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The 20 Best Beaches in Italy for Children


Finally summer has arrived, and with it the desire for sea and sun becomes more and more intense, both for adults and for children. And if you are still undecided on the seaside destinations where you can spend the summer with the whole family, we at ForTravelAdviceLovers will come to your aid, proposing the 20 best beaches in Italy for children.

Comfortable and spacious beaches, unspoiled nature and shallow, clear waters, ideal for enjoying a well-deserved holiday with your children, where they too can have fun in complete tranquility. Are you ready to discover them?



Index

  1. La Pelosa Stintino - Sardinia
  2. The "velvet beach" of Senigallia - Marche
  3. Marina di Ugento - Puglia
  4. Su Giudeu della Baia di Chia - Sardinia
  5. Vasto Marina - Abruzzo
  6. Marina di Grosseto - Tuscany
  7. Lido di Sabaudia - Lazio
  8. Tre Fontane, Trapani - Sicily
  9. Bovalino beach - Reggio Calabria
  10. Marina di Pescoluse - Apulia
  11. Capo Coda Cavallo - Sardinia
  12. Lignano Sabbiadoro - Friuli Venezia Giulia
  13. Saline di Palinuro beach - Campania
  14. Marina di Pisticci - Basilicata
  15. San Vito Lo Capo - Sicily
  16. Casuzze di Ragusa - Sicily
  17. Marina di Lizzano - Puglia
  18. Marina di Orosei - Sardinia
  19. Portopalo di Menfi - Sicily
  20. Cala Domestica - Sardinia
  21. User questions and comments

1 - La Pelosa Stintino - Sardinia

One of the most famous beaches in the world, for its white sand and crystal clear sea as well one of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia, is confirmed to be an ideal destination for families, thanks to its facilities, the wide and comfortable beach, the shallow and transparent water.



  • Typology: Sand
  • Entrance: Free but with the presence of factories
  • Driving directions: From Sassari take the SS 131, direction Porto Torres, then continue to Stintino. Before arriving in the village, before the Spanish Tower, take an asphalted road that leads to the Saline beach. There are also shuttle services from Stintino that take you to the beach.

2 - The "velvet beach" of Senigallia - Marche

Senigallia is the ideal destination for a beach holiday in the name of relaxation for families. And its beach, as the name suggests, is very soft, with impalpable sand, and is also equipped with all the services that can help families entertain the little ones (nursery, games, etc.). The seabed is shallow, suitable for children to play in the water in complete tranquility. The campground makes it the ideal destination for a holiday immersed in nature.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Entrance: for a fee.
  • Driving directions: Senigallia is easily accessible by car and train. By car, take the A14, exit Bologna-Bari. By train Milan-Lecce line, Ancona-Rome line, Falconara Marittima station.

3 - Marina di Ugento - Puglia

Salento is a destination full of charm, characterized by a crystalline sea (it is in fact known as the Maldives of Italy) and white beaches. And the area of Marina of Ugento it is among the most beautiful in Salento, with its wide and spacious beaches, with fine sand and crystal clear waters, and it is also an excellent destination for families both for the comfort of the spaces and for the services offered.



  • Typology: Sand
  • Free admission
  • Driving directions: by train you can easily reach Lecce with the connection, and then choosing the Lecce-Ugento route, via the South-East Railways. By car, you can arrive via the A14 or A16, and before entering Lecce, take the exit for Gallipoli. Once in Gallipoli, after passing Baia Verde, take the SP239 coast road.

4 - Su Giudeu della Baia di Chia - Sardinia

La Chia Bay it is a real paradise for those looking for relaxation and relaxation a sea that cannot be clearer: water at the right temperature and not too deep seabed make it one of the ideal destinations for a holiday with children, and obviously for their parents. The long beach of fine sand and the wealth of services offered in the area allow children to spend a day at the beach between games and swims, in complete tranquility.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Free admission
  • Driving directions: to get to Su Giudeu take the panoramic State Road 195, follow the signs to the beach.

5 - Vasto Marina - Abruzzo

The Beach of extensive it is set inside the large gulf of the same name: it is a 6 km long sandy beach that reaches San Salvo. From here you can also quickly reach the reserve of Punta Aderci, with a magnificent beach immersed in the Mediterranean scrub. The clear, calm and shallow waters, the wide sandy beach and the warm welcome make it a perfect destination for a pleasant family vacation.



