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Where to stay in Sicily for best beaches

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where to stay in sicily for best beaches

One of the most beautiful regions in Italy is Sicily, and one of the most famous Italian summer destinations, thanks to its beautiful beaches. Many of them have received the Blue Flag of the FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education).

These include the beaches of Lipari and Vulcano, that of Ispica-Santa Maria del Focallo, that of Marina di Ragusa and Menfi, in the province of Agrigento. If you are looking where to stay in Sicily for the best beaches, you're in the right place.

How to reach Sicily

First of all, do you know how to reach Sicily?

The island is connected to the rest of Italy by an excellent ferry service, departing from various Italian cities, but especially from Villa San Giovanni, in the province of Reggio Calabria, a port that serves as a connection with the island.

But you can also decide to arrive by plane, landing in the convenient airport of Palermo, where you can rent a car and leave for the adventure.

Another Sicilian airport connected with major Italian cities, also by low-cost airlines, is that of Catania-Fontanarossa.

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The most beautiful beaches in Sicily

Sicily offers a wide range of beaches, for all tastes. From the island of Lampedusa to the coast near Syracuse, passing through the Zingaro Nature Reserve in the territory of Trapani. Here are the most beautiful, awarded with the coveted Blue Flag.

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L'isola dei Conigli, Lampedusa

L'isola dei Conigli, Lampedusa

L'isola dei Conigli, Lampedusa

L'isola dei Conigli is considered one of the most beautiful places in Italy. It is a fabulous place made unique by the wild and unspoiled nature, a crystal clear and spectacular sea.

A thin strip of sand connects the island to the coast of Lampedusa. Do not miss the Grotte Marine, which can be visited with a boat ride. On this beach every year the Caretta turtles lay their eggs, and for this reason, the impact of tourism must always be controlled.


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San Vito lo Capo, Trapani

San Vito lo Capo, Trapani

San Vito lo Capo, Trapani

Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, the promontory of San Vito lo Capo offers a varied panorama: there are 3 kilometers of white beach, reminiscent of the Caribbean, but also spectacular cliffs overlooking the sea.

The beach is suitable for families with children because the seabed is low and sloping gently: you can walk for many meters in the water without diving totally. The sea is a beautiful deep blue color.


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Zingaro Nature Reserve, Trapani

Zingaro Nature Reserve, Trapani

Zingaro Nature Reserve, Trapani

Also in the surroundings of Trapani, the Zingaro Reserve, every year, attracts thousands of visitors, thanks to its beautiful coves and the backdrop rich with colorful fishes.

Around the beautiful beaches, there are many cliffs overlooking the sea. The beaches of the Zingaro Nature Reserve are much loved by those looking for wild nature and diving enthusiasts.


4

Mondello, Palermo

Mondello, Palermo

Mondello, Palermo

One of the most famous beaches of Sicily is that of Mondello, close to the city of Palermo, which has an equipped beach and comfortable for those who do not want to go too far, but at the same time enjoy a beach of white sand and fine.

The sea is blue and clear and around the beach rise many villas in Art Nouveau style, as well as numerous archaeological sites.


5

Scopello, Castellammare del Golfo

Scopello, Castellammare del Golfo

Scopello, Castellammare del Golfo

It is a beautiful beach formed by many coves with enchanting colors and deep waters, ideal for those who love snorkeling.

The bay includes many beaches and is well equipped, with several restaurants. The most famous and largest cove is that of Guidaloca, bathed by emerald green waters.


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Giardini Naxos, Messina

Giardini Naxos, Messina

Giardini Naxos, Messina

The beaches of Giardini Naxos, in the province of Messina, are different from each other.

Some are mixed with sand and pebbles, others of fine and golden sand but all are united by the clear blue sea.

A Distinction of this place is the beautiful old town that overlooks the beaches, equipped with many bathing establishments.


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Scala dei Turchi, Realmonte

Scala dei Turchi, Realmonte

Scala dei Turchi, Realmonte

The Scala dei Turchi (Turkish Steps) is a beautiful cliff of white limestone that slopes gently towards the sea. It is one of the most surreal and fascinating places in Italy and attracts many tourists every year.

Near Porto Empedocle, this white clay cliff is not suitable for families with children because it is difficult to access: however, the beautiful landscape pays for every effort.


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Calamosche, Noto

Calamosche, Noto

Calamosche, Noto

The beach of Calamosche is one of the most beautiful and also the most crowded of the Syracuse coast, thanks to its exclusive landscape: it is in fact nestled between several promontories.

The beach is part of the Nature Reserve of Vendicari and has fine sand and a transparent sea.

All around the beach, there is lush vegetation, with dwarf palms, agaves, olive trees, and myrtles.


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Favignana, Egadi Islands

Favignana, Egadi Islands

Favignana, Egadi Islands

The beaches of the island of Favignana are among the most beautiful in the world. Throughout the island, there are over 30 kilometers of bays and small beaches.

The island of Favignana is littered with bays and coves.

In addition to being a spectacular beach, Cala Rossa is also a place of historical importance: the name derives from the blood spilled during the first Punic war.

Another beautiful beach is Cala Azzurra that also boasts a crystalline sea, perfect for families with children.

It is also possible to visit Cala Bianca and the Cave of the lovers, with two similar rocks on in front of the other.

The most famous are:
Cala Rossa, which owes its name to the bloody battle of the First Punic War.
Cala Azzurra, particularly suitable for families with children. This beach is formed by a vast expanse of fine sand.


10

Isola delle Correnti – Porto Palo di Capo Passero

Isola delle Correnti

Isola delle Correnti

It takes its name from the meeting point of the two currents that flow into the island: the Ionian Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.

The meeting of the two seas makes it a wild and uncontaminated place, with a unique charm, loved by surfers. The golden sand and the deep blue sea provide an enchanting scenery.


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Cala Junco - Panarea

Cala Junco - Panarea

Cala Junco - Panarea

Cala Junco is one of the most beautiful beaches of the beautiful island of Panarea. Reachable afoot in 30 minutes, it is a beach shaped like an amphitheater, also known for its prehistoric village (XVI century B.C.)

It has a transparent sea with changing reflexes that vary from the turquoise to the blue intense up to the emerald green.


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Pollara Salina, Islands Eolie

Pollara - Salina, Islands Eolie

Pollara - Salina, Islands Eolie

Composed of stones and gravel, this inlet shaped like an amphitheater is the most beautiful beach of the island of Salina.

Reachable by boat or through a steep path, it is delimited by an imposing cliff.

A clear sea with breathtaking colors, you can experience the thrill to swim in a prehistoric submerged crater.


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Spiaggia delle Formiche, Capo Passero

Spiaggia delle Formiche

Spiaggia delle Formiche

Last but not least, the Beach of Spiaggia delle Formiche, the southernmost point of Sicily.

This is a coastline composed of golden sandy beaches, nestled between promontories overlooking the sea, which of course is blue and transparent.

It is ideal for those who love to dive and enjoy less frequented beaches.


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