So, look at these dreamy beaches , some of the best ones in Italy ( that's my Country )
Cala Goloritzé, Sardinia
Cala Goloritzé is one of Italy’s most enduringly famous beaches, located at the base of a ravine on Sardinia's idyllic northeastern coast. It’s tiny, but no less beautiful with its limestone cliffs, soft ivory sand, and striking, blue-green ocean. In fact, it's so special that it was made a UNESCO site in 1995.
Marasusa Beach is located in the town of Tropea, widely regarded as the jewel of Calabria and christened “La Costa degli Dei”—the Coast of the Gods. It’s easy to see why deities would approve: Marasusa is home to scenic cliffs, pristine white sand, and calm, clear waters.
Cala Granara, Spargi
Located on Isola di Spargi in the Maddalena Archipelago, Cala Granara could almost be mistaken for a tropical Tahitian beach . It’s not flanked by dramatic cliffs like many Italian beaches; instead, it’s backed by palms and lush island plants. The shallow turquoise waters are perfect for snorkeling and the silvery sand begs for all-day sunbathing.
Cala Pulcino, Lampedusa
The picturesque Cala Pulcino is located on Lampedusa, the largest of the Italian Pelagie Islands. You’ll need to spend half an hour hiking over rocks and through thick vegetation to get there, but upon arrival you’ll be rewarded with powdery sand, spectacular views, and the endless blue Mediterranean stretching into the distance.