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1. Posted by dee23 (Budding Member 42 posts) 9y

Hi

I am heading to Italy on the 4th June. I will be visiting Venice, Florence, Sorrento and The Amalfi Coast. Can anyone recommend some good BEACHES in any of these areas ??

Thanks

D

2. Posted by J_P (Budding Member 9 posts) 9y

There are so many beautiful beaches in Italy, it's hard to pinpoint them, but in my opinion, the Tuscan coastline is one of the most beautiful in the world! The coast in the Livorno area is absolutely gorgeous, I went last Summer to the Spiaggia Bianca (white sands beach) and it's like something from the Carribbean, the bluest sea in Italy, and the whitest sand I've ever seen, I stayed here:
www.agriturismo.net/vada-550
It was really close to the beach, but was quiet and relaxed. I'd definately reccommend it to anyone. Hope that helps.

3. Posted by ndy (Budding Member 55 posts) 9y

hiya there
my advice (i live in florence) best beaches in italy are in SARDEGNA in toscany are from livorno to grosseto check map

good luck on ur trip

4. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 9y

There are beaches all along the Amalfi coast - you can't miss them! Just drive along the coast and stop every now and again when it looks good. There are a few really, really nice ones in the more upscale areas. I believe Capri has some great beaches, too, and it's just a boatride away.

5. Posted by NantesFC (Respected Member 531 posts) 9y

You're probably good anywhere you go. From what I've seen, the beaches on the eastern coast are absolutely amazing

6. Posted by t_maia (Travel Guru 3289 posts) 9y

Venice has the Lido (literally: beach), which is one of the islands that seperates the laguna from the adria. Don't know whether the beach is great there, but it is definitely possible to go for a swim.

Rimini is very famous, btw - and it is just 30 minutes by train from Florence.

7. Posted by kir19 (Inactive 55 posts) 9y

Cervia and Milano-Marittima have beautiful beaches. They are smaller towns that have a really quaint feeling to them. Check them out!