You will find spectacular weather and a beautiful setting in the Italian Liguria. I recommend their focaccia and that you venture further than just the beach, you should also go into the mountain villages. You should go to Genoa too. But above all, you should enjoy the sun, sea and good weather of the area, Mediterranean weather.
Set in a small Italian town in Liguria, Chiavari beach is not known for how long it is, nor for its white sand. What does make the beach stand out is the small town with its botanical garden, cozy restaurants and fruit market. These give both the beach and the town a nostalgia that is hard to forget.
If you are in Genoa and seeks a quiet beach to walk, you can go to the district of Genova Nervi and take "Passegiata Garibaldi", which is the ideal place to breathe the sea air! The water is blue and clear. A very relaxing and accessible place from Genoa Brignole Station, just 10 minutes by train. You will enjoy your visit if you go.
San Remo is known worldwide for its Film Festival and also for its casino. It is also an ideal place to enjoy its beach and its interesting atmosphere. Perfect for spennding a day on the beach and visiting the town.
Bogliasco is a village of 4600 inhabitants. It is located a few kilometres from the town of Genova ,and is easy to reach by train. Very nice, and perfect for sunbathing, swimming, or just having a drink on the terrace. You can also visit the centre, with narrow streets and colourful buildings, and take a stroll around the marina. A great place to get away from Genova.
San Fruttuoso Beach is a gem of the Ligurian, close to the famous Cinque Terre. You can only arrive by ocean or walking 2 hours by the Mediterranean, that is the reserve of Monte di Portofino. It has a fantastic Benedictine monastery which houses the tombs of the Doria family. It is a magical place, and I recommend to go in September or in October. On the way back the ship left us in Camogli, where you can eat al formaggio focaccio sitting at the fishing port in the company of a gable.