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Exploring Italy’s Stunning Beaches by Train: A Guide for Expats

Posted on June 18th, 2024

by Adriana ruiz


Italy’s coastline is a paradise for beach lovers, offering a variety of beautiful beaches accessible by train. For expats living in Italy, the convenience of train travel opens up a world of coastal adventures without the need for a car. Here’s a guide to some of the most spectacular Italian beaches you can easily reach by train.

Sestri Levante, Liguria

Whether you’re interested in history, outdoor adventures, or simply relaxing by the sea, Sestri Levante offers something for everyone. The town, also known as the City of Two Seas, features two picturesque bays: the Bay of Silence (Baia del Silenzio) and the Bay of Fables (Baia delle Favole), divided by an isthmus that connects the promontory, the oldest part of the village, to the mainland.

Local train Station: Sestri Levante.

Beaches in Sestri Levante

Bay of Silence (Baia del Silenzio)

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The Bay of Silence is one of the most enchanting places on the Ligurian Riviera. It features crystal-clear water and fine sand, protected to the west by the massive Punta Manara promontory and surrounded by pastel-colored Ligurian houses and historic buildings. This delicate and precious ecosystem hosts vast meadows of posidonia and a wide variety of marine species, earning it the Blue Flag award for its environmental value. Access is regulated to preserve this unique environment, with visitor numbers limited during peak hours (8:00 AM to 5:00 PM).

Rules for Beach Access:
◦ Do not leave personal belongings unattended for more than 30 minutes.
◦ Do not litter.
◦ Do not use detergents.
◦ Do not remove sand, shells, or stones.
◦ Do not bring animals.

The Italian Naval League of Sestri Levante offers canoeing, rowing, and sailing courses for adults and children, focusing on educational activities in local schools.

Contact:

Phone: 0185.44810
Email: [email protected]

The Bay Aquarium, located at Via Portobello 6, features four tanks showcasing common Mediterranean marine life. It is open daily from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM. For more information, visit or email [email protected].

Bay of Fables (Baia delle Favole)

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The larger bay, the Bay of Fables, was named by TV presenter Enzo Tortora in the late 1950s. This bay hosts the annual Hans Christian Andersen Bay of Fables Literary Prize, Italy’s most prestigious award for children’s literature, inspired by the Danish writer’s stay in Sestri Levante in 1833.

The bay is surrounded by historical and religious buildings, including the Church of San Nicolò dell’Isola, the Basilica of Santa Maria di Nazareth, the Church of the Immaculate Conception, and the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli. These structures reflect the village’s rich cultural heritage and offer a glimpse into its glorious past.

Sun Beach

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After hiking Punta Manara, take a refreshing dip in the sea at Sun Beach. The hike is of intermediate level and takes approximately 2.45 hours. Begin your journey from Sestri Levante’s city center on Via XXV Aprile, just a 5-minute walk from the railway station. Follow Vico del Bottone towards Punta Manara. Take Salita Mandrella on the left, passing through olive trees and vegetable gardens until you reach Casa Mandrella. From there, enjoy a panoramic stroll with magnificent views.

At Colla Mandrella (113 m), follow the right path through Mediterranean vegetation, including olives, oaks, strawberry trees, and maritime pines. Enjoy a break on a bench with a panoramic view or have a picnic. You can find a bivouac shelter at the “spianata del telegrafo,” where the ruins of an ancient watchtower offer a stunning coastal view.

Continuing on a steep brick stairway, you’ll see landscapes of Portofino and Riva Trigoso. On the return path, descend through Ginestra village and Le Rocche, ending on a recently renovated trail overlooking the beach, popular during the high season.

Taormina, Sicily

Located on the eastern coast of Sicily, Taormina offers mesmerizing views of the Ionian Sea and Mount Etna. The town is situated atop a hill about 250 meters (820 feet) above sea level, with a steep rock crowned by a Norman castle rising even higher, providing a striking and picturesque setting.

