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Italy’s Most Beautiful Beaches

by Krisanne Fordham
Thought Capri was nice? You ain’t seen nothing yet. From Sicily to Liguria, we handpicked 12 of Italy’s most stunning beaches. You’re welcome.
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    Calabria, Italy - Marasusa Beach is located in the pretty town of Tropea, regarded widely as the jewel of Calabria and christened “La Costa degli ...

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    Isola di Spargi in the Maddalena Archipelago, Cala Granara

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    Thought Capri was nice? You ain’t seen nothing yet. From Sicily to Liguria, we handpicked 12 of Italy’s most stunning beaches. You’re welcome.

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