Stunning Insider Beaches in Italy to Check Out

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Taormina, Italy. Photo by Ruth Troughton on Unsplash

Italy remains a travel restricted destination, but thankfully it should open up again soon. Planning for a trip to Italy is one way to sate bouts of wanderlust, and luckily we’ve got you covered. As far as beaches go, here are the very best beaches to check out in Italy.

Golfo Di Manfredonia, Puglia

Puglia has been a hot destination for visitors in recent years. It has a rich cultural history and traditions, foods, and a spectacular coastline. Areas such as Manfredonia Gulf’s seaside spots remain most Italian sun-seekers’ favorite beach.

Golfo Di Noto, Sicily

If you’re planning a trip to Sicily’s Val Di Noto, you’ll most probably want to know where to escape the afternoon heat at a seaside excursion. You’ll find the waterfront to be a 12-minute drive from Noto town, and once you’re there, you can watch flamingoes feed in ponds in Calamosche, San Lorenzo, Fontane Bianche, and Vendicari Reserve.

Golfo Di Squillace, Calabria

The Squillace gulf has some of the most beautiful beaches you’ve ever seen, among them being Caminia, Copanello, and Pietragrande. The Caminia beach is full of caves and archaeological remains. Copanello beach has crystal-like water great for swimming and snorkeling, but Pietragrande is the most famous with a few paid activities and the rest being free.