Getting to Taormina, Sicily by Train

Most journeys to Taormina involve taking a train that includes a ferry crossing across the Strait of Messina. Your train will arrive at Taormina-Giardini Naxos station, located below Taormina itself. From Taormina-Giardini Naxos station, you can reach Taormina town center (centro) by bus. If you purchase a ticket from Trenitalia to Taormina-centro station, the ticket will cover the entire journey.

Beaches in Taormina:

Giardini Naxos

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Giardini Naxos is a coastal town known for being the first Greek colony in Sicily, founded around 734 BC. Today, it’s a modern beach resort town with a lively atmosphere, perfect for families and those seeking a mix of relaxation and exploration.

Legend has it that Naxos was founded by Naxos, a sailor from Chalcis in Greece, who landed here after being blown off course. The town quickly prospered due to its strategic location and fertile land. Over the centuries, Naxos was conquered by various civilizations, including the Romans and the Arabs. Today, it offers a glimpse into Sicily’s rich history alongside modern amenities.

 

Isola Bella:

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Isola Bella is a small island located just off the coast of Taormina. This fascinating little island is a nature reserve, boasting a lush botanical garden with exotic plants and flowers. The island also features the blue grotto and a small beach.

Isola Bella was once owned by a private family who transformed it into a botanical paradise. The island was acquired by the region in the 1990s and is now open to the public. Legend says that Odysseus, the hero of Homer’s Odyssey, encountered sirens near Isola Bella while sailing past Sicily.

How to Get to Isola Bella in Taormina
◦ Cable Car: The cable car station is located on Via Luigi Pirandello, near the Porta Messina gate (main entrance) of Taormina. The journey takes just a few minutes and offers breathtaking views of the coastline and Isola Bella itself. Tickets can be purchased at the station.

◦ Bus: Another good option is the local bus service. Bus line 25 runs from the center of Taormina to Isola Bella, with a travel time of approximately 15 minutes.

◦ Stroll: If you prefer walking, head through Via Pirandello to the viewing point “Belvedere terrace” and follow the path with steps that lead directly to the entrance of Isola Bella.

Mazzarò:

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Mazzarò is a small resort area located north of Taormina. This charming spot offers a beautiful beach with crystal-clear waters and stunning views of the coastline. Mazzarò is known for its relaxed atmosphere and selection of upscale hotels and restaurants.
Mazzarò’s name likely comes from the Arabic word “manzil,” meaning “stopping place.” The area has been a popular destination for relaxation and enjoyment for centuries. In the 19th century, Mazzarò began to develop into a fashionable resort town, attracting wealthy travelers from all over Europe.

How to Get to Mazzarò in Taormina
◦ Cable Car: The cable car station is located on Via Luigi Pirandello, near the Porta Messina gate (main entrance) of Taormina. The journey takes just a few minutes and arrives directly at Mazzarò Beach..

◦ Bus: This is a more budget-friendly option, but it takes longer than the cable car. Take the Interbus toward Messina and get off at the “Mazzarò” stop. From there, it’s a short walk downhill to the beach.

◦ Stroll: To reach Mazzarò beach on foot, start from Piazza IX Aprile in Taormina’s historic center. Head south on the bustling Via Pirandello, lined with shops and cafes. After passing Porta Messina, the main gate, continue down the steeper Via Umberto I. Look for signs for the cable car station, but for a scenic and free alternative, take the stairway on your right that leads directly down to the coast.

Baia delle Sirene (Bay of Sirens):

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Baia delle Sirene is a small cove located south of Taormina. This secluded beach is known for its calm waters and dramatic rock formations. The name “Bay of Sirens” comes from the Greek myth of the Sirens, enchanting creatures who lured sailors to their deaths with their beautiful songs.
Story: According to Homer’s Odyssey, Odysseus and his crew encountered Sirens while sailing past Sicily. Odysseus had his men plug their ears with beeswax and ordered himself to be tied to the mast to resist the Sirens’ seductive song.

How to Get to Baia delle Sirene in Taormina
◦ Bus: This is the most budget-friendly option. Take the Interbus toward Catania and get off at the “Baia delle Sirene” stop. From there, it’s a short walk to the beach (around 10 minutes).

