Sea resorts in Italy are picturesque sandy or pebble beaches with well-developed infrastructure and an abundance of all kinds of water activities for vacationers of all ages. Every year, numerous Italian beaches are marked with the Blue Flag for ecological cleanliness and well-groomed. That is why we could not pass by this topic: BlogoItaliano with the top five beach resorts in Italy, which have gained the greatest popularity among tourists from all over the world.

5. Lido di Jesolo

Lido di Jesolo is a wonderful seaside resort on the Venetian Riviera, located on the Adriatic coast. A long line of beaches with surprisingly soft yellow sand stretches along the city for as much as 15 kilometers.

On the beaches of Lido di Jesolo, you can not only swim and sunbathe, enjoying the sea and the sun, but also engage in active sports – windsurfing, diving, take part in beach volleyball competitions or go water skiing.

Throughout the season, various recreational activities are held on the beaches, as well as sand sculpture competitions.

In addition to the beaches, Lido di Jesolo is also famous for its historical sights: the famous Tower of the Mists, the Ponte Monumento bridge, the chapel of St. Anthony of Padua, Porte del Cavallino – the place where taxes were collected from ships sailing to Venice.

Tourists with children will certainly be interested in the Aqualandia water park – a magnificent entertainment center with many slides, swimming pools, cafes, and bars. In addition, from Lido di Jesolo you can go on an excursion to nearby Venice, Florence, Verona, or go to the mountain lakes of Santa Croce or Garda.

BlogoItaliano wrote more about Lido di Jesolo here, and we even devoted a separate article to the best hotels in the resort.

4. Sanremo

The chic beach resort of Sanremo is located on the west coast of Liguria. The city of music festivals, tropical parks and gardens, flower greenhouses, excellent beaches, fashion boutiques, luxurious restaurants and casinos has long become one of the favorite vacation spots for Russian tourists.

In the 19th century, members of the royal family, representatives of the Russian aristocratic society, as well as musicians, artists, and writers liked to relax here.

By the way, one of the main attractions of the city – the Cathedral of Christ the Savior – was built in the style of Moscow churches. Not far from it is the famous casino of Sanremo.

The beaches in Sanremo are pebble or sand and pebble. Most of the coastal strip is divided between hotels – such beaches are equipped with everything you need: sunbeds, umbrellas, cabanas. There are also free beaches – less well-groomed and comfortable, but you can also swim and sunbathe on them.

In general, Liguria is famous for a whole bunch of beautiful beaches. Details about the most worth visiting BlogoItaliano wrote in this article.

3. Milano Marittima

Milano Marittima is the most picturesque seaside resort in Italy, suitable for both family and youth holidays. The city, surrounded by magnificent pine forests, is located in the Emilia-Romagna region, on the Adriatic coast.

Milano Marittima has many excellent beaches where it is easy to find all possible water activities. Here you can go windsurfing, sailing, diving, fishing, ride a catamaran or water ski, parachute above the sea.

In addition, the city has several tennis courts, volleyball courts, swimming pools, as well as a riding school and a golf club.

Not far from Milano Marittima is the famous amusement park Mirabilandia with many attractions and attractions. There is also a water park here, on the green territory there are various slides, a pool with sea waves, cafes and bars.

Young people enjoy visiting nightclubs, bars and discos, of which there are a great many in Milano Marittima.

2. Amalfi

Amalfi, the capital of the picturesque Amalfi Coast, is one of the most visited Italian seaside resorts. The pebbly beaches of Amalfi are the cleanest sea, a gentle entrance to the water, and the absence of big waves, which is important for families with small children.

There are both free beaches and beach areas belonging to coastal restaurants, whose staff takes care of the territory, provides beach accessories, and also delivers ordered food and drinks directly to the beach.

Amalfi has many interesting sights to dedicate part of your Italian vacation to. The most popular among tourists is the Cathedral of St. Andrew, under the altar of which rest the relics of St. Andrew the First-Called. No less famous is the Duomo di Amalfi – the majestic Cathedral.

Both children and adults are happy to visit the Museum of Paper, where you can get acquainted with the technique of paper production, as well as purchase exclusive postcards, notebooks, handmade business cards.

There is also a City Museum in Amalfi – its exhibits tell about the history of the city, which was once one of the most powerful maritime republics of Italy.

However, Amalfi is not only a city. The entire coast of the same name is worthy of the closest study by travelers. BlogoItaliano wrote in more detail about the most worth visiting places in the article Amalfi Coast: map and the most interesting places nearby.

1. Rimini

Rimini is without a doubt the most popular beach resort in Italy. On 15 kilometers of the coastal strip there are excellent beaches – both paid and municipal. Most of them are suitable for families with children – the sea is not too deep here, and the descent into the water is quite gentle.

During the holiday season, all kinds of festive events are organized on the beaches of Rimini – beach discos, concerts, volleyball competitions.

In addition to beaches, tourists in Rimini are waiting for comfortable hotels, numerous bars, cafes, restaurants, nightclubs, discos, shops, boutiques, as well as parks, attractions, tennis courts.

There are many historical sights in Rimini – this is Piazza Cavour, surrounded by luxurious palaces, and the Palazzo del Arengo, and the Arch of Augustus, and the famous Tiberius Bridge, and the Roman amphitheater.

The theme park “Italy in Miniature”, located in Rimini, is very interesting – it completely repeats the outlines of the Apennine Peninsula, copies the main cities, as well as the main attractions of the country.

Finally, Rimini is also a grandiose shopping with numerous and well-known outlets throughout Italy. In general, there is something to do.