Travel: Italy’s Exotic Beaches In Off-Season

I hardly believe there is an off-season when it comes to Italy. But if you’ve been, you can actually tell the difference in some parts of the country. Mostly along the coast – the tourists have tapered off and the locals seem to be taking a much-needed break from the hustle and bustle.

Enter – me and whoever I am travelling with in late September or anytime in October or November – always interested in exploring the coastal towns in off-season, no matter if buses, trains and ferries have adjusted their schedules according to off-season runs.  I love having a place nearly all to myself,  with ideal climate and quiet. See what I mean:

Fort Dei Marmi, Lucca
San Vito Lo Capo Sicily
Monte Argentario, Tuscany
Otrano, Puglia Beach
San Fruttuoso, Portofino
Sansone beach, Tuscany
Tropea_Calabria
Viagiero, Tuscany
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