◦ Stroll: Reaching Baia delle Sirene by foot is a challenging 3-kilometer trek with steep inclines, so it’s not for everyone. But if you’re feeling adventurous, follow the route suggested for Mazzarò beach: start at Piazza IX Aprile, head south on Via Pirandello and Via Umberto I, passing Porta Messina. After the cable car station area, continue down the main road instead of turning off. The incline gets steeper, but eventually you’ll arrive in Baia delle Sirene.

Alternative Activities in Taormina:

◦ Explore the Ancient Theatre: Visit the Taormina Greek Theater, an ancient amphitheater with stunning views.
◦ Mount Etna Volcano: Experience an off-road Jeep tour or hike around majestic Mount Etna.
◦ Alcantara Gorge: Hike, swim, or raft through this unique natural formation.
◦ Aeolian Islands: Hop around these beautiful islands from Taormina.
◦ Taormina Castle: Admire the ancient castle and its history.

 

Rimini, Emilia-Romagna

Rimini, a vibrant city on the Adriatic Coast, is a popular summer destination for a reason. With its long stretches of sandy beaches, historical sites, and lively atmosphere, Rimini offers something for everyone.

Local train Station: Rimini.

Beaches in Rimini:

Rimini boasts 15 kilometers of sandy beaches, perfect for soaking up the sun and enjoying the Adriatic Sea. Here are a few popular beaches you can explore:

Marina Centro

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Photo from Hotel Quisisana

The main beach of Rimini, Marina Centro offers a lively atmosphere with numerous beach establishments (stabilimenti balneari) that rent sun loungers, umbrellas, and water sports equipment.

Rimini Bellariva

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North of Marina Centro, Bellariva offers a more relaxed atmosphere with wide, sandy beaches. Here you’ll find families and couples seeking a quieter experience.

Rimini Viserba

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South of Marina Centro, Viserba is another popular beach area with a mix of free public beaches and private beach establishments. Viserba is also known for its nightlife options.

Alternative Activities in Rimini:

◦ Explore the historic center: Rimini has a rich history, evident in its Roman amphitheater, the majestic Tempio Malatestiano church, and the Tiberius Bridge, dating back to the 1st century AD.

◦ Immerse yourself in art and culture: Visit the Museo della Città (City Museum) to learn about Rimini’s history, or explore the beautiful Fellini Park dedicated to the famous Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini.

◦ Day trips to nearby towns: Take a day trip to charming towns like San Marino, a tiny independent republic nestled in the hills, or Ravenna, known for its Byzantine mosaics.

◦ Indulge in delicious food: Rimini offers a fantastic culinary scene. Savor fresh seafood dishes, savor the local Piadina flatbread, or enjoy a traditional pasta meal.

Viareggio, Tuscany

Viareggio, a coastal gem in Tuscany, beckons travelers with its sandy shores, charming atmosphere, and rich artistic heritage.

Local train Station: Viareggio.

Beaches in Viareggio

Viareggio boasts a long stretch of golden sand, perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and enjoying water sports. Here are some popular beaches to explore:

Marina di Viareggio:

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The main beach of Viareggio, Marina di Viareggio offers a lively atmosphere with numerous stabilimenti balneari (beach establishments) renting sun loungers, umbrellas, and water sports equipment.

Spiaggia della Lecciona:

South of Viareggio, Spiaggia della Lecciona offers a more secluded and natural beach experience. This beach is known for its free public access and calmer waters.

Parco Naturale Migliarino San Rossore Massaciuccoli:

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Photo from parchiaperti.it

For nature lovers, explore the northern part of Viareggio’s coast. This protected area features a beautiful beach backed by pine forests, offering a unique blend of sun and nature.

Santa Margherita Ligure, Liguria

Nestled on the Italian Riviera, Santa Margherita Ligure offers stunning coastal beauty, charming streets, and a relaxed atmosphere.

Local train Station: Santa Margherita Ligure-Portofino.

Beaches in Santa Margherita:

Baia di Paraggi:

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Nestled just south of Portofino, Baia di Paraggi offers a captivating escape. This bay boasts crystal-clear waters ideal for swimming, a mix of public and private beaches for relaxation, and charming marinas. Explore the surrounding beauty on scenic walks, rent water equipment for an active adventure, or savor fresh seafood at waterfront restaurants.

