Hello hello, it’s me again! If you’re here, it means you’re looking for somewhere to suntan in peace in Italy. And to be honest, it’s quite difficult to choose one single place. Italy is the country of dreams, and its Beaches are made of cotton candy (that’s a lie, but I’m really into metaphors).
As we always do, close your eyes for a minute. Come on, don’t be skeptical and just let yourself go for a moment. Imagine with me, you, lying lazily on a beach, enjoying a good book, a nice breeze, and the warmth of the sun all over your body. Swimming in turquoise water or watching the sea while having a pure Italian gelato. Pretty nice, right?
Well, this scene is only an article away. Yes, it is exactly what you think! Read this, and you’ll have the list of the prettiest, most beautiful beaches in Italy, the ones with jaw dropping scenery and the clearest salty water you’ve ever seen. The Maldives has nothing on Italy, really (and it doesn't have authentic Italian food, so suck it Maldives!)
No need for Capri Suns when you’re in Capri
God, that was a cheesy title! I apologize for that friend, I’m known for having the lamest sense of humor. But that’s not the subject of this article. What was I saying? Oh, right, Capri! Capri is a beautiful mountainous island right in the south of Italy, surrounded by turquoise water, and many beaches that will please each and every one of you. Most hotels there have a great view over the sea, so you’re in for a terrific every morning. Not just that, after exploring the many beaches that the island has to offer, you’ll be able to take a boat back to the city!
And for the best hotels in Capri, hit up TripAdvisor.
Live the Italian experience in Tuscany while getting a nice tan
We already wrote about how magnificent Tuscany is here, and this is exactly why it’s on this article. Apart from being a cool city where you can go on classy wine tours (or how to get smashed in style), it has some of the most beautiful beaches in the pizza country. If you’re a fan of picturesque seaside villages and golden beaches, Tuscany is THE place for you. You can scuba-dive, sail, windsurf, and do pretty much anything water sports related.
For the best hotels in Tuscany, click here.
Discover Puglia and its beautiful beaches (no sassy title for this one sorry)
If you like turquoise water and white sand, try heading up to Puglia, where villages and towns have more to offer than just yummy Italian food (even though, to be honest, that’s enough for me). So, just because Puglia isn’t as famous as Tuscany, don’t cross it off your Italian travel list just yet. Go there and discover for yourself the beauty of its little seaside villages. And, just like a true Italian, drape your beach mat on the sand and take a quick nap under the warm sun.
And of course, you'd want to check out the most beautiful hotels in Puglia. So go here.
Sunbath and hike at the Italian Riviera
Not only you’ll get a nice golden tan, but you’ll get fit too. Talk about hitting two birds with one stone! Visitors come from all over Italy (and Europe really) to the Italian Riviera, just so they can enjoy the landscapes there. Another important thing about the beaches here, is that, contrarily to most beaches in Italy, they are free and open to everyone, which means you won’t have to pay to enjoy the crystal clear water. Sweet, right?
And if you're thinking about going there, here's a list of the best hotels to choose from. You're welcome!
How About More Beach Destination?
If you are still looking for awesome beaches in Italy, have a look at the beaches in Amalfi Coast! They are breathtaking, too!
And if you are going to travel to Italy, you should definitely check these 7 weird things about Italy before you travel.
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