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Italy, Lido Reggio Calabria beach, aerial view
Lido Reggio Calabria is the central city beach of Reggio Calabria in Italy. The coastline is very good - with sand, palms and luxury beach clubs. The main problem is, that in the high season, it is hard to find a place even for the money (needless to say about free areas). So it is better to find other places for the seaside, and just to enjoy the city - great promenade, attractions, shopping and vibrant nightlife. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-23
Italy, Calabria, Pentimele beach
Pentimele is the northern beach in the city of Reggio Calabria, Italy. All space is takes by sunbeds of the commercial beach clubs with Lido Stella Marina being the most notable. In the north end of the coast, it was also upscale club of OASI Pentimele with a huge grounds. However, it lost the license in 2016. / read more » /
Rating: 7.5 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-23
Italy, Calabria, Archi beach
Archi is a small beach in the north of Reggio Calabria, Italy. The coast is very good - with sand and pebbly entry into the water. It's a miracle that such a laid back and low key place was hidden near the big city. However, someone may call it just boring, as there's nothing to do except for a beach holiday. The seaside is almost empty on weekdays, and there are not many people on the weekends as well. / read more » /
Rating: 7.4 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-23
Italy, Calabria, Gallico Marina beach
Gallico Marina is a nice city beach in the northern suburbs of Reggio Calabria, Italy. There are many artificial bays with breakwaters, as well as a flat coastal area to the south. A large free parking lot is available, while there are never a lot of people in town. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-23
Italy, Calabria, Catona beach
Catona is a beach in Calabria located just to the south of the ferry port to Sicily. The coast is beautiful and comfortable - with clear azure water. It is even possible to lay under a palm tree (near the promenade). The only downside is, that the Straits of Messina tend to be cold with strong currents. However, this is usually not a serious problem. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-23
Italy, Calabria, Villa San Giovanni, Cannitello beach
Villa San Giovanni is a city in the south of Italy being the closest place to Sicily. A good beach can be found in the north-east end of the coast - in Cannitello village - with several breakwaters protecting from the cold currents of the Strait of Messina. The water is perfectly clear and surprisingly clean. However, most of the tourists stay here for one night only - before the morning ferry to Sicily. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-23
Italy, Calabria, Scilla, Marina Grande beach
Marina di Scilla is a great seaside town in Calabria, Italy. This is the nearest beach (called Marina Grande) to the north of Reggio Calabria, which does not suffer from cold current of the Strait of Messina. However, local cold currents sometimes happen. There is a cozy promenade with palms, while Castello Ruffo di Scilla can be seen to the east, followed by the interesting Old Town. / read more » /
Rating: 7.7 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-23
Italy, Calabria, Favazzina beach
Favazzina is a small seaside town in the Southern Calabria, Italy. In the center of the beach, there are four artificial bays with breakwaters being a recognizable symbol of this place. Thus the water is usually calm without waves. Sand was placed on many coastal areas, but entry into the water is rocky anyway. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-22
Italy, Calabria, Bagnara Calabra beach
Bagnara Calabra is a city beach in Calabria, Italy. The coastline is quite comfortable, though it is remarkable only for a picturesque promenade with palms. As for the town itself, it is small and doesn't have any notable attractions. So this place is for a maximum of 2-3 days. / read more » /
Rating: 7.5 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-22
Italy, Calabria, Marinella di Palmi beach
Marinella di Palmi is a beach in the high cliffs of southern Calabria, Italy. This is the place with stunning views - especially from above, but not comfortable for swimming. Moreover, the cleanups are not often here, so even in the high season, you can find a lot of garbage ashore. However, the snorkeling on the rocks is great, while on the top you can find a remarkable open theater made in the form of ancient amphitheater. / read more » /
Rating: 6.5 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-22
Italy, Calabria, Tonnara di Palmi beach
Tonnara is a beach on the Costa Viola in Italian Calabria. Ulivo cliff can be seen in the south, which is associated with some notable legends, while marina of Taureana di Palmi is located to the north. Nearby, there is Tauriana town featuring ancient Roman ruins. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-22
Italy, Calabria, Lido Tahiti beach, Torre Saracena
Lido Tahiti is a wild beach to the south of Gioia Tauro port in Calabria, Italy. There is also a small marina a little to the south, where the ancient tower can be seen atop, as well as a large rock near the shore. Neighboring Tauriana town has ruins of the Roman period. It is better to stop as far as possible to the south, since the large port of Gioia Tauro heavily pollutes the water. / read more » /
Rating: 7.4 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-22
Italy, Calabria, Marina di Gioia Tauro beach
