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Small Beach Villages near Florence (or Venice)

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Hello fellow travelers,

I am currently in the works of planning a trip to Italy for next summer. We plan on staying for about three weeks, dividing our time between Florence, Venice, and some beach town. This is where I need your help.

During our last trip to Italy, we spent a week in Atrani on the Amalfi Coast. It was perfect for our needs! It was quaint, not touristy at all, and the beaches were uncrowded during June. We would like to find something similar, but closer to Florence/Venice. If nothing like this exists, we would probably return to Atrani (but we always like to try new things).

We looked into the Cinque Terre, but it seems a little too touristy for our tastes. Some of the smaller villages around the CT also look nice, but I've heard that they can get pretty crowded during the summer as well.

We also wouldn't mind looking into some beach towns in southern France.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! :)

Just think of Atrani as a model ;)

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