Castellammare Di Stabia Seafront Beach

by Jade
(Castellammare di Stabia, Napoli, Italia)

Look how easy it is to find seaglass here!

Look how easy it is to find seaglass here!

~ Sea Glass Beach Report submitted by Jade - Castellammare di Stabia, Napoli, Italia


Lo Castellammare Di Stabia seafront in Castellammare Di Stabia, Napoli (Naples), Italy


There are thousands of pieces on the beaches along Castellammare's sea front, as a result of an unfortunately huge amount of rubbish.

Lots of unusual colours that are hard to find in other places - turquoise, blue, dark slate grey, yellow, pink, even purple!

There is also a lot of beach pottery and other seaworn treasure!

Rate the beach:

--- Excellent - 10+ pieces of jewelry grade sea glass found per hour.

Where to look:

From the promenade, walk in the direction of Mt Vesuvius for about 20 minutes along the pavement until you see a pizzeria/trattoria.

Between the restaurant and the next building (a design company) is a short road that goes straight to the beach.

Parking is a block or so before this alley.

Map of area:

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Where to stay in Castellamare, Italy:

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Crowne Plaza Stabiae Sorrento Coast
Strada Statale Sorrentina Km. 11
    Great reviews!
    Best deal $53

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May 13, 2024
Like a kid in a candy store!
by: BGatto

We were visiting Naples on a recent trip to Italy. I had read your advise about the bountiful beach glass at Castellammare di Stabia beach. After an easy Metro train ride from Naples' Garibaldi Station, we were dropped off right near the promenade along the beach. Within 10min my jacket's deep pockets were full of jewelry grade sea glass & dozens of colorful Italian ceramic & terracotta tile pieces. I had to stop, I could barely carry my coat! And I only had so much room in my suitcase to bring anymore back to the U.S. We had a delicious dinner at one of the beach side restaurants, while watching the sunset over the water. The scenery was magical, with the north side of the(Amalfi Coast) Sorrentine peninsula on one side of the beach, and Mt Vesuvius on the other.

Mar 15, 2017
A+ Beach for seglass and pottery lovers
by: Sonja Morgan

We live just 30 minutes north of this beach. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

I have probably brought home close to 20 pounds worth of awesome seaglass, and it never ends. I tell friends about this beach and they bring a beach pail full of seaglass home.

There is plenty to share with others and so many fun unique treasures!

I have found at least 30 grey's, 15 purples, red (fused glass), cobalt blue, orange, yellow, black and 3 marbles so far.

I'm in LOVE with this beach and I spend so much time here.

Thank you for being such a great resource, I would've never known about it!


Thank you for the kind words, Sonja. We would LOVE to have more photos of the beach there and the sea glass that you are finding.


David y Linda Schneider @

Oct 01, 2015
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by: Nicole Smith

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