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Five reasons to visit Italy’s Best Beaches

1 For the picture-perfect paradise beach, Sardinia’s Spiaggia della Pelosa ticks all the boxes. But of course, perfection comes at a price, and for beaches this tends to mean you’ll be packed onto those heavenly sands with a thousand other people come highseason. In August you’ll most likely find traffic jams en route, and you’ll have to arrive early to reserve your place. That said, even the crowds can’t detract from the magic of Pelosa’s scenery and the electric hues that dazzle the eyes on a sunny day.

2The Calle delle Arene is located on San Domino, the largest island of the stunning Puglia archipelago of the Isole Tremiti. We would be happy on any of the many beaches and coves of these islands, but this sandy stretch amid magical coves and rugged scenery is particularly spectacular.

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This month we embark on our travels to Verona, the beautiful Veneto city immortalised by Shakespeare in his tale of star-crossed lovers. Whether the story of Juliet’s balcony is fact or fiction matters little, as we travel deeper to the city’s heart and its noble Roman heritage. Traditions of another kind are on our mind in Puglia; this time, the culinary variety. It’s a captivating land with its roots firmly in the soil, as you’ll discover. The restful public gardens of Florence are in the spotlight too, while this month’s Fast Culture tells a tale of mistaken identity or Renaissance ‘spin’ that’s not to be missed.