Which are the best beaches of Italy? According to the 2019 statistics, the most loved beaches by the Italian people are in Liguria, Tuscany, Calabria, Sicily, Campania, Lazio, Puglia and Sardinia, but we recommend you not to miss just five of them.
Where to go to pass a summer holiday in the name of many natural landscapes
With the summer season, most of italians starts to search for a place where to spend its holidays. Someone preferes the mountain , others the seaside. And, as regards the seaside, what is better than some beautiful beaches from our landscape? Here there is a choice of several beaches not to miss at all for your deserved relax!
Saraceni's Bay, Liguria
Set between Finale Ligure and Vaigotti's borough, Saraceni's Bay is a beach which looks like a little bay made up with beauticul colours, clean water and breathtaking cliffs. Its main characteristic is to be a rocky beach where you can find also a beach resort, surrounded by an incredible vegetation and fitting for everyone, especially for those who love diving form the cliffs.
Cala Violina, Tuscany
Cala Violina's beach is one of the Tuscany Region's main characteristics. Thanks to its very fine sand and a see-through water, it represents one of the most loved places by tourist al around the world, set in the Maremma Grossetana and a source of pride for all the Tuscany Region.
Caletta Rovaglioso, Calabria
Hard to reach, this little cove in Palmi, Calabria, offers a lot of emotions to those who love going snorkeling and doing tours excursions. As a matter of fact, the beach was poorly practicable until few years ago, but luckily the area has been strongly enhanced thans to a real 'touristic miracle'. Today, in fact, it is possible to admire the incredible show of the sea that breaks itself upon the clif with its pure colours.
Marasusa's Beach, Tropea, Calabria
Coming up to Marasusa 's village, in Tropea, Calabria, there is a little beach made up with clear sand and pure water which represents a rarity, since the Calabrian coast is made up with speck of sand really thick; in particular, Tropea's sand is mainly based on little pebbles that make water incredibly pure.
Cala Granara, Spargi's Island, Sardinia
From the Maddalena's archipelago, here it is a real tropical island: the Spargi's Island where it is the Cala Granara's Beach, which is different from all the others because it is not surrounded by rocks, but by palms and by a luxuriant vegetation.