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The best beaches in Italy (Italy - Destinations)

Alassio Beach Alassio Beach
Are you looking for a great summer??? Aren’t you sure what beach to choose in Italy? We are here to help you. Italy is a wonderful country. It is surrounded by five seas at once - in the north by the Adriatic, Ionian, Tyrrhenian, Ligurian , and by the Mediterranean (island of Sicily and Sardinia).   The beaches on the Italian coast are divided into plots and leased to privat...
Otranto beach Otranto beach
Most tourists choose Italy as a holiday destination not necessarily for a vacation at the seaside but for the history of romance they can find in the Italian cities. However , more than 80% of Italy’s borders are the Mediterranean and the Adriatic, and this means you can find a beach to your taste anywhere you go in the peninsula.   One of the most beautiful beaches and resorts and one of the most glamorous seaside destination...
Orosei Beaches Orosei Beaches
   The Gulf of Orosei is the most famous for its multi-shaped sandy shores lined on the coastline.  Situated in the Cedrino River's flatland, it looks different  from the other towns because it keeps its interesting past alive, identified historically as Baronia's chief town. Orosei represents a  40 km cliff, that features vertical walls, small ravines, beautiful caves, and a crystal clear water sea with deep and intense colors. The mountain offers white pearls of sand, and...

The best places to visit in Tuscany, Italy (Italy - Destinations)

Siena Siena
   Surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, the city of Siena is one of the most beautiful in Tuscany. Inscribed in UNESCO's World Heritage List, Siena is one of the most beautiful cities in Tuscany that has preserved the medieval layout of modernity contaminated for hundreds of years. The atmosphere breathes medieval strolling through the streets narrow and winding as the gateway to the historic center where there are also the most beautiful places to visit.      The city, spread over thre...
Viareggio Viareggio
    Viareggio is a charming city located on the coast of the Ligurian Sea and a splendid place for travelers willing to relax and have a great time on the Italian coast. Viareggio offers beautiful beaches, clear sea, spa treatments and many monuments and attractions for visitors. It is also a great shopping destination and you may enjoy a drink or a delicious meal at one of the terraces at the coast line. The city is also well renown for its carnival celebrations....
Florence in Italy Florence in Italy
   Considered the cradle of the Renaissance, Florence must respect the typical Italian architecture and imposing structures. Palazzo Vecchio, Uffizi Gallery Academy of Art and are only three locations that you have to visit if you want to see works by Michelangelo (David was exhibited at the Academy) and other Renaissance masters.     In addition, Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, the fourth largest cathedral in Europe, and Basilica di Santa Croce will guide your spiritual journey in Fl...

The most romantic destinations in Italy (Italy - Destinations)

Venice in Italy Venice in Italy
   For most people, Venice is synonymous with romance. Of course there are detractors, but most people love this city, imagining it as a symbol of love, inspired by stories of love sheltered by the walls of buildings shriveled.    But nobody can deny there is something with this place, something that continues to fascinate generations of tourists, lured by fame and the history of the city that floats on water. A small town occupied by water, a lone patch of land situated in the northern Italian ...
Portofino in Italy Portofino in Italy
    Portofino is a small town (520 inhabitants) and a famous resort in northwest Italy on the Mediterranean coast at the foot of the Ligurian Apennines. Portofino is a favorite destination for an aristocratic and intellectual circles of Germany and the United Britanieincade the end of the nineteenth century.      North of town, on top of a hill overlooking the Portofino Bay, lies the medieval monastery of San Girolamo (sec.XIII) with one of the most romantic gardens in Europe. Exceptional l...
Positano Positano
    Positano is a town on the Amalfi coast of Campania, Italy. Most of the city is an enclave that descend toward the shore. From here you can take the ferry to Paestum, Ischia and Capri, during the summer. Are two beaches in Positano. Fornillo - a small and secluded beach, accessible by stairs from the grotto from above or from Spiaggiata Grande. Fornillo has a more relaxed atmosphere, with four bars on the beach and away from the ferry traffic. The other beach, Spiaggiata Grande is the main beach and ferry port....