map of all swimming spots in Italy

Swimming in Italy

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Aqua park Le Caravelle is located within the province Savona and offers many attractions for the whole family.   Enjoy a day full of fun and...
1 Day €24
24 °C
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Thanks to the division of the area into a section for sports and another one for fun, each guest is guaranteed an experience according to their wishes,...
5 Pools
12 Saunas
1 Day €11
17 °C
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The spa offers many kinds of indoor and outdoor pools. The pools are facilitated with lights to create an atmosphere of indulgence. From one of the indoor pools...
5 Pools
4 Saunas
1 Day €15.90
3 h €11.80
12 °C
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The spa contains numerous pools, among which one is provided for lane swimming. There is also a sports pool used for the water sports courses offered on-site....
8 Pools
4 Saunas
1 Day €25
16 °C
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The Issinger Weiher, also known as the „Puschtra Ocean“, not only is a natural gem with its impressive biodiversity in flora and fauna, but also one of the last...
1 Day €7
17 °C
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South Tyrol’s only thermal leisure centre is located in the idyllic spa town of Merano. The spa’s imposing glass and steel cube is an eye-catching presence in front...
25 Pools
7 Saunas
1 Day €19
3 h €14
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The 5 most popular Swimming spots in Italy

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1.Cron4 – Spa paradise
2.Garda Thermae
3.Premia Spa
4.Aqua park Le Caravelle
5.Thermal spa Meran
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Italy's beaches and lakes

If you are searching for an opportunity to cool off on the hot summer days, the sea is of course the first choice. Because of the Mediterranean state's elongated shape, it is never very far to the coast, wherever you are inside the country. Places at the Adriatic Sea, like Rimini or Bibione, are particularly popular bathing resorts. Somewhat more quiet are the coasts at the Thyrrhenian Sea, for instance the beaches in Tuscany. Here, you will find plenty attractive campsites next to one another. As well the bigger and smaller islands off shore, like Sicily or Sardinia, but also Elba or Capri, offer bathing fun and beach feeling.

 

There are numerous warm lakes to spend a holiday at, too. One of the top lakes is Lake Garda, the biggest in Italy. Located in the north of the country, at the foothills of the Alps, it has beautiful pebble beaches, especially in the south-eastern part. Particularly beautiful is also Trasimeno Lake in Italy's center, the Umbrian region. The lake is the largest on the Apennine peninsula.

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