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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 Tuscany landscape, recognisable as the background of countless Renaissance Madonnas, remains relatively unspoiled, dotted with ancient farmhouses which have been beautifully restored. Medieval hill-top villages such as Montalcino and Pienza seem completely untouched by time. Foodies will rejoice at the superlative Tuscan food and wine on offer in the many restaurants and wine bars. It is the perfect landscape for exploring, particularly outside of the hot and crowded summer months.
Manarola is one of the oldest towns in the Cinque Terre, and arguably one of the most beautiful. It
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.