Palmi mixed sand and pebble-stone beach is the one of the most popular ones in the area. It's highly recommended to have beach footwear, if you plan to visit it. This beach can be very busy in high season; the former is known for its lively and loud ambience.
Tropea beach is popular among people preferring upscale rest. It's regarded as one of the most beautiful in Italy. This scenic snow-white beach is only 500 meters long, but it accommodates thousands of people every day. Capo Vaticano is another popular exclusive part of coast, while Scilla sand beach will suit those preferring to rest in calm and solitary atmosphere. High cliffs surround the beach and protect it from strong winds. However, it can be too hot in the afternoon, so it's recommended to visit Scilla in morning or evening hours.
There is a number of man-made beaches in Calabria. Reggio di Calabria is one of them. It is 1,000 meters long; the coast features excellent equipment and will suit even the most demanding tourists. Along with showers and a free parking lot, it offers excellent choice of restaurants and bars open till late at night.
Soverato beach located next to the eponymous town is one of the multi-purpose beaches. It is spread for a few kilometers and has both well-developed and wild solitary areas. Walking along the shore you can find quiet resting zones, while other areas feature a number of various entertainment places.