Marina di Gioia Tauro is the largest container port in Italy. It was a time, when it made 80% of cocaine traffic to Europe (not very long time ago). In fact, this is the only reason to visit this legendary place. If to be serious, the beach is good, but the water is very polluted. So the best is to walk further to the south - away from the port. / read more » /
Rating: 4.9 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-21
Italy, Calabria, San Ferdinando beach
San Ferdinando is a large port in the province of Calabria, Italy. The city beach is beautiful with pleasant sand. However, it is usually heavily polluted - both in the water, as well as on the shore. However, if you walk to the north in the direction of Nicotera, you will find a great wild beach being suitable for kite surfing. / read more » /
Rating: 7.0 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-21
Italy, Calabria, Nicotera Marina beach
Nicotera Marina is a seaside resort town in Calabria region, Italy. The city beach is good, but quite busy during the high season. But next to the south, there is a long wild coast popular among kite surfers. It has a lot of free place for everybody. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-21
Italy, Calabria, Joppolo beach
Joppolo is a town by the sea in Calabria, Italy. There is also village of San Bruno Melia located to the south of railway station. There is no beach to speak of, while the only attraction is tower of Torre Saracena di Joppolo in the south end of the coast. / read more » /
Rating: 6.1 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-21
Italy, Calabria, Capo Vaticano beach
Capo Vaticano is a popular coastal area in Calabria, Italy. There are three beaches within a walking distance from each other. Praia Focu is a beautiful secluded cove in the rocks to the north. Grotticelle is the famous beach of Calabria attracting a lot of visitors to Capo Vaticano. In fact, it is not better than other beaches nearby, but small and overcrowded. Santa Maria is similar to Grotticelle, but much longer, and is the most comfortable. / read more » /
Rating: 7.9 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-21
Italy, Calabria, Ricadi beach, hill
Ricadi is a great beach on the Coast of the Gods in Calabria, Italy. The coastline has pleasant sand, while the water is clear with good snorkeling on the occasional rocks. There are several bays and coves with the most famous being Torre Marino, Turiano, Torre Ruffa, Tonicello and Trotta (the latter is in the south end - near the train station). So you can walk every day to a new place or just stay where you like the most. / read more » /
Rating: 7.8 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-21
Italy, Calabria, Santa Domenica, Riaci beach
Santa Domenica is a beach to the west of Tropea in Calabria, Italy. The coast near the railway station is rocky with occasional patches of sand. It's best to do snorkeling here. And to the east and to the west, there are comfortable sandy beaches of Riaci and Formicoli. Everywhere, there is a relaxation and tranquility without crowds. For more action, you'll have to travel by train to the large towns nearby. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-20
Italy, Calabria, Tropea beach
Tropea is a superb beach town in Calabria, Italy. Canonical view of peninsula with a castle can be seen from the coast, while high cliffs host the picturesque old buildings. So the Old Town is fine, but the beach is even better, - perhaps the best one in Europe. The sand is white and soft, while the water is perfectly clear, - just like in the Maldives. There is a rental of sunbeds, as well as free areas. The place becomes overcrowded in August, so it is better to choose July or September. / read more » /
Rating: 9.0 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-20
Italy, Calabria, Parghelia, Michelino beach
Parghelia is a miles long coast in the Italian region of Calabria. Spiaggia Michelino is the central beach - small and beautiful. It has no rental of parasols and sunbeds, and there are a lot of visitors in August. To the west and to the east, there are also many other beaches of different sizes, including tiny secluded coves hidden in the cliffs. / read more » /
Rating: 7.7 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-20
Italy, Calabria, Marina di Zambrone beach
Marina di Zambrone is a beach in the Central Calabria, Italy. There is a fine sand ashore, but entry into the water is pebbly, and it is painful to walk barefoot. The town has no shops, nor any kind of attractions, but there are many interesting things nearby. So it is better to have a car, or you should be ready to travel by train every day. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (2 votes)
Published: 2017-08-19
Italy, Calabria, Briatico beach
Briatico is a town by the sea in the province of Calabria, Italy. The coast is very diverse, consisting of high cliffs changed by sandy beaches. You can swim comfortably, as well as practise snorkeling. The only attraction in town are ruins of ancient tower called Torre della Rocchetta. / read more » /
Rating: 7.5 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-19
Italy, Calabria, Vibo Marina beach
Vibo Marina is a city beach in Calabria, Italy. There is a port in the east end, but it doesn't affect the holidaymakers. The water is clean and clear with the superb fine sand. There are areas with breakwaters, as well as areas faced to the open sea. In addition, it is shallow in most cases, thus giving great opportunities for families with children. / read more » /
Rating: 7.7 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-19
