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Beach and Lake Resorts close to Rome

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S.Felice Circeo

Beach and Sea Safety

Supervised beaches in Italy have a system of coloured flags to let the public know about the swimming conditions. The code is:

Green = Safe to swim 

Yellow = Caution 

Red = Danger 

Double Red Flag = Swimming forbidden

Purple  =  Marine pest present (jelly fish etc.)

Most beaches in Italy are private, though there are free beaches (spiaggia libera) as well.  Some of them are equipped with showers and public toilets. Private beaches rent out sunbeds (lettino) and parasols (ombrellone) and they tend to be cleaner than free beaches. 

Italy lies in the Mediterranean Sea, however the waters of the Adriatic Sea (part of the Mediterranean) run the length of the east coast.  

The Blue Flag (Bandiera Blu) http://www.blueflag.org/

is an eco label award for beaches with good practices in terms of water quality, environmental management, safety & services and environmental education. It was introduced in France in 1985 under the name "Pavillon Bleu" and is now used in 41 countries across the world. 

To find a Blue Flag Beach in Italy visit:

http://www.blueflag.org/Menu/Blue+Flag+beaches%2fmarinas/2010/Northern+Hemisphere/Italy

For more info about beaches in Italy visit: 

 http://www.italiantourism.com/beaches4.html 

Via Litoranea Km 8 - Ostia South - Capocotta

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Isola di Ponza

Sperlonga

Fregene

Sabaudia

Terracina

San Circeo Felice

Gaeta

Isola di Ponza

Ventotene

Ferry to Pontine Islands

Monte Argentario

Isola del Giglio

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Procida

Procida

Short let in Procida

Ischia

Capri

Lake Bracciano

Lake Castel Gandolfo

Lake Trasimeno

Lago di Vico

Bau beach - for pets !

Thermae & Spa

Weather

Nudist Beaches
 
CAPOCOTTA (Roma)
La spiaggia di 'Capocotta' beach , about 10 Km south of Ostia direction Tor Vaianica, is one of the most notorius nudist beaches of Italy dating back the years '70.
 
SPERLONGA (Latina)
Near the' Grotte di Tiberio' and the 'Argonauta' beach.
 

L'ARENAUTA (Latina)

This beach started to became popular in the middle '70 when it was reachable only by narrow country paths.
You have to leave the car near some hotels in Torre S.Agostino along the coast road from Sperlonga to Gaeta. Go down and go to the south end.
 
SANTA SEVERA (Civitavecchia)

Take a right at the Santa Severa castle. Cross first the public beach and then the archeological site. Walk for about 15 min.

If you go too far you will come to the WWF beach with many tourists and park guards.
 
FARFA (Rieti)
From Farfa to Granica after the bridge to the right. Park in the parking lot and walk to the river beach.