Italy’s Amalfi Coast is a popular summer destination for travellers all over the world. Here are the best beaches for you to discover.
1. Marina Cantone
This hidden gem near the tip of the Sorrentine Peninsula is a great place to enjoy some peace and quiet. The crescent-shaped beach also boasts a collection of classic Italian restaurants ideal for a leisurely lunch with breath-taking views.
2. Marina di Praia Beach
Tucked away in the dramatic cliffs of the coastline between Cala di Furore and Praiano, Praia is a secluded spot popular with the locals. The decidedly laid-back atmosphere promises an authentic sand-between-your-toes Italian summer.
3. Fornillo Cove
Fornillo Beach in Positano is a stunning spot well-loved by those in the know, but if you walk further east behind the imposing ridges of rock, you’ll discover a lovely cove with very few visitors. Its seclusion also means that some beachgoers may choose to go topless.
4. Castiglione di Ravello
This little-known beach asks you to traverse 200 steps in order to be in on its secret of being an off-the-beaten-track hideaway, making this turquoise paradise a reward for those who earn it.
5. Arienzo Cove
Just a short boat ride away from the main beach, this private cove belongs to Bagni d’Arienzo Beach Club. The beach access is free but loungers must be hired. Enjoy the clear waters and rugged coastline with a little extra personal space.
6. Atrani Beach
Don’t let the rows of loungers fool you, Atrani is a lot quieter than its famous neighbour Amalfi, even in the summer. Plus, the crowds tend to be low-key couples looking to enjoy a peaceful slumber.
7. Duglio Beach
One of the better-kept secrets of the coast, Duglio can be accessed via stairs down the cliff face. This hideaway also has a series of private clubs and restaurants, giving you the perfect excuse to stay all day.
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