Summer heat? Go to the beach! The best ones near Rome revealed

Rome can be really hot in July and August. But don’t panic: the Eternal City  is also near to many beautiful beaches that you can’t miss. You can reach them by bus, by train or by car.

Ready to discover the best ones with us?

ANZIO 

The best-known beach in this beautiful city is called “Grotte di Nerone” because it is dominated by the ruins of the famous Roman emperor’s villa. Nero used to spend his holidays there. The water is clean and you can also sunbathe looking at a piece of history. During the night the amazing historical center of Nettuno (which is very close to Anzio)  will give you nice moments of pleasure: it is full of reasturants, bars and pubs.

SABAUDIA

We are sure you have already heard about Sabaudia. Wide beaches, very clean water, cool bars? Yes, that’s it! It is a very famous place because a lot of Italian celebrities go there for their holidays. From this wonderful (and long) beach you can also see the Circe’s Mountain. Probably one of the most beautiful place in the Lazio region. It takes one hour and a half by car to get there, but it is completely worth it.

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Sabaudia

OSTIA

It’s the nearest beach to Rome: even it’s not the nicest one, it has at least two qualities. You can visit the archeological site of Ostia Antica before going to the beach and there are a lot of lovely bars and restaurants on the seafront. Maybe there’s nothing compares to a frozen beer while loooking at the sea. Just try!

Ostia Beach (Photo credit: atreboroby-Instagram)

Ostia Beach (Photo credit: atreboroby-Instagram)

FREGENE

It’s a bit farther than Ostia, but don’t care about the distance, because it is also the coolest place of this area. It’s easy to understand why: the Roman movida is always here. At the Singita Miracle Beach you can experience real ‘Summer parties’ and live unforgivable moments. Sun, relax and fun: what else?

Fregene Beach (Photo credit: givirebel-Instagram),

Fregene Beach (Photo credit: givirebel-Instagram),

Your stay in Rome from another point of view. You’ll love it even more.

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