Piccolo Pevero beach is occupied but very quiet. It’s refreshing after being in Positano, which was crowded with tourists. Although these people are vacationing, it still has a very intimate and calm feeling. The beach is, as most European beaches seem to be, managed by a company where you pay for umbrellas and chairs. I’m beginning to appreciate this as the beaches stay somewhat manicured and clean. In the middle of Piccolo Pevero, there is a running stream from a river just above the beach. However, it’s running out of large plastic pipes that are beneath the sand, so it’s natural course must have been covered up at some point. Just another form of human interference, much like this obnoxiously large yacht parked in the middle of the bay (which I found out is moored here semi permanently), blocking the view of Mother Nature’s glory.