, which opens onto the Tyrrhenian Sea within the Bandite di Scarlino nature reserve.
The cove is enclosed between the two promontories of Punta Martina to the north, which divides it from Cala Martina, and Punta Le Canne to the south. The white sand that characterizes the beach has also given its name to the cove, in reference to the sounds it “emits” when it is walked on by those who cross it, in the absence of significant sound sources.
Do you know how to reach Cala Violina?
Cala Violina can be reached either by sea or on foot through a 30-minute path inside the forest adjacent to the sea.