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Photo By [ Baldassarri Giuseppe ], by 4.0/, Link Description Photo: [ The beach of Marina di Altidona has a large beach and sand mixed with pebbles and gravel. Easy to access from the coast surrounded by a comfortable cycle path. Located between the beaches of Marina Palmense and Pedaso, in the Marche region, it shares with them the peace of a quiet seaside resort without having to give up the comforts offered by the bathing establishments (chalets). The seabed is sloping and the breakwater cliffs form real pools where even the smallest of the family can play safely on the shore. ] Article By: Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling License How to use my images

Description Types of tourism : [ Seaside tourism ] [ Top-Rated Beach Destinations in Italy . Surrounded on three sides by water and with two offshore islands larger than some countries, it's no wonder Italy is famed for its beaches. Whatever your taste in beach resorts, you're likely to find it somewhere here. Long stretches of fine golden sand are lapped by the Mediterranean, the Adriatic, and several smaller seas. Beaches in little secluded coves are guarded by rocky headlands that hide them from all but those who know where to look. Europe's tallest dunes protect white beaches that are nearly empty, even in August. The walls of medieval towns look down on sandy strands, and Art Nouveau resort towns are redolent of Belle Epoch gentility. Take your pick. Join crowds in the boisterous fun of unabashedly overcrowded scenes at Viareggio, Rimini, or Lido in Venice—or take a local boat to your own private pink-sand cove off the fabled Costa Smeralda in Sardinia. Stretch out on a sunbed at the private beach of a luxurious resort hotel or slip into something chic and saunter along Italian Riviera promenades where royalty once strolled. You'll find all these an d more along Italy's 7,600-kilometer coast. Plan your time by the sea with our list of the top beach destinations in Italy.] Written by [ Barbara Radcliffe Rogers. ]

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[ The Italian Escape: A feel-good holiday romance set in Italy - the PERFECT beach read for summer ]
Destinations in Italy [ Sparkling sea, sun, delicious food and Aperol Spritz - escape to Italy with the perfect summer romance . . . Niamh Kelly's life hasn't turned out quite as she'd expected. She's thirty-three, still living at home and was recently dumped . . . by her boss. So when her sister invites her to tag along on a work trip to the sun-drenched Italian coast, Niamh jumps at the chance, eager to escape into a world of sparkling prosecco, delicious food, and breath-taking beaches. Upon her arrival, Niamh immediately falls in love with the beautiful Italian town they're staying in and realises she never wants to leave, deciding instead to stay and open up a quaint coffee shop nestled in charming old town streets - even if she has no idea what she's doing. But when a family tragedy and a tricky tourist season threaten her new business, Niamh isn't so sure she can stick it out. With help from her new-found Italian friends - and the possibility of romance on the horizon - can she make her new life in the sun a success? 1. Forno, Elba, Tuscany The main five beaches on Elba can get suffocatingly packed in high season – including the popular resort of Biodola. However, Forno, set in the bay of Biodola, is far less busy and the main beach is set in a lovely cove, surrounded by villas and dense vegetation. 2. Levanto, Liguria Anchoring the westernmost point of the Cinque Terre, the small, unpretentious resort of Levanto in Liguria feels quite cut off by Ligurian standards. But it has a glorious sandy beach, which, despite the number of parasols, has a great surfy vibe. Inspired by our list of the best beaches in Italy? Try our new tailor-made travel service and enjoy a fully personalised trip to Italy, planned by a local expert. 3. Cefalù, Sicily Despite being one of Sicily’s busiest international beach resorts, Cefalù has a parallel life as a small-scale fishing port. Naturally, the long, curving stretches of sand are the major attraction, but Cefalù is a pleasant town and nowhere near as developed as Sicily’s other major package resort, Taormina. 4. Acquavivetta, Elba, Tuscany For the best swimming on Italy’s third largest island, head to Acquavivetta. Not far from Sansone, this shingle beach is backed by high rocks and the gently sloping seashore makes it a good spot for a dip – especially if you have kids in tow. 5. Spiaggia del Fornillo, Positano, Amalfi Coast While upmarket Positano is expensive, the beaches are beautiful and don’t get too crowded. This large stretch of beach is backed by beautiful cliffs with sporadic green patches. The bar-terrace of the Pupetto hotel, which runs along much of its length, is one of the cheapest places to eat and drink in Positano. 6. Tonnara di Scopello, Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro Set in its own tiny cove, this old tuna fishery in the Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro was once home to writer Gavin Maxwell in the 1950s, where he wrote the The Ten Pains of Death – based on his experiences here. It’s almost too picturesque to be true: think rows of abandoned buildings on the quayside and ruined old watchtowers tottering on jagged pinnacles of rock above the sea. 7. La Guardia, Elba, Tuscany Also known as La Polveraia, this sheltered, shingle beach on the island’s western coast is always fairly quiet, even in high season. The dark rocks here plunge straight down to the transparent water below. 8. Sant'Andrea, Elba, Tuscany This fine sandy beach, complete with sun loungers and bars galore, Sant'Andrea is a good alternative to the busy main beaches of Elba. A natural rocky barrier keeps the water shallow and you can rent boats, windsurf and dive here too. 9. Calla dello Spido, San Domino, Tremeti Islands San Domino is the greener of the three Tremeti Islands, its pines offering welcome shade from the heat. Although there’s a sandy beach right where the ferry lands (Calla delle Arene), it gets packed in the summer. Instead, head for the Calla dello Spido, one of many of the quieter coves in the west of the island. 10. Torre Guaceto, Puglia This beautiful nature reserve and protected marine area gives beach-goers much more freedom, compared with the strict organisation of many other Italian beaches. Torre Guaceto is a lovely spot for scuba diving over small reefs of coral and sea grass. To visit, make arrangements at the Serranova visitor centre. ]
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