Italy, Lamezia Terme, Pizzo beach
Pizzo is a seaside resort in Central Calabria, Italy, being the nearest one to the south from Lamezia Terme airport. The Old Town area is beautiful - quite like the famous Amalfi coast, and the beaches here are much better and less crowded. In addition, miles long flat coast comes to the north - with occasional artificial bays protected from waves by the breakwaters. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-19
Italy, Ianipari I beach of Lamezia Terme airport
Ianipari I is a beach being the nearest one to the airport of Lamezia Terme (as well as Cafarone located a little to the north with good promenade of Falcone-Borsellino). This is a secluded coast comparable to other beaches of Calabria. However, it is best to pay some extra money to get by taxi to the nearby Hang Loose Beach, which is one of the best spots for kite surfing in Italy. / read more » /
Rating: 6.8 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-19
Italy, Calabria, Gizzeria Lido, Hang Loose Beach
Gizzeria Lido is a seaside town in central Calabria, Italy, - near the airport of Lamezia Terme. A little to the north, there is an iconic Hang Loose Beach famous for the International kite surfing competitions. It has a great youth crowd with good music and various activities and animation focused on the sport. However, kitesurfing is also available to the south of the central city beach. The town itself is not remarkable, but still has a good sea. / read more » /
Rating: 8.0 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-19
Italy, Calabria, Falerna Marina beach
Falerna Marina is a long beach a little to the north of Lamezia Terme airport in Calabria. It is usually not overcrowded - even in the high season. Lenzi town is a southern suburb of Falerna. Despite some complaints on pollution, most of the coastline is clean with good amenities. Sand can be found only on the private beaches. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-18
Italy, Calabria, Nocera Terinese beach
Nocera Terinese is a good beach in Calabria, Italy, - it is also known as Nocera Scalo. This is the perfect coast, but only if you like pebble. However, some beach clubs have sand as well. The Old Town have many ruins of the ancient Greek period, though these are not of a world class. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-18
Italy, Calabria, Campora San Giovanni beach
Campora San Giovanni is a beach on the Tyrrhenian sea in Calabria, Italy. The coast is nice - with clear water and with few breakwaters protecting from the strong waves. There is also modern marina in the south end. As for the town, it is not very interesting, as there's only one historical building. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-17
Italy, Calabria, Amantea beach
Amantea is a large town in Calabria, Italy. To the south, there are also more tranquil beaches being much better and less crowded. Entry into the water is smooth, but the depth is not far from the coastline. So it is good both for children, as well as for their parents. There is also a nice Old Town with Rocca castle and medieval churches. / read more » /
Rating: 7.5 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-16
Italy, Calabria, Marina di Belmonte beach
Marina di Belmonte is a wild beach in the province of Calabria, Italy. The place has no any kind of attractions, though the coast is long and quite pretty. As the infrastructure is poor, it is worth to stay here for a maximum of two days. Think about visiting cozy old towns located at some distance from the sea. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-16
Italy, Calabria, Fiumefreddo Bruzio beach
Fiumefreddo Bruzio is a seaside town in the Italian Calabria, which by mistake was included in the list of the most beautiful villages in Italy. But in reality, there's nothing outstanding. The beach is bad even by the standards of Calabria, while the town may offer only the Castello della Valle of 1201 - almost completely destroyed by the army of Napoleon. In addition, the coast is noisy due to the railway. / read more » /
Rating: 7.4 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-16
Italy, Calabria, Torremezzo di Falconara beach
Torremezzo di Falconara is a beach in Calabria region of Italy. Both the coast and the nearest towns are not very interesting. The only good thing about this place is occasional sand, as well as a small number of visitors. / read more » /
Rating: 7.7 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-16
Italy, Calabria, San Lucido beach, sand
San Lucido is a town by the sea in Calabria, Italy. There are series of beaches made of breakwaters to the north, while the coast is mostly flat to the south. The central city beach (with sand) is the best. It is located just to the south of railway station. The Old Town is close to the sea, which is very convenient. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-15
Italy, Calabria, Marina di Paola beach
Marina di Paola is a seaside town in Calabria, Italy. The most interesting is the Old Town with many sights. Beaches are quite diverse, but, however, all of these are not very picturesque. To the south, there are many small artificial bays with breakwaters. Everywhere, there is a rental of sun loungers, as well as many free ares. However, the city beach is rather depressing. / read more » /
Rating: 6.3 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-15
Italy, Calabria, Fuscaldo beach
Fuscaldo is a beach in the province of Calabria, Italy. The coastline is very good and with a fairly reasonable development. A railway passes nearby, but in reality, it is not a problem. A little further away - on a hill, there is the Old Town with many ancient churches. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-15
