Sant'Ambrogio - Sicily
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Directions to Sant'Ambrogio
In peak season during the months of July and August the lovely town beach of Cefalù becomes pretty populated, so if you spend your holidays in this charming little town and want to avoid the crowds at the town beach, maybe you should go to Sant'Ambrogio. Just hop in your car and drive about six kilometers on the state road SS 113 in the direction of Messina. Exit at Sant'Ambrogio and leave your car at the parking.
The beach of Sant'Ambrogio is rocky and therefore not very known or crowded, but it is a nice place to spend some relaxing hours, go swimming and snorkelling. Bring along a sun shade, water and a pick nick.
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