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Summer In Italy: A Beach Escape To Terracina

by Carin Olsson
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Carin Olsson

Carin Olsson left both her job and family back in Sweden to pursue her longtime dream of moving to Paris. A big passion for food, sweets, the city itself and photography resulted in her blog, Paris in Four Months, where she shares her time in the city of light. View Carin Olsson's Website

13 comments on “Summer In Italy: A Beach Escape To Terracina

Thanks so much for this post. We’re looking for a place to chill for 10 days. I’m now convinced Italy is our perfect spot. Can’t wait to see some of these beaches!
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Well: if you yearly go to Terracina, then you can’t miss to see the amazing Sperlonga and San Felice Circeo: two of the most pictoresque villages of fishermen in the Country!
Anyway: take a look at Puglia/Apulia region: these years its coasts of Gargano and Salento are a must for us italians!

🙂 And what about the “bombe”?
I love Terracina and all the surrounding area: the city of Sperlonga, the island of Ponza, the beach of “trecento scalini” near Gaeta…
Great post and gorgeous photos
Greetings from Rome

Having lived in France, it is certainly one of my favourite countries but several holidays in Italy have convinced me that Italy too has so much to offer. Your wonderful photos make me want to return soon!

Fabulous photos! After discovering your wonderful insights on living in Paris, no I thank you for that taste of Italy. We visited the area around Terracina a few years ago when we rented a village house in Sermoneta. I thought the beaches were a delightful surprise – beautiful and relatively no english-speaking tourists!

Your photos are just divine Carin, I almost feel that I’m there with you. It sounds like you had a fabulous time!…xv

I’ve been in love with France forever, so the first time I hit Italy I was shocked at how easily I could …well…fall for another! Italy is amazing, and the people are so outgoing and friendly! You just don’t expect it and those cheeky Italian men..well they have been known to make this ole ducks day 🙂 these photos are gorgeous thanks!

Divine photographs..
You make it Italy so tangible…I feel like I’m right there digging my toes in the sand…I wish…

Carin,
I love your photos. I can taste the ice cream and feel the sun. Thank you.

I get the feeling you seriously love ice-cream! xx

quote:
don’t know if it was adjusting to people actually asking me if I wanted help or if it was the language that confused me the most when I arrived in Italy from Paris. But let’s just say that I adapted to both the language and the kindness quite quickly.
unquote…

that’s exactly it! I absolutely adore Italy and the kind people, the wonderful simple and terrific food and the beauty of their country.
Italia – ti adoro!!! Thank You for this photographic Italy speed-dating trip, loved it

Stephanie // artfullyadored

Thank you for including me in your roundup, Carin! 🙂 Lovely photos, as usual!

The light in Italy is just awesome. So clear and bright, match perfectly with joyful colors of summer.

Linn

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