Italy, land of saints, poets, sailors and … beautiful beaches. The “Bel Paese” is famous all over the world for the beauty of its beaches: authentic wild heavens, comparable to Caribbean shores or Australian seasides. From Sardinia to Tuscany, from Calabria to Liguria, find here the most beautiful Italian beaches where you can enjoy your holidays.
Scala dei Turchi, Sicily
A Sicily must-see, whose name recalls ancient Saracens invasions: a marvellous white staircase carved by the wind and overlooking the sea. You will get enchanted by this wonderful rocky leap in the blue sea, a great place for sunbathing and relaxing.
Spiaggia dei Conigli, Sicily
According to TripAdvisor users, this is the most beautiful beach in Italy (and the third most beautiful in the world). It doesn’t take too much time to understand why: you will fall in love with this wild paradise made of turquoise-blu sea, cliffs and Mediterranean scrub.
Capo Vaticano, Calabria
It’s the jewel of Calabrian sea: wild and pristine, the beach of Capo Vaticano is dominated by a rocky promontory where you can enjoy a breathtaking view. And after a bath, make a trip to nearby town of Tropea and taste the typical onions, an authentic local deliciousness.
Cala Mariolu, Sardinia
A small and secret paradise, full of crystal clear water, fine sand and pink pebbles: this is Cala Mariolu, a hidden Sardinian gem. Getting there will be a little hard: you’ll have to walk a long hiking trail, or take one of the boats leaving from Cala Gonono or Santa Maria Navarrese, but it will be completely worth it.
Punta della Suina, Apulia
A few kilometers from touristic city of Gallipoli you can find this long and wonderful sand stripe, thrown in a look-like Caribbean sea. Enjoy it lying in the sun, with the scent of the nearby pine wood filling the air.
Marina Piccola, Campania
Clear blue sea and a view on Capri world famous Faraglioni. This is the breathtaking panorama that the lucky visitors of this beautiful beach in Campania can enjoy. To get to Marina Piccola you have to walk along a fascinating and bowed staircase, enjoying the beauty of the wonderful Capri island.
Cala Violina, Tuscany
If you walk on the fine sand of this beautiful and wild seashore in very silent days, you could hear the sound of a violin. That’s the reason behind the name of the queen of Tuscan beaches, that you can reach after a long and fascinating walk in the pine wood.
Silence Bay, Liguria
Who said that you can only find the most beautiful beaches in South Italy? If you go to Liguria, don’t miss visiting this fascinating beach, framed by pastel-colored houses and small fishers’ boats. An intimate view you can enjoy at its best at sunrise or sunset.