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  • Top 5 Italian Beaches



    With approximately 7,600 km of coastline, Italy is everything that one could expect from summer destination. Due to the country’s varied geography, Italy beaches are some of the most diverse: you will encounter all kind of beaches, from pebble beaches and white sand beaches to the rare black sand beaches, as well as artificial beaches (like those near Venice).

    The Italian coastline also offers some of the best views in Europe: rolling hills, palm trees and volcano peaks create the most unexpected combinations, wile the picturesque fisher villages and antique towns welcome you in their white-washed villas and lively piazzettas. The transportation is quite easy. There are plenty of cheap flights and bargain travel deals to Italy. Today’s post is nothing but an invitation to discover the best of Italy’s beaches:


    Even if it weren’t for Federico Fellini’s passion for this busting coastal city, Rimini would have still made it to the top most famous Italian beaches. With wide strips of sand stretching along the Adriatic coast and an impressive number of Roman ruins and medieval churches, Rimini is an authentic tourist hot-spot. As for Rimini’s nightlife, let us just mention that almost every European town would give anything in exchange for Rimini’s clubs and restaurants.


    With its rolling hills overlooking the Vesuvius, Sorrento is one of the most scenic beaches along the renowned Amalfi Coast. Just a short drive from the buzzing Naples and close to popular attractions such as Pompeii, Capri or Ischia, Sorrento was known from Antiquity as the Sirens hideaway. No one knows if it was the magical sound of the sirens the one who drove some world famous tenors likeĀ  Enrico Carruso and Luciano Pavarotti here, but we heave to admit that Sorrento’s surroundings at simply inspiring.

    Spillage Sabbie Nere, Sicily

    Sicily’s torrid summers make beach excursions as vital as water. Considering that Sicily is an island, you will find beaches just about everywhere you go, but few of them are as scenic and remote as Spiaggia Sabbie Nere on the island of Volcano. Just as the name tells you, this isolated beach is covered by a fine black sand, just another reminder of the island’s rich volcanic activity.


    In about one hour train ride from Rome, the visitors mesmerized by the marvels of the eternal city can take a break from strolling through the ruins and stretch their legs along the beach of Terracina. With several famous temples and churches, Terracina is far form a newcomer on Italy’s list of attractions, but its wide strip of beach is pure relaxation.


    Known as Italy’s main destination for the rich and famous, Capri has all the attributes of a Mediterranean paradise: the island is dominated by rugged cliffs, luxury establishments and infinity pools, all projected against the most brilliant blue. Just a short walk form the historic center of Capri you will find Marinna Piccolla, a coquette pebble beach and favorite hangout place for Capri’s notable residents.


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    johnny wrote on January 2, 2011:

    I’m not such a friend of beaches, but I love mountains and swimming. That’s why I checked out last summer the lake Como in Italy. It’s a magnificent landscape. Unfortunately we got some nasty weather, but even so I liked it much more than the sea.

    Procida fan wrote on July 1, 2011:

    Do not agree !
    The best Italian beach is for sure Pelosa beach in Sardinia…
    Also for sure, we have in the top five the Maronti beach on the island of Ischia and the Chiaia Beach on the island of Procida…

    Procida fan wrote on July 1, 2011:

    Forgot to mention that also in Apulia Region there are a lot of beautiful beaches with white sand…

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    ruund wrote on November 29, 2013:

    the best Italian Beach is at the south of Gallipoli, in Salento!

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    BellaItalia wrote on April 1, 2014:

    What is the cheapest time of the year to fly to Rome?

    erato wrote on April 2, 2014:

    If you are planning to travel to Rome, you are almost out of low season as it lasts from the middle of January to the middle of April.
    Shoulder season on the other hand can also be cheaper and pretty nice and in the Italian capital it lasts from July to August plus from the middle of November to the middle of December.

    Bibione hotel wrote on November 10, 2014:

    Rimini definitely is exciting and it attracts a lot of party loving young tourists.

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