Where are the best beaches in Italy?

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Country: Italy


I usually go in Liguria because is the nearest place from my town and there are some kind beach like Noli where the water is clean and the sand very good. But there aren't free beach.
If you go in the south of italy tou can find wonderful beaches in Puglia or in Calabria or in Sicily.
It really depends on what region you want to travel to: Sicily has gorgeous beaches, like Sardegna. Puglia's west coast has lovely white beaches. The Argentario/Maremma in Tuscany are nice. Sperlonga (Lazio) and Circeo are completely different and both very lovely. I like the Amalfi Coast (though not really "beache") And yes, the Cinqueterre is beautiful as well.
for me, Sardinia is a great place, there are many beautiful beaches in the north. Even the Sicilian beaches are magnificent.
the best beaches in Italy for its beauty and clean water, affordable beauty of the landscape is found in the south del'italia. Puglia is with its almost endless miles of coastline is well worth a visit ...
In Italy are the best beaches in Sardinia. San Teodoro 20 Km south of Olbia. The beaches of Alghero, Oristano and Cagliari in the south around (beach of Villasimius and Chia), the South Island of San Pietro
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The best beaches are in Sardinia!
Italy has over 200 ‘Blue Flag Beaches’ have a look here:

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