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Cagliari: Half-Day Tour of Sardinia's Hidden Beaches

Explore some of Sardinia's gorgeous secluded beaches with this half-day tour. Go snorkelling or swimming, or simply lounge on the sand. Upgrade to include lunch at Capo Malfatano beach.

Civitavecchia Cruise Port Shore Excursion

Relax at one of Rome's most well-known, busy, and beautiful beaches, Santa Severa Beach, which is known for its golden sand and cove-like location.

Kayak tour experience

Blue sea, white sandstone, silence and peace during this kayak experience. Take in views of white cliffs, sea ​​caves, and towering cliffs. Experience the soothing sounds of the sea as you paddle along the shore.

Best Places to Visit

Burano Island, Venice

A stroll through the cobblestoned streets of this diminutive island off of Venice--known for making some of the loveliest lace in the world--is like stepping into a candy-coloured fairy tale.


Ah Rome, The Eternal City, the epicentre of perhaps the mightiest European empire ever, the stomping ground of the Vatican, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the regal Platine Hill, the winding Tiber River, the elegant gardens of the Villa Borghese, the totemic works of Caravaggio and Michelangelo, Rafael and Bernini – the list goes on!

Cinque Terre

Craggy cliffs and rugged gorges cascade their way down to the rollers of the Ligurian Sea in the UNESCO-attested reaches of Cinque Terre. Visited by thousands of people every year, this truly photogenic section of the Italian Riviera comes studded with the beautiful towns of Manarola, Riomaggiore and Vernazza.

Most Popular Beaches in Italy

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    Cala Rossa, Sicily

    On the western side of Sicily, south of Trapani, the lovely beach of Cala Rossa is well known for its turquoise waters and rugged scenery. This beach is a great place to escape the summer crowds and the beach umbrellas.

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    Punta Prosciutto, Province of Lecce

    Puglia has some of the best beaches on Italy’s mainland. If you head to Punta Prosciutto (which translates to ‘Ham Point’), you’ll find white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.

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    Viareggio, Tuscany

    If you’re looking for a chic beach destination, look no further than the art-deco paradise of Viareggio beach in Tuscany. The beach has golden sands and features the traditional rows of striped umbrellas and shabby-chic hotels that are in need of a lick of paint.

Heros Behind the Company

Italy is home to some of the world’s greatest cities – Florence, Venice, Rome – as well as charming and bucolic towns and villages. Throw in a beloved cuisine, some of the friendliest people you could hope to meet, clean, sunny beaches with a deep blue sea and it’s no wonder that Italy continues to draw people in – as it has for centuries.

Valeria Valenti

Co-Founder of Beach Bookies

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