  • Typology: Sand
  • Entrance: For a fee, equipped beach.
  • Driving directions: by car, via the A14 or A24 motorway, exit Vasto nord or Vasto sud.

6 - Marina di Grosseto - Tuscany

In the heart of Maremma, is one of the most famous places in Tuscany, characterized by a large beach immersed in one beautiful pine forest, which allows you to enjoy many shaded areas, cycle paths and picnic areas.

The many services and infrastructures offered in the area, hotels and campsites in the first place, the wide and quiet sandy beaches, and the shallow waters are the main features that make Marina di Grosseto an ideal destination for families with small children.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Entrance: for a fee, equipped beach, and free beach.
  • Driving directions: by car you arrive on the highway, via A1 or A12, then take the SS Aurelia towards Grosseto, then follow the signs for Marina (SS 322).

7 - Lido di Sabaudia - Lazio

Not far from Rome, in the area of Lido of Latina and immersed in Circeo National Park, find the fantastic beaches of Sabaudia. A very long beach characterized by very fine and soft sand and surrounded by dunes, well equipped. The shallows allow all families to fully experience a relaxing holiday.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Entrance: For a fee, equipped beach.
  • Driving directions: by car the area is connected to Rome through the SS Pontina which leads to the city, then follow the signs for Lido.

8 - Tre Fontane, Trapani - Sicily

Awarded the Green flag, and therefore one of the 25 beaches in Italy suitable for children, Three Fountains, an enchanting seaside village, is characterized by a long and wide stretch of beach made of fine sand, and with a crystal clear sea which is characterized by a very shallow water at least for 300 meters. The wide beach allows you to have a lot of space, and the numerous accommodation facilities allow you to satisfy every kind of comfort during a day at sea.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Entrance: Free and paid, equipped beach.
  • Driving directions: by car from Palermo through the A19 motorway, Campobello di Marzana exit, then SS 115 towards Trapani.

9 - Bovalino Beach - Reggio Calabria

It is one of the most characteristic beaches of the Jonio Reggino, at the gates of the town of Bovalino, a real oasis of tranquility, where you can enjoy well-deserved relaxation with your family away from mass tourism. The long uncontaminated beach, the crystal clear sea and the shallow water, are what make this beach an ideal destination for those traveling with children.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Free admission
  • Directions: by car you can reach Bovalino through the A3, exit Rosarno and continue on SS 106 up to Grotteria Mari

10 - Marina di Pescoluse - Puglia

Marina di Pescoluse is probably one of the most beautiful points of Salento, located to the south, on the stretch of the Ionian coast between Pali Tower e Torre Vado: the wide beach of white and impalpable sand, the clear and shallow waters, the dunes and the splendid vegetation that surround it, make it one of the most attractive destinations for a wonderful holiday with children. The advice is to go to June o September: this way you can enjoy this wonder without the crowds of August.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Free admission
  • Driving directions: by car, take the A14 or A16 to Bari, then take the freeway to Lecce. Before entering Lecce, take the Tangenziale Ovest to Gallipoli and exit at the Gallipoli junction, at that point continue on the state road 101 towards Santa Maria di Leuca and take the exit for Salve.

11 - Capo Coda Cavallo - Sardinia

It goes back to the Sardinia crystal clear waters, on the promontory of Capo Coda Cavallo; located to the north, in the Olbia area, do not miss the two magnificent beaches that overlook a breathtaking panorama, that ofTavolara island. Thanks to its white beach of fine sand and the transparent and calm sea, Capo Coda Cavallo is an ideal destination for both adults and children.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Free admission
  • Driving directions: By car from Olbia take the coastal road southwards, towards San Teodoro-Siniscola. After 1 km from Monte Petrosu, turn left towards the Capo Coda Cavallo peninsula.

12 - Lignano Sabbiadoro - Friuli Venezia Giulia

One of the most famous destinations of Italian seaside tourism, Lignano Sabbiadoro is confirmed as one of the most suitable destinations for families with small children, thanks to its golden beach, hence the name, 8 km long and equipped with all the necessary services and comforts to allow families to enjoy a holiday of pure relaxation.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Entrance: For a fee, equipped beach
  • Driving directions: By car via A4 or A23, exit Latisana. Then continue on the SS 354 towards Lignano for about 18 km.

