One of the biggest problem most travelers are facing when choosing a destination in Italy is there are so many beautiful Italian places along with amazing beaches that tourists find hard times to decide. Italy is undoubtedly one of the top European travel locations preferred by many people that sometimes you don’t know what part should you visit.
If you are planning to spend your summer holiday in a beautiful beaches with breathtaking views,you have plenty of options. Surrounded by water in each side, Italy has an impressive and unique coastline with well positioned nooks where tourists can swim or simply admire its picturesque seascapes.
What’s important to keep in mind is that Italy’s beaches are full with tourists during July and August months, because everyone’s trying to escape the heat from the city. If you want peace and relaxation, maybe it is indicated to go other times, in June or September where many tourists finish their vacation.
As we said, Italy has so many interesting and amazing beaches to discover, but we’ll mention only a few of them.
- San Vito lo Capo is a good start to spend your summer vacation, because this beautiful Italian beach located on the east part of Sicily combines culture with entertainment providing memorable times for all tourists. Although it’s not as popular as other Italian places, this beach is a low-key, authentic and offers many outdoor activities such as surfing or snorkeling. If you happen to come here in September, you’ll be part of its annual Couscous festival where you can taste different dishes.
- Taormina is another impressive location in Sicily with a great climate, beautiful surroundings, perfect panoramas, fine sand; a truly jewel of Sicily and Italy admired and visited by lots of tourists. Whether you want to relax and enjoy the forsaken white beaches in Taormina or have diverse activities happening all the time, this place does know how to treat its visitors and to be a great travel destination for every person.
- Amalfi Coast is a great region in Italy that can be admired by visitors during a drive on the coastal road where beautiful pictures with cliffs and blossoming flowers create a breathtaking view or experience one of its seaside villages. A big fuss is between Amalfi and Positano villages, where the erosion has destroyed a part of beach areas, making place for small private beaches around hotels and beach clubs. Positano, for example, offers amazing views, especially if you walk by foot or take the bus to the top.
Italian Riviera is another point of interest for tourists, as well as Tuscany known for its good wine and classic Italian culture, Sardinia’s beaches with its natural beauty, stunning azure waters and great resorts for tourists. Picking a beach in an Italian coast can sometimes be difficult, but it’s good to know you have many possibilities.