Unknown coastal towns in Italy


Italy is renowned all over the world for its beautiful coastal towns, such as Positano, Portofino, Riccione and Taormina. Travellers from every corner of the planet go to Italy to see those places and experience the Italian culture.

This is both a positive and a negative thing. Indeed, those seaside towns are so popular that most of the time are packed with tourists. They are all stunning of course, but they are also quite crowded.

What is I told you that there are other Italian coastal towns that are equally beautiful and less popular than the previous ones?

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Since we personally visited most of the places mentioned in this article, we can confirm that the following villages all feature a truly Italian atmosphere. Besides, thanks to the fact that they are be off-the-tourist-trail, they are peaceful and quiet.

If you wish to live like a local and eat local delicacies while surrounded by only locals, then you must go visit the villages mentioned below.


Castiglione della Pescaia, Tuscany


Arzachena, Sardinia


Sperlonga, Lazio


Arenzano, Liguria


Atrani, Campania


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