Italy: Beautiful seaside towns where tourists don’t tread


Santa Cesarea Terme on Puglia’s Adriatic coast boasts great beaches, explorable sea caves and naturally occurring hot springs.

        The seaside town of Sperlonga in south Lazio has been the getaway of choice for those in the know since antiquity. It’s easy to see why.

The resort of Stintino in northern Sardinia is an enchanting old fishing village home to some of the island’s best sandy beaches.

Termoli on Molise’s beautiful Adriatic coast is practically unknown outside Italy and a great place to go to avoid tourists!

Facing the Tyrrhenian Sea on the coast of Calabria the town of Tropea boasts, sun, sea, sand and everybody’s favourite spicy sausage – ‘Nduja!

The colorful town of Santa Margherita Ligure on the Ligurian riviera is the perfect place to spend a few peaceful days.

The stunning town of Bordighera on the Ligurian coast is where the Maritime Alps plunge into the sea.
The picture-postcard town of Cefalù in Sicily is home to unique Arab-Norman architecture, azzure waters and golden beaches.
The resting place of Renaissance master Caravaggio, Porto Ercole, on the southern coast of Tuscany offers secluded beaches and pristine waters.
The little-known town of Numana on the Adriatic coast of Marche is perfect for those seeking sea air and tranquility.
From The Local/Italy
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