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The 10 Best italy beaches

It’s an incredible feeling when you see landscapes fit for an oil painting; especially for me, since I have nor the patience or skills to come up with something worth admiring. Little coastal towns which would otherwise only be seen in a Bob Ross gallery can easily be visited, transforming your day into an unforgetable experience.. Along the best beach towns in Italy you’ll see cliff faces scattered with small houses looking over the sea. Take a boat ride, make friends with locals and taste the food. Have a blast and visit the 10 best italy beaches.

1. Italy Beaches – Amalfi

Amalfi

The coastal town of Amalfi looks like an oil painting. The houses lean upon cliff-sides and gaze upon the harbour, and the town has a fine balance between old buildings, green hills, and the sea. Amalfi is a town in the province of Salerno, in the region of Campania, Italy. It lies at the mouth of a deep ravine, at the foot of Monte Cerreto, surrounded by dramatic cliffs and coastal scenery.

2. Praiano – italy beaches photos

Praiano

Praiano boasts beautiful beaches like Marina di Praia and Gavitella, ancient churches, towers, and sacred sculptures. It is situated on the Amalfi Coast, a prime tourist location for the region and Italy alike, between the towns of Amalfi and Positano. One popular attraction is the Church of San Luca Evangelista, dating back to the 12th century.

3. Positano

Positano

Nestled on the Amalfi Coast, the popular fishing village of Positano is famous for its picturesque harbor, elegant, Moorish-style architecture, and for being frequently visited by celebrities such as Denzel Washington, Tom Cruise, and Mick Jagger. Popular attractions include Capri, Ischia, and the Grotta dello Smeraldo cave.

4. Cefalu

Cefalu

Wedged between mountains and coastline, the idyllic town of Cefalu is small but popular for its sandy beaches, Sicilian restaurants, and vibrant nightlife scene. Cefalu is in the Province of Palermo, located on the northern coast of Sicily, on the Tyrrhenian Sea. The town is one of the major tourist attractions in the region.

5. Manarola

Manarola

Manarola is one of the oldest towns in the Cinque Terre. It’s known primarily for its fishing, wine-making, and excellent hiking in the hills and vineyards above the town. In recent years, it has become a popular tourist destination, particularly in the summer months. Tourist attractions in the region include a famous walking trail between Manarola and Riomaggiore (called Via dell’Amore, “Love’s Trail”) and hiking trails in the hills and vineyards.

6. Polignano a Mare

Polignano a Mare

The town of Polignano a Mare rises out of a cliff face on the Adriatic Sea. The tiny town also boasts charming, white-washed streets, old churches, and a beach with warm turquoise waters, which is flanked on either side by cliffs. The local economy is mostly dependent upon tourism, agriculture, and fishing.

7. Portofino

Portofino

Portofino, Italy, is known as the resort of the rich and famous, but there is much more to see here than just people. Portofino is a picturesque, half-moon shaped seaside village with pastel houses lining the shore of the harbor, shops, restaurants, cafes, and luxury hotels. The coastal town of Portofino is arguably one of the most beautiful European ports to sail into. It also is home to well-known hotels such as Hotel Splendido and the Grand Hotel Miramare, great shopping, and of course, a radiant coastline.

8. Camogli

Camogli

Camogli is a lively fishing village nestled on the Italian Riviera with pastel houses and a pebbly beach. Camogli is a short boat trip from the more famous and touristy Portofino, and visitors to Portofino should definitely check out this little gem. In the evening visitors can stroll down past the well-known pastel-painted houses to the numerous harbor side bars.

9. Viareggio

Viareggio

Viareggio is a city in northern Tuscany, Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea. With a population of over 64,000, it’s the second largest city within the province of Lucca, after Lucca city. The beach consists of about 10km of golden sand lined with beachside bars and restaurants.

10. Peschici

Peschici

Peschici is a small beach town in the province of Foggia in the Apulia region of southeast Italy. The town itself sits over a karst spur facing the sea, with a height of more than 100m. The territory features a number of coastal watch towers, plenty of sandy beaches, water activities, shopping, and restaurants.

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