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July 13, 2011


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Celia Prosecchino

I am quite minimalist when it comes to my beach bag and just pack my pareo
as I often just like to walk, then swim where the mood takes me in the late afternoon. It is a great way to cool off at the end of a hot working day. Our nearest beaches are long and sandy but if I go a little further , I can have the rocky coast or indeed pop over to an Isalnd. Pure bliss.

Jessica Orquina

I have never been to a beach in Italy, but after looking at your pictures I want to go today! :-)


I agree with Jessica.


Great photos! I'd love to visit the beaches of Italy one day...I'll keep your fashion advice in mind when I do!


Oooohh I love Scopello... isn't it beautiful? My favourite Sicilian beaches are San Vito Lo Capo and Lo Zingaro! <3 They are AMAZING!


I haven't been to a beach in Italy in a very long time. Your photos and writing always make me want to change that sometime SOON. Belles trip to Sardinia?

Panglao resort

Wow! I love it. Such a Beautiful scenery. Hope to visit Italy next year. Thanks for sharing.:)

Christian J.M.

Oh my God, what a beautiful scenery! I know Italy famous because its cuisine, but I don't know they also have a beautiful beaches like this. Wanna visit there soon.. :)

Donna Parsley

Wow, I like the scenery of Italian beaches. They are very different from those in Miami and Rio. Anyway, my beach bag essentials include my bikini, towel, beach dresses, sunblock lotion, and water-proof camera. Aside from Italy, I also want to see the Southeast Asian beaches, particularly those in Phuket and Bali.

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