Resembling massive white stairs leading down to the ocean, the Scala dei Turchi (Stair of the Turks) is a tiered limestone beach cliff in southern Sicily. Located along the Realmonte coast, Scala dei Turchi only enhances an already gorgeous ocean view.
Italy’s Most Beautiful Beaches: Cala di Volpe, Sardinia (Smeralda)
Pizzolungo is a small Italian seaside village in western Sicily. It is situated just north of the city of Trapani. Pizzolungo has white, sandy beaches and the hills and cliffs surround the coastline, making for a breathtaking view.
Algarve, PortugalAccessible by boat, this sea cave in the Algarve region of Portugal hides a secluded beach. The area around Benagil Beach is full of limestone formations, but this renowned cave is the region's trophy and every photographer’s dream.
This is Catania and Mount Etna in Sicily, Italy. Catania is a city in Sicily and Mount Etna is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. This picture was captured during the winter when the volcano was covered with snow.