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Maratea, Maratea

Italy's insider take:

Maratea is a quietly chi-chi town with one main strolling street and more churches than bars, and it remains, so far, a well-kept secret among native tourists. At the base of the Maratea Mountains, hotels cluster along the hidden gray-sand beaches, overlooking the beautiful Cedri Riviera and the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea. If you can, stay at the Locanda delle Donne Monache, a converted early-18th-century nunnery in the old town (see "Where to Stay").

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