Italy, Guardia Piemontese Terme beach
Guardia Piemontese Terme is a beach in the Italian region of Calabria. The north end of the coast is called Pantana-Santa Rosalia-macchia, while the south end is Guardia Piemontese Marina. The sea is rather mediocre, and it is remarkable only by a rock in the water. / read more » /
Rating: 7.1 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-15
Italy, Calabria, Acquappesa beach
Acquappesa is a beach in the northern Calabria, Italy. Please keep in mind, that area to the south of railway station is called Intavolata. The coast is very pleasant - with a convenient entry into the water and with a good snorkeling on the rocks. There are only two downsides: a busy road along the sea and lack of any attractions around. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-15
Italy, Calabria, Cetraro Marina beach
Cetraro Marina is a town on the sea in Calabria, Italy. The beaches are rather mediocre, but at least inexpensive. For example, parasol with two sunbeds cost from US$10 per day, - compare with fares on the Amalfi coast. There is also a decent promenade with nice evening walkings. So in general, this is a place for a maximum of few days. / read more » /
Rating: 7.0 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-14
Italy, Calabria, Cittadella del Capo beach
Cittadella del Capo is a coastal town in Calabria, Italy. It has no world-class attractions, but there are many different beaches. So when choosing a hotel, it also makes sense to look for photos of the coastal area, where the hotel is located. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-14
Italy, Calabria, Belvedere Marittimo beach
Belvedere Marittimo is a popular town by the sea in Calabria, Italy. Most of the coast is made of small bays protected from the open sea by breakwaters. So the family holiday with children is the key feature of this place. As for the main tourist attraction, this is the Old Town with a superb fort. / read more » /
Rating: 7.5 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-14
Italy, Calabria, Diamante Buonvicino beach
Diamante Buonvicino is a resort by the sea in Calabria, Italy. All the beaches are clean, with clear water and quite different from each other. Unfortunately, the coastal scenery is rather mediocre, and the town is boring in all respects. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-14
Italy, Calabria, Cirella beach
Cirella is a seaside town in Calabria, Italy. The beach is rather mediocre, but it is possible to walk along the pretty rocky coastline in the city. The area to the north is called Acchio-fiumicello (near the railway station). And in the south, there is a good view of Cirella island. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-14
Italy, Calabria, Santa Maria del Cedro beach
Santa Maria del Cedro is a beach in the north of Calabria region, Italy. The coast is very pleasant - with a smooth entry into the water and with clear water. There is a rental of sun loungers, as well as free areas. As for downsides, it is worth to note the lack of trees along the sea. / read more » /
Rating: 7.4 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-14
Italy, Calabria, Scalea beach
Scalea is a popular beach in Calabria, Italy. Most of the coast is taken by beach clubs with restaurants and sunbeds rentals. However, free areas are also available. During the high season, there are a lot of people everywhere. The old tower of Torre Talao is located ashore, as well as there is a good snorkeling on the rocks in the north end. The Old Town is also rather interesting. / read more » /
Rating: 7.1 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-14
Italy, San Nicola Arcella beach, Arco Magno
San Nicola Arcella is a beach in the north of Calabria, Italy. The coast is pretty nice - with a good view of the mountains, and even with an ancient tower of Torre Crawford in the south. However, the main attraction is the arch of Grotta dell'Arco Magno located just to the north (also known as Grotta del Saraceno). It is possible to walk there, but it makes sense to hire a boat, as you will see the grotto from the sea. The place is popular, so in the high season, there are a lot of people on both beaches. / read more » /
Rating: 7.7 (3 votes)
Published: 2017-08-13
Italy, Basilicata, Praia A Mare beach
Praia A Mare is a beach in the province of Calabria, Italy. The sea is beautiful with a view of the mountains and of the Dino island. There is a water park in the south end of the coast. However, this is the only notable attraction around. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-12
Italy, Basilicata, Tortora Marina beach
Tortora Marina is a coastal town in Calabria, Italy. Most area is taken by the beach clubs (Lido Armonia, Club La Lampara and others) with sunbeds rental and different kinds of amenities. Some of them have sand, but most of coastline is pebbly. There is a good promenade, as well as many attractions for children. / read more » /
Rating: 6.6 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-12
Italy, Basilicata, Castrocucco di Maratea beach
Castrocucco di Maratea is a wild beach in Basilicata of Italy. It is also known under the name of A 'Gnola. There are no trees ashore, but a beautiful mountain is nearby, - where you can stay and walk along the trail by the sea. There is a large free car parking lot being the only one like that in the district. / read more » /
Rating: 7.1 (1 vote)
Published: 2017-08-12

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