Ciao a Tutti! Which means “Hello to All!” in Italian. Well, if you are wondering why I have switched to Italian, then let me clear your doubts. Italy, the most beautiful, picturesque, mesmerizing, breathtakingly stunning place on planet earth, fenced by a very rich history of the most loving and romantic antiquity of all the times, has been my latest destinations for traveling.
With possibly the best practice anyone could ever get, I got the best of the experience, with Vacation Home Rentals. They provide the most amazing and comfortable holiday beach rentals, in Italy, that too at remarkably affordable prices. You could never get enough of Italy, no matter how many times you see it, explore it, and dive into the beauty of it, and it will always keep alluring you back to learn more and more about it.
That’s why, it’s better to rent a holiday home, may it be on the beach or in the crowded historical towns, and enjoy living in a luxurious property at incredibly pleasant rates.
From my personal knowledge of beaches and holidays combines together, I’ve prepared a list of places known best for the beaches in Italy. If you must like them, then visit these outstanding locations and take full advantage of nature at its best.
You can find some of the best beaches of mainland Italy in Puglia, with a string of pristine sandy strands off the southern historic towns of Avetrana and Manduria, where the latter one is well-known for its Primitivo wine. Perfect white sands, clear waters and relaxed beach-shack lunches, head for the seaside villages of Punto Prosciutto or Torre Colimena.
It’s a magical place in Liguria, with restaurant-pension overlooking an idyllic cove with a medieval beachside abbey, as a backdrop, halfway by the boat between Chi-Chi Portofino and Camogli family resort. Trek across Portofino promontory, or get a ferry to get here. Da Giovanni, the only place to eat or stay in the cove, is not at all luxurious but offers good food and Spartan touch in the interiors or the architecture of the rooms.
Viareggio is a little like Florence-by-Sea, with a merging history and style of Tuscan desire for the things of life. It’s a kind of place, frequented by families for generations, using the same sun loungers and eating in the same fish restaurants as well, like Miro alla Lanterna down the port, or for a change and an unusual juncture, sophisticated Romano.
Steaming and bubbling with thermal activities, the Island of Ischia is a spa treatment center, at the magnificent Mezzatorre Resort. It’s a volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea and lies 30 km north of the city of Naples. Visit Aragonese Castles, take a wine tour, ride a horse, or visit a thermal spa, go hiking or scuba diving, or even sail a boat, Ischia is full of adventures, to enjoy an unforgettable holiday in.
Vasto, the birthplace of Gabrielle Rossetti, father of Dante Gabriel and Christina, is set high above the ramble of the family fun beach and an outstanding stretch of unspoiled coastline in the Punta Aderci Nature Reserve. Trabocchi, is a ramshackle wooden fishing platform, emerges with Vasto like irrational statuaries from the sea. The specialty of this place is the town’s Siren festival.