Most sun-seeking visitors to Italy make a beeline for the obvious coastal getaways: Capri, Amalfi and the Cinque Terre. But beyond these famous shorelines, Italy abounds with equally beautiful and tourist-free beaches, in places you’d never expect. From the Tuscan countryside to the craggy cliffs of Marches, you’ll find many spectacular hidden beaches - that you’ll have all to yourself.
Spiaggia delle Due Sorelle
Spiaggia delle Due Sorelle, or the “Beach of the Two Sisters,” is part of central Italy’s Riviera del Conero, a picturesque swath of coast largely overshadowed by the more popular Italian Riviera, home to Portofino, Lerici and the Cinque Terre.
Spiaggia del Due Sorelle is only accessible by boat from Numana and, as a result, remains refreshingly undeveloped. You won’t find any food vendors, snorkel gear rentals or shower facilities here - just soaring limestone cliffs, silvery sand and the cool, translucent waters of the Adriatic. […]
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