CALA GRANARA Sardinia Located on Isola di Spargi in the Maddalena Archipelago, Cala Granara could almost be mistaken for a tropical Tahitian beach. It’s not flanked by dramatic cliffs like many Italian beaches; instead, it’s backed by palms and lush island plants. The shallow turquoise waters are perfect for snorkeling and the silvery sand begs for sunbathers.
The Most Beautiful Coastal Towns in Italy - Condé Nast TravelerCamogli ShareGrid View The small Italian fishing village nestled on the Italian Riviera isn't just pretty—it's surprisingly happening, too. In addition to rows of candy-colored homes, there's a small harbor with shops and restaurants, a carousel near the water, and a big square where children can play and adults can sip coffee and people-watch.
Tropea - Calabria, Italy - I stayed between Tropea and Capo Vaticano. Tropea is a lovely old town sitting on a hilltop with narrow winding streets. Below the town is a long stretch of golden beaches. Capo Vaticano is further down the coast and has spectacular scenery, golden beaches and emerald green seas - more of a resort area with many hotels, bars, restaurants etc.