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5 Secret Beaches in Italy...Summer in Italy means two things: sole e mare — sun and sea. Surrounded by the Mediterranean, Italy borders water on three sides. Italy in fact touches a total of 4 seas – the Tyrrhenian to the west, the Adriatic on the east, the Ionian in the south, and the Ligurian in the north.  The Bel Paese is home to myriad marine isles, including the two biggest ones in the Mediterranean, Sicily and Sardinia.   With 7,600 kilometers of shoreline, it’s no surprise Italians flee to the sea at summer time.  American travelers are tempted too by Italy’s coasts.  Each summer, hundreds of thousands flock to the Cinque Terre and the Amalfi Coast — lured by crystal-clear water and postcard-perfect towns. But, beaches abound beyond Italy’s tourist-packed swimming spots. Indeed, some of the country’s most breathtaking beaches are barely known to foreigners. Travelers to Italy can stroll untouched beaches, visiting fishing villages and diving in blue-green bays.  While some regions feature fine white sand, cliffs rise from sapphire seas elsewhere in the country. Below, we’ve

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