8 Beaches in Italy that you should visit - With photos & details

Get Travalour for free on Google Play

8 Beaches to explore in Italy

Located in Southern Europe consisting of a peninsula delimited by the Alps and surrounded by several islands.

Capo Cozzo89868 Zambrone, Province of Vibo Valentia, Italy

Punta Capo Cozzo is a granite promontory that divides a long sandy beach from a rocky one that is not suitable for swimming in the municipality of Zambrone in the province of Vibo Valentia. Known as an important nautical reference point, together with that of Capo Vaticano in the municipality of Ricadi which are part of the coast called Costa degli Dei or Costa Bella. Capo Cozzo is also known as the lion's rock due to the particular resemblance of a lion-shaped rock.

Capo Vaticano89866 Capo Vaticano, Province of Vibo Valentia, Italy

Capo Vaticano is an extensive promontuous, seaside, and flat town in the hamlet of San Nicolò, in the municipality of Ricadi, located between Pizzo Calabro and Nicotera, along the " Costa degli Dei ", a well-known stretch of the southern Tyrrhenian coast with a tourist vocation.  The Capo Vaticano area is full of accommodation facilities equipped with entertainment services.

Marina Piccola BeachSpiaggia di Marina Piccola, Via Marina Piccola, 80076 Capri NA, Italy

The Marina Piccola bay is the best beach spot in this area. It is on Capri's southern coast and can be reached by bus from the Piazzetta or by foot, following Via Roma to Due Golfi, then taking the stairs down Via Mulo. It's a pleasant route and only about a 15-minute walk.

Punta della PennaPunta della Penna, Italy

Punta della Penna beach is a little-known beauty and Abruzzo’s best-kept secret. Located in the nature reserve of Punta Aderci and surrounded by vineyards that roll back from the coast, it is a perfect powdery white beach that stretches out for kilometers, crystal-clear turquoise waters and boasting Blue Flag status. Utterly picturesque and one of the best beaches in all of Italy, it is a must for anyone who has found a vacation rental in Abruzzo.

Punta ProsciuttoSpiaggia di Punta Prosciutto, Italy

Punta Prisuddi is a seaside town in the municipality of Porto Cesareo and in the extreme north-west of the province of Lecce, in Salento.  The white sand beaches stretch out for several kilometers and behind them extend centuries-old dunes, covered by the typical Mediterranean vegetation of Salento.  The raising of the seabed has generated a humid area that has produced a particular habitat for the establishment of a particular flora and fauna.

Spiaggia CaminiaVia Lungomare, 85, 88069 Caminia CZ, Italy

The long beach is located between two cliffs. The right cliff, that of Torrazzo, is a rocky wall full of cavities. Here swallows, sea birds and the peregrine falcon find shelter. The vegetation is mainly composed of herbs, prickly pears, carnations from the cliffs, mastic trees, olive trees and euphorbias. The left cliff is occupied by villas and houses that slope towards the sea and continue towards the Pietragrande side.

Spiaggia di VignanoticaSpiaggia di Vignanotica, Italy

Vignanotica Beach is located along with the Provincial 53 that connects Vieste to Mattinata. It is a splendid beach of sand mixed with gravel and pebbles, about 500 meters long, characterized by the presence of multiple caves dug by the sea and by the high and white limestone cliff behind it, very steep. It is a true paradise for romantic getaways. In the highlight of the summer, it is populated and the bathing establishments are equipped.

Torre San GiovanniUgento, 73059 Torre San Giovanni LE, Italy

Torre San Giovanni is a Salento seaside resort located on the Ionian Sea, in the province of Lecce. It is a fraction of the municipality of Ugento, which is about 5 km away, located between Torre Mozza and the marinas of Alliste, rises 3 meters above sea level with 430 inhabitants throughout the year and over 50,000 residents during the summer.