10 Beaches in Rome for a Sun-Kissed Getaway - 2024
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Roman Beaches

Lido di Ostia Beach, Fregene Beach, Sperlonga, Santa Severa Beach, Sabaudia Beach, Terracina Beach, Civitavecchia Beach, Santa Marinella Beach, Anzio Beach and Castel Porziano Beach.

Beat the parching summer heat of Rome by heading to one of the many amazing Rome beaches known for their golden sand and turquoise waters. The Metetarian coastline boasts numerous beaches, most of which are accessible from Rome. You can head to some of the top beaches near Rome such as the Lido di Ostia, Fregene, and Sperlonga, which are not only famous for their scenic beauty but also great historical significance.

You can pack a basket to enjoy a picnic date on the beach with your family and friends amid the calm and mesmerizing surroundings. If you like exhilarating adventurous activities then you must try Terracina beach, it has the strongest currents and is famous worldwide among the beaches around Rome for adventure experiences. You can also opt to just relax, sunbathe and play around the beaches of Rome.

Here are some of the best Roman Beaches:

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Lido di Ostia Beach

  • Lido di Ostia is one of the most happening and popular Rome beaches with a very lively crowd.
  • The beach is just 30 minutes away from Rome making it a perfect beach getaway for most Romans. This is a paid beach and all you need to do is buy a spot for yourself and enjoy the fantastic social scene here.
  • There are several beach clubs, bars and you can indulge in a variety of water sports here. You will be spoilt for choices when it comes to food and there is a whole market scene going on if you wish to shop for some souvenirs. 

Location: Ostia

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Fregene Beach

  • Freeze beach is one of the cleaner Rome beaches and famous amongst the hip and trendy crowds of young Romans.  
  • Pristine white sand, clear warm water and beautiful sunsets define Fregene beach. 
  • For the best time here visit in the late afternoon and stay back till late evening to enjoy the party scene. 
  • At the popular Singita Miracle Beach Club there is a ceremonial gong that is heard when the sun sets. 
  • There are plush cushions scattered about the Beach for guests to enjoy the sunset. This is one of the best beaches in Rome to just relax, chill and party. 

Location: Fregene 

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Sperlonga Beach

  • Sperlonga Beach is one of the listed blue flag Rome beaches which stands for beaches with excellent water quality and exceptionally high standards of services. 
  • It was voted as one of the best beaches in Europe by The Guardian and it is definitely one of the best beaches in Rome, Italy.  
  • There is an abundance of beach chairs, umbrellas and beach space at the Sperlonga for you to enjoy the picturesque seaside destination. 
  • Sperlonga beach is also a great place for history buffs as a little further down the beach you will find the villa that belonged to the infamous Emperor Tiberius. This villa is now converted into a museum which you can explore to your heart's content.  

Location: Sperlonga

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Santa Severa Beach

  • Santa Severa Beach is counted amongst the most beautiful Rome beaches with its pristine white sand and fun beach clubs. 
  • The beach is divided into three sections - The part with the beach clubs, Spiaggia del Castello and the Sabbie Nere Beach or the Black Sand Beach.
  • The beach clubs section is best if you just want to sunbathe and relax on one of the comfortable beach beds. The Spiaggia del Castello has the beautiful and ancient Santa Severa Castle. You can enter the Castello for free but the museums inside are chargeable.  
  • Walking away from the Castle and further down you will come across the Black Sand Beach where the sand is darker, the beach quieter and almost no restaurants or shops around. 

Location: Lazio

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Sabaudia Beach

  • Sabaudia beach is one of the blue flag Rome beaches and it is located at the foot of Mount Circeo.
  • The beach has soft golden sand, turquoise blue water and is surrounded by sand dunes and the Sabaudi Lagoon. 
  • The Circeo National Park is close to the beach and can be accessed easily by boardwalks from the beach. 
  • The park, wealthy villas and the fact that it takes a little extra effort to reach here has helped to maintain the natural beauty of this place. 
  • It is one of the best beaches in Rome if you are looking for a quiet and relaxed seaside visit.

Location: Province of Latina

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Terracina Beach

  • Terracina beach is a collection of resort beaches that are well equipped and clean. It is presented annually with the ''Blue Flag'' by UNESCO for its impeccable cleanliness.
  • These beaches are beautiful but the current here is very strong due to which you need to closely monitor children. The waters here are warm, azure and attract adventurers and watersports enthusiasts from all over the world.
  • There are a few monuments near the beach that are must visits such as the Central Square of Piazza Del Municipio, Sanctuary of Jupiter, Cathedral of St. Caesaria among many others. 

Location:  Province of Latina, Italy.

