Campania Italy is a region in southern Italy that includes famous landmarks like the city of Naples Italy, Amalfi Coast, Mount Vesuvius, Pompeii and the Island of Capri.
It is a rich region when it comes to gastronomy, architecture and culture; and at the same time is one of the most densely populated areas of the Italian Peninsula.
It is home to some of the most beautiful and famous Italian beaches and as I write this article, I will redirect you to full pages on the following amazing sites.
Marina Grande Beach on the Amalfi Coast Italy
Located in the Amalfi Italy, this is one of the busiest and colorful beaches in the Amalfi Coast, the sands are pebbly and the waters change according to light from turquoise to dark blue.
It is a beach with all amenities like life guard, sun beds and umbrellas, as well as many water sports. This beach is located in trendy Positano.
They say it is the beach where people come to see and be seen. After a day at the beach you may want to stroll through the many shops where fashion is at its peak.
Santa Croce Beach in Amalfi Italy
This secluded beach is better reached by boat from nearby Amalfi, because the other alternative is by foot and going down and later up the stairs from the main road.
But the experience is worth because the beach is beautiful with turquoise waters. It features many restaurants.
This Positano Italy Beach is a few steps from the town center. It is a romantic cove where you may have your desired moment of relaxation.
While sitting on your sun bed you may enjoy the 16th century watchtower and the little Li Galli Islands off shore.
Le Sirene Beach in Amalfi Coast Italy
This beach on the Amalfi Coast Italy is quieter. This is a rocky beach at the other end of town. Because of its location the sun reaches this beach only in the afternoon. It means that the mornings are perfect for a good swim and relax.
For a quieter beach experience in Amalfi, visit the rocky Le Sirene beach at the opposite end of town.
The sun reaches this beach until late afternoon, but it is especially lovely for a peaceful morning swim.
Located in Nerano, the westernmost village of the Amalfi coast, this beach is pebbly and stretches along the harbor and surrounded by many restaurants and bars.
Gavitella Beach located in Positano Italy
This beach faces Positano and the Island of Capri and the gorgeous Li Galli Islands. Because its position it gets the sunshine all day long until sunset.
From here you may visit by boat places like Marina di Praia and Praia Beach. The wonderful creeks with lush vegetation are an incredible sight.
Located in the city of Cetara, this beach with the same name as the former one is charming and idyllic for taking with you a good taste of the Amalfi Coast.
Scrajo Mare with its thermal waters is
an important spa in Sorrento Italy
One more spot to enjoy the beauty of the Sorrento Peninsula. The thermal waters constantly flow under the sea. This is a famous spa center with natural springs of sulfurous waters.
Located in Lido di Camaiore, the heart of Versilia, this is a full service beach with long lines of umbrellas and sun beds. It offers showers, toilets, sauna and Jacuzzi.
For more information visit the Italian Tourism Website
Catellamare di Stabia a town in the
Province of Naples in Campania Italy
This is a town in the Province of Naples with a small beach serving the town. Like all others in Campania Italy the beach has clear and beautiful waters.
This is the main beach in Positano Campania. To the west is the smaller beach, Spiaggia del Fornillo separated from the former by the Torre Trasita. It has sun beds and umbrellas and a few cafes.
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