Cala Sveva Beach Club

Cala Sveva: the exclusive beach club of Termoli

In Molise there is an exclusive beach perfect for a summer of fun and relax. Cala Sveva Beach Club is one of the most glamorous beach resorts in Molise. It stands at the foot of the Federician Walls and the majestic Termoli Castle and knows how to seduce its guests with its various services, its golden sand beach and its crystal-clear sea.

Cala Sveva: a sixty-year history

Cala Sveva is one of the oldest and most beautiful beach club in Termoli. It was founded in the 1960s and since 2001 it has been managed by the Vincitorio family, which decided to improve the beach, turning it from a simple bathing establishment into an exclusive beach club with its own restaurant and nightclub.

A sea of services

Cala Sveva beach club has a dual nature: it offers all the comforts for a stress-free family holiday, but also all kinds of services and entertainment for young people. At Cala Sveva anyone can spend a peaceful holiday and swim in the Adriatic Sea, one of the the most beautiful sea in the world.

There is no better way to enjoy the summer than lying comfortably on a sunbed, with a drink served directly under the beach umbrella. Let yourself be rocked by the waves, Cala Sveva will do the rest.

Cala Sveva: Beach Club, restaurant and disco

Other than being a beach club equipped with beach umbrellas, deckchairs and sunbeds, Cala Sveva also has a very popular restaurant in Termoli. The Svevia on The Beach Restaurant is open all year round and is also available for private events such as birthdays and graduation parties.

The restaurant combines professional service with a sophisticated menu; tasty fish dishes are always fresh and prepared with care and creativity.

At night, the town lights up with music and colours and Cala Sveva turns into the heart of Termoli’s nightlife. At sunset it becomes a real Disco Club that will entertain you with the best drinks on the coast and great live music. Cala Sveva beach club is the perfect place to enjoy the sunset view and take beautiful pictures.

The lounge music during happy hour marks the beginning of an exceptional evening: from June to September top international DJs make everyone dance on the beach of Cala Sveva.

Sports on the beach at Cala Sveva

All beach sports lovers are invited! Cala Sveva organises sporting events involving the whole town of Termoli.

The beach club is well equipped with beach tennis and beach volleyball courts which are open to both experienced players and beginners who want to have fun, courses are available for the latter to learn how to play. Moreover, Cala Sveva organises numerous five-a-side football and bowls tournaments on the beach.

Dream wedding on the beach of Cala Sveva

wedding on the beach

Cala Sveva is the perfect location for those who have always dreamed of a wedding on the beach. The Beach Club, Sveva Residence and the Svevia on the Beach Restaurant have been hosting the Adriatic Wedding project for years.

The three facilities – bathing establishment, seaside restaurant and hotel – are located within the beautiful frame of Termoli Old Town. A beautiful landscape, a peaceful atmosphere and many services are the ideal ingredients for a wonderful beach wedding

Therefore, the beach becomes the perfect location to promise eternal love, and after the fateful ‘yes’ you then move to the restaurant on the beach. With over twenty years of experience, the staff at Cala Sveva know how to make every wedding unforgettable.

What to see in Termoli

trabucco termoli

Termoli has a strong connection with the sea and is an ideal place for both families and young people. The Termoli coastline is characterised by wide sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters and shallow seabed, typical of the Adriatic Sea.

The town’s landscape has been dotted with trabucchi, wooden pile-dwelling-like machines used in past centuries for fishing. Today, the last survivor is the trabucco Celestino, definitely one of the things to see in Termoli.

Termoli Old Town is certainly one of the most beautiful in Molise and Italy, it is an amazing labyrinth of narrow streets and colourful houses. Walking through the alleys, you will reach Termoli Cathedral Square, the heart of the old town, on which stands the Cathedral of Santa Maria della Purificazione, among the most beautiful examples of Romanesque architecture in Molise: here are preserved relics of Saint Basso, patron saint of the town.

The Old Town is built on a rocky promontory overlooking the sea and has two access points: one to the north and one to the south. One of the most beautiful beaches in Molise can be found on the north side: it is Sant’Antonio beach, on which Cala Sveva Beach Club is located.

The beach is right at the foot of the Svevo Castle, the symbol of Termoli, named after Frederick II of Svevia who ordered its reconstruction after a series of collapses. This castle by the sea was built in Norman times and has a fairly simple structure, with a main body and four characteristically shaped towers. The central tower currently houses the Air Force meteorological station.

Around Cala Sveva

On the southern side we find the port of Termoli, a departure point for many travellers heading for the nearby Tremiti Islands, undoubtedly among the most beautiful islands in Italy. From here it is possible to reach the only Italian archipelago in the Adriatic Sea in just over an hour. The Tremiti Islands are a protected marine area, a paradise of biodiversity, which welcomes millions of Italian and foreign visitors every year.

A few kilometres away from Termoli is the amphitheatre of Larino. The structure, dating back to the first century A.D., has an elliptical plan, interrupted by four gates, each placed at a cardinal point. Inside it could hold up to 18,000 spectators and the quadrangular pit in which animals were released is still visible.

Curiosity: the narrowest alley in Italy is just a few steps from Cala Sveva

Few people know that among the streets of Termoli is one of the narrowest alleys in the world and (perhaps) the narrowest alley in Italy: the rejecelle.

The Italian record is disputed between Termoli and Ripatransone, in the province of Ascoli: it would seem that the narrowest alley of the latter measures 43 cm against the approximately 50 cm of the alley in Termoli. However, it would seem that the narrowest point of Rejecelle alley is only 43 cm wide . It is certainly not easy to go through this 7.88 metres long alley, but it is for sure a unique experience.

Cala Sveva is waiting for you

Cala Sveva Beach Club opened for summer 2022 from 1 May until 30 September. Booking a place on Molise’s most glamorous beach is quick and easy, you can do it online via the Cocobuk platform.


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