Destination: Secret Hideaways

The Telegraph spotlights 21 places most of us don't even think of when it comes to Italian destinations, but we should start now.

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21 places in Italy you never thought to visit (but really should)

1. Marina de Pisciotta, Campania

Lee Marshall, author of Telegraph Travel’s guides to Rome, Florence, Tuscany and Sicily, recommends this unheralded spot in the Province of Salerno. “Twenty years ago, I promised the friend who told me about Pisciotta and its Marina that I would avoid writing about it,” he says. “But surely there must be a statute of limitations on such vows? And in any case, the Pisciottani are so simpatici, and business is still so slow outside of the canonic Italian beach months of July and August, that I can live with the small betrayal.

“Pisciotta is the kind of small, southern Italian coastal town that you have a picture of in your head, but often struggle to match in the real world. Read more at The Telegraph…

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