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8 Best beaches in Italy

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Some of the most thrilling and fascinating beaches anywhere, in the world can be found on the Italian coast which includes the Adriatic and Mediterranean seas. The beaches in this European country are very classic and there is always something for everyone to enjoy here.
You can make an exploration of the Italian coastline such as the Amalfi coast and you can also take your time watching sunsets on the top of the rugged cliffs, or even take a trip to Sardinia, here you will come across the most beautiful beaches you can find anywhere in Europe.
If you are not certain about the location to visit on your next vacation, then our list of the 15 best beaches in Italy will serve as a guide for you.

8 – Otranto Beach

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Otranto Beach is located in Otranto in the eastern part of Italy and it is popular for the amazing crystal clear waters and white sand. Here you can enjoy the best Italian cheese and some fine wine.
Snorkeling, swimming and sunbathing are just a few of the many activities that you can enjoy here. And also when it comes to accommodation, many options are ranging from just an apartment rental to luxurious hotels and resorts.

You will also get to enjoy the bars and restaurants here where fresh seafood is being served alongside delicious Italian pasta.

7 – Capreria Beach

Capreria Beach
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Located on the western Sicily coast, the Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro reserve in the area spans across 6 kilometers of beautiful coastline and features amazing wildlife and native plants.

The waters here are crystal clear and the area is devoid of any form of modern building facility so you only get to enjoy nature at its best.
Enjoy the numerous caves close to the Beach and also have a thrilling view of the beautiful colorful fishes while touring the water trails.

6 – Mezzavalle Beach

Mezzavalle Beach
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Situated in the heart of Conero, this beach adorned with old oaks and strawberry trees. Enjoy some beautiful moments at the top of the cliff to have an amazing view of the seas. You can then move down to the beach through the steep trails to have some wonderful time swimming in the clear waters.
The Mezzavalle Beach is not a crowded beach and it is just the perfect location if what you cherish most in life is privacy. Here you will also get to enjoy so much from nature without the buzzing activities characteristic of most public beaches.

You can access this beach either with boast or by taking the two roads leading from the center of Conero. The restaurant on the beach offers great Italian cuisines as well as tasty wines and beers.

5 – Spiaggia di Tuerredda

 Spiaggia di Tuerredda
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This beach is located on the coast of Sardinia and it is one of the most amazing that you can visit. Close to Su Giudeu Beach, the warm waters here are the selling point and it is the reason why most visitors will prefer it over other nearby beaches.

At Spiaggia di Tuerredda, you will come across some amazing bars and restaurants and also have a view of Isola di Tuerredda. Here you can enjoy some kayaking, snorkeling as well as paddle boarding.

4 – Dei Due Mari Beach

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This beach also referred to as the beach of the Two Seas causes a division of the sea and the Notteri pond. The beach with its characteristic blue waters is an ideal location to swim and enjoy some snorkeling.

With the beautiful pink sand on the shores, vacationers can at the same time explore the creeks located at the end of the beach. The nearby Simius beach is also a place to visit when you are at Dei Due Mari Beach.

3 – Isola Bella

Isola Bella
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Isola Bella is a small island close to Sicily and it is located in the mid of a little bay. The island is known for its warm waters and beautiful plants , and very popular among tourists because of its ‘ views ‘ of the Ionian Sea.
The beach is protected by the bay , and the water conditions are ideal for snorkeling, swimming, and paddle boarding.

The island can be accessed through a path which connects the mainland, with a cable car, which runs through Taormina to Mazzaro.

2 – Rabbit Island

Rabbit Island
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Rabbit Island is best described as beautiful and rugged scenery. It used to be home to thousands of rabbits, but not anymore. What you see on the island nowadays is a host of loggerhead turtles. The turtles here are so numerous that the island was converted into a marine reserve to serve as protection for their turtles.

The beach, on the other hand, is a spectacular spot that was once rated the best beach in the world by TripAdvisor in the year 2013.

The island is a bit remote as the mainland is about 100 miles away and that is one of the reasons why the beach here is added to our list.

1 – Gavitella Beach

Gavitella Beach
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The Gavitella Beach is located in Praiano, which is a small beautiful town located on the cliffs. The beach is about 30 meters long and quite popular for its view of Capri island.

To get to the beach, you will have to climb down 400-steep steps off the Praiano main square. Once at the beach, you get to enjoy a lot of activities and you can even dive the Fontana dell’Altare, a natural pool not far from Gavitella beach.

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