5 best beaches not to miss on your next holiday to Italy
Exploring new places on holiday is always exciting. There are many travel agencies providing complete details regarding the trip and tickets.
Italy is one of the most visited destinations due to the splendid culture, art, fashion food and the climate which makes it perfect for the beach lovers. The top 5 beaches in Italy are
It is one of the most famous Italian beaches. It passes through the Adriatic coast which has many primitive churches and cuisines; Rimini is a tourist hot-spot. Nightlife at Rimini beach is really superb.
Rimini beach, Italy by Siri B.L.
Sorrento is simply stunning among the Amalfi Coast’s fabulous beaches. It is situated by the rolling hills overseeing the Vesuvius volcano. Sirens brought fame to Sorrento. Its appeal is only strengthened by the fabulous sunset. With sandy beaches, Hilltop hideaways and plenty of gorges and coves to explore there’s something for everyone.
Sorrento, Campania, Italy by ho visto nina volare
Spiaggia Sabbia Nera, Vulcano island, Sicily
This is an island and so beaches are easily found. They are very attractive and unique. The journey to the beach is by cable car a part of fun experiencing the coastline. The spectacular view of the volcanoes and beaches dusted in volcanic ash will not be something you easily forget.
This is the perfect break from sightseeing in Rome. This relaxing location offers a long stretch of beach a lovely change after marvelling at Rome’s ancient buildings.
Looking down on San Felice Circeo / Terracina, Lazio, Italy by Helen Cook
This is a destination visited by the affluent. It is said to be the best beach in Italy located in the North. It is dominated by rugged cliffs and gives the feel of a typical Mediterranean delight. Marinna Piccolla is a mile from Capri, features a fabulous pebble beach. You can easily explore the city with great joy. All the beaches boast good facilities like accommodation and food. There’s also boat rides from marina grande.
Capri coastline, Campania, Italy by Elliott Brown
These are the most visited and treasured beaches in Italy, surrounded by hills and mountains on all sides. All the beaches possess accommodation, comfort facilities and bathing. All the visitors experience the beauty of Italy, the coastal ride, train and boat rides and entertainment. “Italy has several high-quality beaches that are awarded the prestigious “Blue Flag”. These are always suggested to all the tourists who visit Italy. Italy also has many lakes. On the whole Italy gives us an opportunity to discover many hidden treasures that differ from the famed roman architecture that it is known for.
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