13 - Beach of the Saline di Palinuro - Campania

We are in the heart of the National Park of Cilento, an area full of charm and beauty, and the Saline beach it is located in the northern part of Palinuro. It is a beautiful beach of soft golden sand, ideal as a destination for families with small children, thanks to its splendid transparent waters and shallow waters, which allow children to play in the water in complete tranquility.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Free admission
  • Driving directions: By car, take the A1, take the junction for Salerno and the A3 towards Reggio Calabria, exit Battipaglia. From here take the SS 18 and exit at Poderia.

14 - Marina di Pisticci - Basilicata

One of the most popular holiday destinations along the Ionian coast, Marina of Pisticci it offers 8 km of coastline equipped with excellent services, suitable for families with children. The sea, from transparent waters, it is protected from the currents and is always very calm, ideal for allowing children to play in the water, and for parents to enjoy well-deserved relaxation.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Entrance: for a fee, equipped beach
  • Directions: By car via the A14, from Taranto Marina di Pisticci towards Reggio Calabria; A1 and A3 motorway, exit Sicignano del Alburni, from here the Basentana highway towards Metaponto.

15 - San Vito Lo Capo - Sicily

The Beach of San Vito Lo Capo is in an enchanting area of ​​Sicily, between Zingaro Nature Reserve and that of Mount Cofano, and is an ideal destination for families with children thanks to the presence of facilities suitable for welcoming children, and many areas dedicated to them. A long white beach of fine and soft sand, and the crystalline sea without currents, ensure relaxation for the whole family.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Free admission
  • Directions: by car, from Trapani take the picturesque coastal road that leads directly to San Vito Lo Capo; from Palermo take the E90 motorway to Castellamare del Golfo, from here take the SS 187 and then 16 to San Vito Lo Capo.

16 - Casuzze di Ragusa - Sicily

On the Ragusa coast, not to be missed is the small village of Casuzze. The whole area of Marina di Ragusa it is one of the most renowned and equipped areas of the south-western coast of Sicily. The beach of Casuzze, with its impalpable white sand, is sheltered from the winds of the north and west, and the transparent and calm sea, makes it suitable for all families with small children.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Free admission
  • Driving directions: By car from Palermo take the A19 towards Catania, exit Caltanissetta. From here take the SS 626 and then 115, towards Ragusa.

17 - Marina di Lizzano - Puglia

We move to the province of Taranto, with the beautiful beach of Marina di Lizzano, which extends for almost 7 km along the Salento coast. Characterized by light sand, with a rather wide beach, the beach is particularly suitable for families, thanks to its very shallow water, and the presence of structures suitable to satisfy every need. The sandy landscape alternates at times with rocks and dunes.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Entrance: For a fee, equipped beach
  • Driving directions: by car from Taranto via the provincial road 123 to Marina di Lizzano.

18 - Marina di Orosei - Sardinia

In the province of Nuoro, one of the most beautiful areas of Sardinia, characterized by crystal clear waters and white beaches. The beach of Marina of Orosei it is 2km long, and the two best beaches for children are Berchida, whose very shallow waters allow children to play safely, and Bidderosa, where you will find a fantastic pine forest, ideal for cooling off in the hottest hours and for a picnic surrounded by greenery.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Free admission
  • Directions: by car the beach is easily reachable via the SS 125, just before the town of Orosei, turn onto the via del mare and proceed for about 1 km.

19 - Portopalo di Menfi - Sicily

It is a quaint fishing village, and is one of the liveliest seaside resorts in the Eastern Sicily. The beach, which stretches for almost 10 km, is enchanting with its own fine white sand, characterized by the presence of dunes.The clear waters shallow waters allow the whole family to enjoy a magnificent day of sea and sun. And in the surroundings, don't miss the magnificent fish restaurants.

  • Typology: Sand
  • Free admission
  • Driving directions: By car from Palermo via A29 towards Mazara del Vallo, Castelvetrano exit; then take the SS 115 towards Sciacca, exit Menfi.

20 - Cala Domestica - Sardinia

We conclude this review of Italian beaches for children by returning to Sardinia, in the wonderful beach of Cala Domestica, located on the southwestern coast, in the Carbonia-Iglesias area. This cove is located in a former mining area, and is characterized by a fine sand, mixed with gravel, with some scattered rocks, and is surrounded by dunes, dotted with Mediterranean scrub. The beach is very large and well equipped, and the waters are low, so as to allow children to swim and play in peace.

  • Type: Sand, with scattered rocks
  • Free admission
  • Directions: By car you can easily reach it through the SS 83, continuing south after Buggerru you will find the signs for the beach.
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