beach holiday, anyone? Then the close-by Italy. The Land of Pasta and Pizza has more than 7500 beaches, and unique Islands such as Sicily. While most of the tourists sunbathing on the Adriatic coast between Jesolo and Rimini, you can forget the other regions, where there are impressive bays, which not everyone knows.

Spiaggia dei Conigli, Lampedusa (rabbit beach)

Although the beach rabbit beach means dei Conigli translated, this is the beach to see no rabbits. With his name, the Bay attracts a lot of interested customers. The coast is one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe, because the turquoise water is simply unbeatable.

Spiaggia della Pelosa, Sardinia

Sardinia’s La Pelosa beach in Stintino. The bright blue water attracts in the high season many tourists. The best time to visit this place in the off-season, before July and after August.

Cala Mariolu, Sardinia

In the North of Sardinia is Cala Mariolu. Here is something for everyone: fine white Sand, a shallow sea floor, and a unique underwater world for divers. The catch? The beach of Cala Mariolu is only by foot or by boat, and in the afternoon he is quickly in the shade.

Cala Rossa, Favignana

of Sicily, the island of Favignana, lies to the West. The unique Bay of Cala Rossa, considered to be the most beautiful of the island. There are two small bays of Sicily with the ferry. However, there is no sandy beach, and only a limited space for sunbathing. The easiest way to the beach to enjoy from the boat.

Spiaggia Porto Selvaggio, Puglia

In the city of Lecce Spiaggia Porto Selvaggio is hidden. The Bay has no sandy beach, but it is in the middle of the Green. The space on the rocks is limited, and you absolutely have to be in the early morning so you catch a good spot. But the rush is worth it: The regional Park of Porto Selvaggio is a 400-hectare large nature reserve and offers a wonderful atmosphere.

Isola Bella, Sicily

The Isola Bella is an island which is a sandbar accessible. Around the small island of glass-clear water. The soil is composed of rocks. Water shoes are recommended, and it is to be expected with a big tourist rush to.

Spiaggia Rosa, Budelli

In Budelli island, a small island off Sardinia, waiting for a special Highlight: pink Sand! The unusual colour comes from the shell remains of a coral, which are transported by sea grasses. As the visitors stretched the beach, however, more and more Verd, he was blocked. Nevertheless, you can admire the natural spectacle from a distance or from a boat.