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Italy’s Best Beach Resorts

October 12, 2011 by  
Filed under Activities, Travel Tips

Nothing says ‘holiday in Italy’ like regional wine and luxurious resorts.  There are plenty of both to be discovered while visiting the area, so if you’re considering this part of Europe for your next holiday, why not check out some of Italy’s best beach resorts?

One of the many things that make Italy unique is its uneven coastline.  This jagged outline has created many natural coves and private beaches allowing for unique resort locations. No matter where in Italy you decide to take your holiday, you are sure to find the perfect resort to meet your needs.

In southern Italy, travellers can experience all the best things in life at the J.K. Palace Capri.  Offering the best views on this stunning mountainous island, the J.K. Palace Capri is the only hotel with direct beach access.

If the Amalfi Coast is your destination of choice and you’re seeking a top-notch resort, check out Hotel Santa Caterina.  Known as the most expensive hotel along the Amalfi Coast, this hotel provides visitors with a beautiful location and world-class amenities. On the other hand, travellers on a budget looking for a family-run hotel should consider the Hotel La Pergola, where you can try some homemade Limoncello.

For private white sand beach and luxurious facilities, look no further than the Cala di Volpe Hotel in Sardinia.  With distinctive, Mediterranean style architecture, and a tranquil atmosphere, this hotel is located along the 35 miles of beaches that make up the Emerald Coast.

While Tuscany is famed for its stunning countryside, the Tuscan coast is often overlooked. However, a great way to enjoy the hidden delights of the Tuscan coast is to rent a Tuscany villa with pool from one of the many agencies based in the area. Renting your own Tuscany villa will give you the flexibility to explore the coast or venture further inland.


One Response to “Italy’s Best Beach Resorts”
  1. Gigi says:

    Venice in Italy have all heard that although it smells it is also very romantic. In winter it does not smell unless you are near building works, we must remember that sewage goes into the water but saying that the water looks as clean as the Thames in London.

    Thanks for your article, Hello!

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