Going along the Maronti beach towards St. Angelo on the right there is, open and appealing, the Olmitello Cave where at around 300 m gushes out precious water, already famous in the XV century for its healthy properties.
A trickle of water, just a trickle of water but extremely healthy: it heals ulcers, gastritis, duodenitis, liver and kidney affections while the music of silence overwhelms you and attracts the wild side of this place.
It is a mineral bicarbonate-sulphate-alkaline water able to stimulate diuresis and better the hepatic function, with remarkable anti-uric properties and effective against gastritis and gastro-duodenitis. In the ancient times it was also used against rhinopharyngeal affections.
Green and quiet wild nature surrounds every side of the spring.
The Maronti Beach is surrounded by a landscape rich in typically Mediterranean scents, colours and vegetation.
View on the Maronti beach.
The Maronti Beach is around 3 km long.