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5 Beautiful Beaches in Italy You Have to Visit in Summer

Beach in Camogli, Liguria

Italy has always been known for its many gorgeous locales, especially during the summer. If you’re looking for a place to kick back and enjoy the sun, then we’ve compiled a short list of summer destinations that will surely interest you.

  1. Camogli Beach, Liguria

The enchanting seaside town of Camogli in Liguria in northwestern Italy has a beautiful shoreline that’s sure to take visitor’s breath away. If you’re looking for the same charm of the French Riviera but without the bustling crowds, then this is the place for you. The beach is conveniently separated into private areas for resorts and clubs, as well as other sections that are open to the public.

  1. Capreria Beach, Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro, Sicily

Located in the western coast of Sicily, Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro is the region’s first natural reserve. Its area covers seven kilometers of panoramic seaside views, filled with vast stretches of beautiful coastline beaches. The entire reserve has been kept pristine for hundreds of years to preserve its natural look, with hundreds of local flora and fauna flourishing in the tough landscape surrounded by mountains.

Capreria Beach is the main shoreline that’s conveniently nestled in an inlet that has crystal clear waters and small, round pebbles. Those who enjoy snorkeling are in for a treat since the area is filled with colorful schools of fish that are found just off the shore. You can also do a bit of hiking to explore the various caves near beach.

  1. Grado Beach, Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Grado is recognized as one of the most family friendly beaches in the country. The entire beach is actually comprised of 81 shorelines that are perfect for a nice family vacation. Because of its low sea level, it’s safe for kids to play in, and there are a lot of different activities for the family to enjoy. If you happen to be looking for a nice, relaxing family outing, then you should also try the Lagoon excursions that they have to offer.

  1. Castiglione della Pescaia, Tuscany

Castiglione della Pescaia is a small municipality in Grosseto, Tuscany that’s been given the prestigious award for being one of the most environmentally friendly beaches in the country. The Legambiente and Touring Club has included it in its Guida Blu a compiled list of seaside destinations that values environmental protection and historical preservation.

  1. Goloritze Beach, Baunei, Sardinia

Cala Goloritze keeps itself true to the beauty that Sardinia is known for. Despite its relatively small area of 200 meters, its white pebbles and clear waters boasts a spectacular view for any beach lover. The beach itself is located after an hour long hike just south of Biriola beach. However, many who’ve been here will say that the trip is well worth it. Those who enjoy snorkeling will particularly like Goloritze beach – it’s been declared by UNESCO as one of the best places for snorkeling n Sardinia.
sardinia ocean

So what are you waiting for? If you’re interested in visiting any of these locations, Tour Italy Now can set you up with a custom tour package that will cover you during your summer vacation.

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By Priscila Siano (266 Posts)

Priscila Siano is the Marketing Director of Tour Italy Now, an online tour operator specializing in Italy travel. She's a respected expert on making dream Italy vacations a reality for clients.

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