Boccadasse - Genoa live cam

Beautiful view of the beach and the old fishing village from Piazza Nettuno in live streaming

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    • 1 minute ago
    • "Jeannie"

    Wow the beach erosion is pretty bad. I believe those are some kind of tube that was buried?

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    • 2 hours ago
    • "barbara lister"

    wow MalvernMick
    Just read up on this algae and the ecologcal effects of it-eg stuffing mattresses with the algae to prevent respiratory illnesses and around legs if you are bothered by varicose veins. Amazing

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    • 4 hours ago
    • "andr"

    they are mounds of posidonia algae arrived from the sea

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    • 10 hours ago
    • "MalvernMick"

    Thay are probably the remains old "drainage" pipes put there many years ago when Bocadasse had more of a beach.. and before any of us knew bette

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    • 23 hours ago
    • "barbara lister"

    Thanks- keep well and safe

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    • 24 hours ago
    • "MadB"

    They do seem to break the waves up a bit.

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    • 24 hours ago
    • "Barry"

    They look like long shaped rocks. Probably placed there to prevent erosion.

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    • 1 day ago
    • "barbara lister"

    good morning everyone- sending best wishes and hope you are all well, can anyone tell me what are the long pipe shapes (almost like tree trunks ) sticking out of the sand on the beach and seeming to extend towards the sea. They look quite ominous and large. I have been looking at them but cannot make out what they could be but they are becoming more and more exposed- thanks

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    • 5 days ago
    • "n6278"

    I am sad I missed the storm I watched when it thundered and the lightning lit up all the buildings through their windows. Sad about the erosion on the beach. I must take a better luck tomorrow when the sun will be shining.

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    • 1 week ago
    • "barbara lister"

    Hi andr
    Good morning to you and thanks for the posting- it is good to hear that things are positive as it is such a lovely place - keep safe x

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    • 1 week ago
    • "andr"

    I live in Genoa near Boccadasse and I can tell you that the houses of this village have been there for hundreds of years and have always been saved from the rough seas. on the other side of the gulf, on the other hand, two years ago the waves broke the whole shore taking away the fishing boats. you can see on "google earth" the photos from the satellite with the boats and with the "street view" the works in progress.
    greetings from Genoa

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    • 1 week ago
    • "bluebird"

    Hmmmmm. 'Looks like a lot of beach erosion from the last storm. Hopefully, they will bring in more sand to build up the beach near the water's edge.

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    • 1 week ago
    • "barbara lister"

    This little cove is looking very sad and unsafe at the waterline. Keep safe everyone and do not go too near the waters edge

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • "MandyP"

    there is now just a cliff to get into the sea after the storm, what a mess

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • "MandyP"

    wow, the hole is repaired already.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • "MadB"

    Mine's ok, Coraline.