The best beach hotels in Italy
From North to South, a broad variety of charming places to spend the summer holidays
Also for in 2015, the famous Italian website for travel and tourism business Trivago keeps its tradition of providing the list of the best Italian hotels close to the beach. Its attention for particulars is highlighted by the classification per region, singling out the best places standing as an optimal compromise between comforts, location and services. Let us explore some of these beach hotels into details.
In the famous Lignano Sabbiadoro, Hotel Marin represents a local symbol. Present since several decades, the family business offers a private beach and a cosy swimming pool within its majestic garden.
In Abruzzi, Hotel Ambasciatori (Pineto) offers a breathtaking private beach and a variety of rooms facing the seafront but also the blooming garden. At the same time, the management does not neglect local traditions, providing the guests with a wide menu, entirely based upon Abruzzi products.
In Basilicata, Hotel Murman is famous for its breakfast, which stands out as a real treat for its customers. Moreover, the structure with its 31 rooms is very close to the beautiful beach of Maratea.
In Calabria, Hotel Praia Art Resort (Capo Rizzuto) is a comfortable 5 stars hotel, whose 15 rooms are finely decorated with handicraft local products. In addition, the white sand beach and the SPA inside the structure make it extraordinary.
In Sicily, Ata Hotel Capotaormina (Taormina) stands out for its uniqueness. Its 190 rooms are included in a structure built in the charming Naxos bay.
But the list does not finish here. Other suggestive places are dispatched throughout the Bel Paese. Among the most luxurious ones the Almar Jesolo Resort (Veneto) with its 4 categories of room along with UNA Hotel Versilia (Tuscany), equipped with a fascinating roof garden.
Finally, Resort Valle dell'Erica Thalasso & SPA (Sardinia) seems the best location for all those who are pickier. In fact, it offers a beach 1400 km wide where to enjoy both sand and rocks.