To get to Paraggi Beach, start from the center of Santa Margherita Ligure and take the Provincial Road 227 towards Portofino. This is the only drivable link between the two towns. The road stretches for 4 km, carved into the Portofino promontory and hugging the coastline’s natural curves. For the best views, travel by bicycle, motorcycle, or walk along the pedestrian path. You’ll pass the distinctive Scoglio della Carega (or Sedia), enjoy the vistas of Punta Faro, and see the Castello di Paraggi before reaching the beaches of Paraggi or Niasca for a refreshing swim.

Spiaggia Minaglia:

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This historic beach establishment in Santa Margherita Ligure is equipped with umbrellas and sunbeds, offering customers the rental of deck chairs, pedal boats, and canoes. The establishment also features a bar with light dining options. From the municipality of Santa Margherita Ligure, the beach can be easily reached on foot or by bicycle, as it is close to the port and the Santa Margherita Ligure monument.

Alternative Activities in Santa Margherita:

◦ Explore the charming town: Wander through the narrow streets lined with pastel-colored houses, discover local shops and cafes, and soak up the laid-back atmosphere.
◦ Hike the Portofino Peninsula: Lace up your hiking boots and explore the stunning trails of the Portofino Peninsula. Breathtaking views and hidden coves await.
◦ Day trip to Portofino: Take a boat tour or ferry to the exclusive village of Portofino, known for its colorful harbor, upscale boutiques, and luxurious atmosphere.
◦ Boat tour along the coast: Embark on a boat tour and admire the stunning coastline, with its hidden coves, charming villages, and dramatic cliffs.

Monterosso al Mare, Liguria

Monterosso al Mare, nestled within the Cinque Terre National Park, is a charming coastal village known for its stunning beauty, colorful houses, and relaxed atmosphere.

Local train Station: Monterosso al Mare.

Beaches in Monterosso al Mare:

Unlike the other Cinque Terre villages, Monterosso boasts a beautiful and spacious beach, perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and enjoying water sports.

Fegina Beach:

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This long stretch of golden sand is the main beach of Monterosso. It offers both free public areas and private stabilimenti balneari (beach establishments) renting sun loungers and umbrellas. The beach also features a charming seaside promenade lined with shops and restaurants.

Alternative Activities in Monterosso al Mare:

◦ Explore the historic center: Wander through the narrow streets lined with colorful houses, discover local shops and cafes, and soak up the village’s charming atmosphere.
◦ Hike the Cinque Terre trails: Lace up your hiking boots and explore the stunning trails that connect Monterosso to the other villages of Cinque Terre. These cliffside paths offer breathtaking views of the coastline.
◦ Boat tour: Embark on a boat tour and admire the Cinque Terre villages from a different perspective. You can also access hidden coves and secluded beaches only reachable by water.
◦ Visit the Church of San Francesco: This 17th-century church houses a beautiful crucifix by the renowned Flemish painter Van Dyck.

 

Cefalù, Sicily

Cefalù, nestled on the northern coast of Sicily, captivates visitors with its medieval charm, golden beaches, and stunning views of the Tyrrhenian Sea. The iconic Norman Cathedral, perched atop a rocky promontory, adds to the town’s allure.

Local train Station: Cefalù.

Beaches in Cefalù

Spiaggia di Settefrati, also known as Baia dei sette emiri: 

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A picturesque beach renowned for its breathtaking panoramic beauty. The bay is encircled by lush greenery and dotted with small, rugged coves. Numerous rocky formations emerge from the sea, including both low, walkable rocks and impressive faraglioni (sea stacks). The crystal-clear, transparent waters teem with a rich variety of fish, making it an ideal spot for snorkeling and enjoying the serene natural environment. This idyllic setting offers a perfect escape for nature lovers and beachgoers alike.

