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Travel tip: 10 best beaches in Italy, - maybe!

Italy is known for its beautiful beaches along the Mediterranean coast and the Adriatic Sea. Here are some of the best beaches in Italy:

10 best beaches in Italy

Cala Mariolu, Sardinia

  • One of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia, with turquoise water and white sand.

Spiaggia dei Conigli, Lampedusa

  • One of the most photographed beaches in Italy, with crystal clear water and white sand.

Baia dei Turchi, Puglia

  • A secluded beach in a protected natural oasis with crystal clear water and soft, white sand.

Tropea Beach, Calabria

  • A popular beach with clear water and golden sand, and surrounded by picturesque cliffs.

Positano Beach, Amalfi Coast

  • One of Italy's most famous beaches, with pastel colored houses climbing up the cliffs, and crystal clear water.

San Fruttuoso, Liguria

  • A peaceful bay with clear water and an impressive abbey perched on the cliffs.

Isola Bella, Sicily

  • A small island that can be reached by boat, with crystal clear water and a long sandy beach.

Monterosso al Mare, Cinque Terre

  • One of the five villages in the Cinque Terre, with a long, wide sandy beach and turquoise water.

Cala Goloritzè, Sardinia

  • A beautiful beach with turquoise water, surrounded by high cliffs.

Spiaggia del Fornillo, Amalfi Coast

  • A smaller, more secluded beach than Positano Beach, but just as beautiful with clear water and surrounded by cliffs and picturesque buildings.

These beaches give you a taste of what Italy has to offer, and there are countless more to explore all along the coast.



Here are some of the best beaches you can visit along the coast from Venice southwards in Italy:


Bibione Beach, Veneto

  • One of the longest beaches in Italy, with soft sand and crystal clear water.

Lignano Sabbiadoro, Friuli-Venezia Giulia

  • A large, popular beach with soft sand and a range of activities to explore.

Caorle Beach, Veneto

  • A charming, historic village with a long, wide sandy beach and turquoise water.

Sottomarina Beach, Veneto

  • A beautiful beach with a beautiful boardwalk and a long, wide sandy beach.

Rosolina Mare, Veneto

  • A quiet and secluded beach with soft sand and crystal clear water.

Rimini Beach, Emilia-Romagna

  • One of Italy's most famous beaches, with soft sand, clear water and a variety of bars, restaurants and activities.

Riccione Beach, Emilia-Romagna

  • Another popular beach with soft sand and crystal clear water, and many bars and restaurants along the seafront.

Senigallia Beach, Marche

  • A wide sandy beach with a long breakwater and many bars and restaurants to explore.

Conero Riviera Beaches, Marche

  • A series of beautiful beaches along the Adriatic Sea in a protected national park, surrounded by cliffs and crystal clear water.

Polignano a Mare Beach, Puglia

  • A beautiful, small beach surrounded by cliffs and picturesque buildings, with crystal clear water and an impressive cliff arch.


These beaches give you an idea of the diverse range of beaches you can find along the coast from Venice southwards in Italy. There are many more to explore, so don't be afraid to discover your own favourites!



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