Beaches Rome


 

Find the best beaches in Rome

In Rome, you can feel the sea breeze drifting in from the nearby coast that tempts you out to the seaside! While there are no Rome beaches, there are a number of beautiful beaches in the surrounding Lazio region that are easily reached by car or train from the capital.

Ostia Lido

Known for its beautiful dark sand, Ostia Lido is a great place for a Rome beach trip. It's got a nice boardwalk that leads you to several public beaches, and a private beach is available for a small entry fee. To get there by train, take Metro line B to Magliana and then get the Ostia Lido train in the direction of Cristoforo Columbo. You'll be there in just half an hour.

Fregene

This beach area attracts plenty of locals from Rome, as it’s the closest to the city itself. Just 20 minutes' drive from Fiumicino Airport, there are several very clean beaches here which won't be too crowded outside July and August. There are also a number of restaurants and fun disco bars where you can round out a fun beach day trip from Rome.

Sperlonga

If you're looking for a Rome beach holiday, Sperlonga is one of the most charming coastal towns to visit. Its fully-serviced beaches are wonderfully long with clear and cool water and few waves. The town itself is also worth seeing, as it's full of beautiful winding staircases and whitewashed houses. It also features historical sights like the Grotto of Tiberius and an archaeological museum. To get there from Rome, take the Napoli train from Termini station as far as Fondi-Sperlonga, from where you can catch a quick bus for €1 that takes you straight to the beach.

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