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“Un tuffo dove l’acqua e’ piublu”.

No plans for an Italian vacation yet? Discover with us the best 10 Italian beaches to be visited at least once in your life.

"Un tuffo dove l'acqua e' piu' blu"


Spiaggia
dei Conigli, Lampedusa
It is really difficult to find the right words to describe the feelings which this location is able to provide to the luckiest that can visit it. It has been elected has most beautiful beach in the world, surpassing Playa de Ses Illetes and Playa Flamenco.

"Un tuffo dove l'acqua e' piu' blu"


Cala
Rossa, Favignana Island
Recognized as one of the most beautiful beaches in Italy, this Sicilian location of rare beauty is among the most famous islands of Favignana, the biggest of the Egadi islands. if you are planning to visit the Island, don’t miss this small bay: here the blue of the sea meets the white walls of tuff creating an unforgettable show.

"Un tuffo dove l'acqua e' piu' blu"

 

Cala Mariolu (Baunei), Olgiastra – Sardinia
Already most beautiful beach 2016 as by TripAdvisor’s ranking, this is a natural paradise, characterized by white and and rocks with pink pebbles. It is quite difficult to reach it but maybe this is why it is till pure and uncontaminated.

"Un tuffo dove l'acqua e' piu' blu"


Tropea,
Vibo Valentia – Calabria
We are on the Coast of the Gods, in Calabria, to visit what actually is considered the Tyrrhenian Pearl. The beach is called “Rotonda” and it is developed with a coastline of white sand just beneath the cliff overhanging the sea.

"Un tuffo dove l'acqua e' piu' blu"

 

Baia del Silenzio, Genova – :Liguria
Typical landscape of the Liguria’s coast, with its delicious colored houses which are doing as frame at the gold beaches. Here, in the Baia del Silenzio, the expression of the Liguria’ sea finds its quintessence.

"Un tuffo dove l'acqua e' piu' blu"

 

Cala Goloritze (Baunei), Oligiastra – Sardinia
Cala Goloritze’ is located at the bottom of a ravine, in Oligiastra area, and, precisely, 9 km far from Baunei. It is particularly famous for its pinnacle which is 143 meters high that, very year, attracts thousand of tourists interesting in the climbing activity.

"Un tuffo dove l'acqua e' piu' blu"

 

Torre Sant’Andrea, Lecce – Puglia
Among the well-known Baia dei Turchi and Torre dell’Orso, it is located this stretch of rock coast which gives the shape of a natural platform that overlooks the sea. A real natural masterpiece among small carves, inlets and, in general, an uncontaminated area.

"Un tuffo dove l'acqua e' piu' blu"

 

La Pelosa (Stintino), Sassari – Sardinia
Never saw blue like that before… I blue water almost transparent, white sand that doesn’t envy nothing to Tropics. Here we are in Asinara Gulf, a bay protected by the stacks of Capo Falcone that allow the water to be always quiet. It also possible to reach a tower located on a small island in front of the beach.

"Un tuffo dove l'acqua e' piu' blu"


Marina di
Camerota, Salerno – Campania
Belonging to UNESCO Heritage, Marina di Camerota is considered the most important witness of the huge natural value of the Tyrrhenian coast. Among its beaches, Cala Bianca deserves a visit, with its white and round pebbles: located in a hide bay, its is reachable through a trekking path.

"Un tuffo dove l'acqua e' piu' blu"

 

Scala dei Turchi, Realmonte – Sicily
An amazing white jewel immersed in a blue water: words can’t explain the view of this place. It is a fascinated place where centuries of rain and wind have excavated a natural staircase which white color is even more dazzling thanks to sun light.

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