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Civitavecchia Beach

  • Civitavecchia beach is the largest seaport closest to Rome and it is a collection of mesmerizing yet much smaller beaches and about 50 miles of the coastline.
  • There is a beautiful aqueduct-like pier and humongous boulders that surround the beach. 
  • There are a few bars along the beach that play music out loud so you can enjoy a nice relaxing day at the beach. 
  • The beach also has comfortable sunbeds and parasols to give you some shade.
  • The shore is mostly pebble and stone, so is the seabed. The water here is quite clear and safe for a quick dip and just a little off the shore there is a special carnival that is designed specifically for kids. This is one of the best beaches in Rome for families with kids.

Location: Civitavecchia 

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Santa Marinella Beach

  • The Santa Marinella beach is just a stone's throw away from the Santa Marinella railway station. It is a small bay with crystalline and cool water. 
  • There are few food joints along the beach as well where you can go to catch a bite. 
  • You can rent beds and umbrellas at the beach near the semi private areas or just park your towel on the sandy beach. 
  • The best part about visiting the Santa Marinella beach is swimming amongst the rock clusters near the shore. 

Location: Via Aurelia 312A, 00058 Santa Marinella RM, Italy.

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Anzio Beach

  • Anzio beach is a beautiful location in Rome and has been awarded the ''Blue Flag'' for its clean crystalline waters and golden sandy beaches.
  • Bask your eyes on the endless ocean while the fisherman brings in fresh fish that are supplied to local restaurants that serve it freshly cooked to the beachside visitors. 
  • You can also book a boat trip to Ponza, Palmarola and Ventotene Islands where you can spend some time enjoying refreshing nature walks. 
  • You can spend your time collecting seashells at the beach or swimming in the water. Either way this trip will end up being one of the best moments in the country of Rome. 

Location: Lazio, Italy. 

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Castel Porziano Beach

  • The beach of Castel Porziano is known for its fine grain sand with light golden color. This beach is narrow and a mere 2 km long and for entering the beach are 7 gates famously called ''The Gates'' which are managed by the municipality of Rome. 
  • Up until 1965 the beach was closed to the public and it fell under the Presidential Estate also known as the Summer Residence. 
  • The first gate of the beach, also known as the Free Dog Village, is open to dogs. 
  • The beach also has a bar, a bar kiosk, rental beach equipment, restaurants and a parking area. The beach is famous for its kite surfing experience and is a must try when in Rome.

Location: Villagio Tognazzi 

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  1. What are the best beaches in Rome?

    • Sperlonga Beach
    Sperlonga Beach is one of the most beautiful Rome beaches with pristine white sand,  turquoise blue water and a great destination for history buffs.  The Beach was voted as the best beaches in Europe by The Guardian. Other than the beach you can also visit the Tiberius Museum which used to be Emperor Tiberius's villa.

    • Santa Severa Beach
    Santa Severa Beach is divided into 3 sections, the beach clubs, the Severa Castle and the Black Sand Beach. The Beach has moderately high waves making it a fun place for those interested in surfing. There are many restaurants and food joints by the beach to ensure you have plenty of refreshments as you enjoy the sun, sand and water of one of the best beaches in Rome, Italy.

    • Sabaudia Beach
    This is one of the Blue flag Rome beaches, located at the foot of Mount Circeo.  This is one of the best beaches in Rome if you want to spend some quiet and relaxing time by the sea. Not being a very commercial hub, this beach has managed to retain its magical beauty.

    • Terracina Beach
    Terracina is a resort town with a stretch of over 15 km of coastline. There are several free and paid beaches, and beautiful sceneries. Over the years the infrastructure of the beach has been incredibly developed making it one of the best Rome beaches.
  2. Are beaches in Rome worth visiting?

    The beaches in Rome are definitely worth a visit. They have everything, from adventure sports to calm waters. These beaches are perfect for everyone. If you are visiting Rome for water sports then beaches like this Sperlonga and Terracina are perfect for you, but if you are looking for a family friendly beach with calm waters and wide beaches, the Civitavecchia Beach is more suitable.
  3. What is the best time of the day to visit beaches in Rome?

    If you like basking in the sun then 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. is best for you but to avoid major crowds. You should come during the early mornings as this time is mostly when people don't usually visit beaches, but you can also visit the beach during late afternoon and early evenings.
  4. Which is the best season to visit beaches in Rome?

    May- September is the best time to visit Rome beaches. During winters from November to February most of the beach destinations are deserted and the shops and restaurants closed. Visiting the best beaches in Rome in the sweltering summer months between May to July is quite a relief for anyone holidaying in Rome during this time. Just 30 to 60 minutes away from the main city you can reach a beach destination of your choice.
  5. Is there any pet friendly beach near Rome?

    Bau Beach near the International Airport in Rome is famous across Europe for being the best pet friendly beach. There is a small entry fee and you and your pet can enjoy the beach as well as its amenities. There are water bowls and dog treats available to ensure your pooch has a fun time.
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