Seaside Resorts in Italy
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Seaside Resorts in Italy

With 7,500 km of coastlines, Italy is one of the only European countries that are surrounded by the Adriatic, Ionian, and the Tyrrhenian Sea from all sides. The Italian peninsula is known for its balmy beach weather, treasure islands of Sicily and Sardinia, and an abundance of ports for inception by Mediterranean cruises. The Italian coasts are some of the most favourite locations to visit by travellers on land and by sea, with panoramic views from the coastal rocks & sandy beaches to the vibrantly coloured houses and seaside resorts that sweep along the amazing shore.

Seaside Resorts & Destinations

Italian coastal towns are romantic, incredibly beautiful, and some of the most visited sites among all Mediterranean coasts. Italians, as such, have monopolized the beaches and prospered with many seaside resorts. We recommend visiting some of these seaside stays for your most romantic getaways.


As Tuscany is known for its agricultural, wine country estates it is sometimes easy to forget that the northern coast of Tuscany boasts some of the most beautiful coastal shores along its 3 km of promenade land.  While the coast of Viareggio is teeming with seaside resorts, it is beautifully unmarked by tourists. From the aquamarine waters, you can see the beautiful Massa Carrara town against grand mountains. When staying in Viareggio, we recommend staying at the Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte. This upscale seaside resort faces the beach where you may hear the lulling crashes of the waves from your balcony. 


There is a consensus that Positano is one of the most picturesque towns of Italy. The vibrant, desert-red panels of buildings that line the cliffs are charming in its cobbled-stone, rustic qualities. The town is riddled with drapes of wisteria that adds to the dreamy, elegant mood of the quaint town on the coast. While Positano is home to some of the most expensive beach resorts on the Amalfi Coast, this is a beach resort that is unforgettable and magical. When staying in Positano, we recommend that you check into Covo Dei Saraceni. This luxurious beach resort is so close to the sea that you can instantaneously breathe in the misty scent of the sea from your room balcony and watches the lulling sailboats during the day. Covo Dei Saraceni is situated right on the beach and is well lit by romantic lines of firefly lights by night. From the bottom of the coast, guests can enjoy the lit-up beauty of the town at night, while the light reflects the sandy and dusty rose-colored buildings line the cliff. 


When visiting Italy, one cannot forget to visit Sorrento. An iconic spot where the mountain descends to the sea, the old towns of Naples is incredibly beautiful against the rolling mountains on the east and stunning Capri waters on the west of the shore. When visiting Sorrento, we recommend staying at the Hotel Belair Sorrento.  As one of the best-valued beach resorts in Sorrento, guests are treated to beautiful sceneries of both the sea and the mountains. While walking through the dynamic, crystal coastlines, the sunny weather of Sorrento emphasizes the beauty of the town's ancient heritages against promenades of restaurant and shops.  

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