Lazio is an administrative city in Italy, which is located in the central part of the country.
The coast of the city is made up of sandy beaches, where tourists enjoy while they rest during their holidays in Lazio. These beaches include, the Tyrrhenian, Terracina, Sperlonga, Fregene, Santa Marinella and Isole Pontine.
The Marina di Montalto, which is close to Montalto di Castro town, is one of the modern beaches along the Maremma Laziale region. The beach has hotels, several beach chairs meant for renting out to guests and campgrounds.
On the Southward area of Montalto di Castro there is the Tarquinia beach which has an archeological site for those visiting the beach.
Rome’s local beach in Lazio can be easily be accessed by travelling by train through the Piramide and Ostia Antica and then stopping at Ostia Lido. Also, the beach is closer to Fiumicino Airport making it easy to travel by air to the place. The local beach has many restaurants and during the summer it has a vibrant nightlife view.
Fregene beach is also a major beach favorite for visitors to Lazio and has hotels where you can eat tasty seafood as well as riding bikes.
Civitavecchia is a port in Rome where you can easily be ferried to Sardinia or rent a boat and within it there are sandy beaches.
Santa Marinella is a seaside resort which is suitable when going for holiday with your family.
Anzio beach offers a great opportunity for visitors to play or watch baseball and also catch some rays especially during the summer.
When you are purposing to stay in Lazio for some time, you can visit the Latina Province coastline where Riviera of Ulysses beach is situated. The beach has white sand, romantic grottoes and dramatic cliffs along the San Felice and Teraccina areas.
San Felice Circeo is an ideal place for guests to windsurf and kayaking whereas Parco Nazionale is a favorite joint for the birdwatchers.
The Isole Pontine which is a cluster of islands along the Lazio coastline are well known for having beautiful sceneries, natural reserves and wildlife. These features make the beaches a great place for guests to enjoy and relax away comfortably without distractions due to overcrowding like other beaches.
When you would like to sunbathe as well as sightsee, the Gaeta beach is a suitable and most ideal beach to visit. You can travel to the beach by using a bus and alight at Via Marina, where you can have a clear view of the sea and the Aragon castle ruins. Also, at Marina there is Risorgimento beach which is privately owned and charges a small fee for umbrellas and sunbeds.
The Sperlonga beach is a unique and pretty place along the coastline and you can travel by car or train to reach the beach. At Sperlonga, you can have pretty views by walking around the rock on which it is established up to the bay and it has modern beach facilities. You can enjoy your lunch from the Da Martini sul Ponte as you have the best sea views and enjoy the cool breeze from the sea.