Spiaggia di Cefalù: 

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This is the main beach in Cefalù, located right in front of the town’s historic center. It’s known for its golden sand, clear blue waters, and convenient amenities such as beach clubs, restaurants, and bars. The backdrop of the town’s medieval architecture and the towering La Rocca add to its charm, making it a perfect spot for both relaxation and sightseeing.

Caldura Beach: 

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Located a short distance from the center of Cefalù, Caldura Beach is a bit more secluded and tranquil. This pebbly beach is surrounded by rocky cliffs and lush vegetation, offering stunning views and a more intimate atmosphere. It’s ideal for those looking to escape the crowds and enjoy some peaceful sunbathing or snorkeling.

 

Alternative Activities in Cefalù

◦ Hike to La Rocca: Head up to La Rocca for stunning views over the sea. The hike is rewarding, and the panoramic vistas are worth the effort.

◦ Wine Tasting in Madonie Mountains: Join a wine tasting tour in the Madonie Mountains. Sicily is known for its excellent wines, and this experience allows you to savor local flavors.

◦ Sail the Seas: Consider a four-hour sailing tour to explore the coastline from a different perspective.

◦ Hike Etna: For adventure seekers, hiking up the active volcano Mount Etna is an unforgettable experience.

 

Camogli, Liguria

Located on the western side of the Portofino peninsula in Liguria, Camogli charms visitors with its vivid, multicolored houses. The picturesque landscape is further enhanced by the remnants of a medieval castle. The 12th-century Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta, situated on an ancient rock-island, once stood at the core of the village’s political and religious life. The combination of the sea, beach, and colorful buildings makes Camogli a captivating coastal destination.

Local train Station: Camogli-S. Fruttuoso.

Beaches in Camogli

Camogli Beach:

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Camogli Beach is an ideal spot for leisurely sunbathing and unwinding. Visitors can relax on the golden sands and take a dip in the clear waters, which are perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Along the beach, a charming promenade is lined with inviting cafes, gelato shops, and seafood restaurants, offering plenty of options for refreshments and meals. The beach is beautifully framed by the iconic pastel-colored houses that overlook the shoreline, adding to the picturesque and relaxing atmosphere of this coastal gem.

San Fruttuoso:

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San Fruttuoso is a picturesque beach located in the charming fishing village of San Fruttuoso, nestled between Camogli and Portofino. Accessible only by foot or sea, its lush greenery, crystal-clear waters, and the medieval San Fruttuoso Abbey create a magical atmosphere. Divers are drawn to this spot for the “Christ of the Abyss” statue, which has been submerged since 1954 to honor scuba pioneer Dario Gonzatti. This underwater sculpture adds to the beach’s allure. The white sand beach, framed by steep cliffs, provides shelter from strong winds, making it an ideal spot for sunbathing, swimming, and snorkeling.

Punta Chiappa Beach:

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Located within the Portofino Regional Natural Park and the municipality of Camogli, offers a serene and relaxing escape in a pristine coastal area. You can reach Punta Chiappa on foot along a trail in the Portofino Natural Park or by sea. The path begins at a small dead-end road off Viale Cuneo, directly opposite the Carabinieri barracks. This is Via San Bartolomeo, a mule track that ascends into the interior, initially following the course of the Gentile stream. The walking time is approximately 30 to 60 minutes at a regular pace.

Alternative Activities in Camogli

◦ Explore the Medieval Past: Discover the remnants of the once-powerful medieval castle that stood guard over the village. Unveil the history of the 12th-century Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta, a former heart of the town’s religious and political life.
◦ Boat Tours and Kayaking: Take in the stunning coastline from a different perspective. Embark on a boat tour or rent a kayak to explore hidden coves, secluded beaches, and the dramatic rock formations along the shore.
◦ Festivals and Events: Time your visit to coincide with a local festival. The “Sagra del Pesce” (Fish Festival) held on the second Sunday of May is a must for seafood lovers, offering a chance to experience the town’s vibrant traditions and culinary heritage.

 

Whether you’re an expat or a traveler, these destinations provide a perfect blend of relaxation, culture, and natural beauty, all accessible without the need for a car. What other beaches would you add to this list? Share your favorite coastal spots and let us know why they deserve a visit!

 

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