Sicily is washed by 3 seas: the Ionian, Tyrrhenian and Mediterranean. If you wish, you can swim in each of them, since the coastline with a length of about 1000 km allows you to find the perfect beach. For several years in a row, Marina di Ragusa, Santa Maria del Focallo and Pozzallo have been proud owners of the Blue Flag. These beaches are recognized as the cleanest in Europe.
WHEN IS BETTER TO COME?
The peak season is in July and August. The resorts are crowded, restaurants are packed with tourists, and hotels are overpriced. Therefore, if you want to relax in complete silence, enjoy the splash of waves and nature, it is better to come to Sicily from early May to June or September until the last days of November. Continue reading
Most tourists come to Bali for the beautiful beaches that nature has created for millennia. One likes soft sand in the south, others prefer black volcanic sand in the west, while others go for tranquil calm to the east, where fishing villages thrive on the coastline. Kuta, Sanur and Nusa Dua are favorite resorts crowded with vacationers. There are still hidden places where crowds of people have not yet reached.
Perasi is also known by the names “White Beach” or “Secret Beach”. It stretches between 2 hills separating the villages of Bugbug and Perasi. The latter gave the name to the sugar-colored coastline, Continue reading
Looking at the picturesque coast of Sorrento, it is hard to believe that these beauties are of natural origin: rocks of bizarre shapes, fragrant citrus trees, a warm sea playing with sapphire and turquoise hues, and sparkling southern sun. The local species inspired artists and poets from around the world. Sorrento called Goethe, Nietzsche, Rossini, Stendhal, Dickens and many other prominent people their home. Representatives of the royal dynasties, wealthy businessmen from Europe and America consider it a good form to have a modest villa in this unusual area.
The city of Sorrento perched on the rocks, so the descent to the Gulf of Naples cannot be called simple. Bathers will have to go along steep paths or go down stairs, but tourists quickly get used to minor inconveniences that cannot ruin the long-awaited vacation. Continue reading