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Beautiful Italian Islands to Visit This Summer

Italy is a beautiful country rich in culture and natural beauty. Its stunning islands are a major part of Italy’s…

By Chan , in Travel , at May 19, 2022

Italy is a beautiful country rich in culture and natural beauty. Its stunning islands are a major part of Italy’s charm. You won’t find anything but the most beautiful Italian beaches.

Elba

Elba is famous for hosting Napoleon in exile in 1814. It is also the most visited island in the Tuscan Archipelago. This makes it an ideal location for anyone looking for a relaxing beach escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. However, don’t expect to be too relaxed. Elba is known for its beautiful beaches and sparkling blue waters. It also has picturesque wooded mountain views.

The stunning Tuscan Archipelago, Europe’s largest protected marine reserve, is home to some of the most spectacular snorkelling and diving. Mountain biking, climbing and windsurfing are some of the most popular activities on Elba. The local cuisine is a delicious blend of Tuscan and maritime traditions that should not be missed.

Sardinia

The second-largest island in the Med is vibrant and varied. It is also one of the most attractive destinations in Italy.

Sardinia has everything you could want, from the A-list glamour at Costa Smeralda to the Roman ruins and medieval charm of its less-known towns. It offers sensational beaches, transparent turquoise seas and an identity that is neither Italian nor African.

It isn’t easy to pick 10 top Sardinian destinations due to the country’s diversity. Here are some suggestions.

Ischia

The beautiful natural landscapes of Ischia, a volcanic island in the Gulf of Naples, are well-known. It is also home to the amazing blue waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

Ischia is also known as the main island. It is divided into two distinct sides: Ischia Ponte, the charming old-fashioned Ischia Ponte with its majestic Aragonese castle, and Ischia Porto, the modern centre with a multitude of bars, restaurants and elegant boutiques.

The charming town of Forio, with its beautiful surroundings, is equally appealing. It offers everything from nightlife and shopping to fantastic beaches, fine dining, and lots of sightseeing. The Poseidon Gardens, located in the bay of Citara and Sant’Angelo fishing village, are just a few of the must-see spots. There are also stunning public villas, landscaped gardens, and beautiful beaches along the island’s idyllic shores.

Capri

It is located in the Bay of Naples, Italy’s most exclusive island getaway. However, Capri is brimming with culture and natural beauty despite being a summer resort for the wealthy and famous.

The island is home to Anacapri and Capri, two beautiful cities. But the most important attraction on the island is the Blue Grotto (Grotta Azzurra), a stunning sea cave with a unique turquoise colour.

Capri is a charming town with narrow streets lined with elegant restaurants and high-end fashion boutiques. The charming Piazza Umberto 1, also known as La Piazzetta, is at heart.

Anacapri, a tranquil and peaceful place at the foot of Mount Solaro, is an alternative to Capri’s celebrity-filled energy. Faraglioni’s beautiful beach and unique rock formations are a must-see spot that you will not soon forget.

Sicily

It is surrounded by three oceans and has stunning architecture reflecting centuries-old foreign dominance. Sicily is the largest Mediterranean island and undoubtedly the most beautiful and complex in Europe. Its natural beauty is enhanced by the presence of mountains, beaches, national parks, ancient villages, and delicious cuisine that delights the entire world.

The most popular destinations in Sicily include Palermo, a vibrant and exotically-flavoured city; Catania; the historical city of Syracuse; the Valley of the Temples, a remarkable archaeological site outside Agrigento; the charming Taormina and the majestic Mt Etna, the highest volcano of Europe.

Panarea

Panarea, a small but very special island in the Aeolian archipelago, is located just off the north coast of Sicily. The island is a haven for the most prominent jet-setters in Europe, including the Bulgari family, whose summer home lies on Panarea’s cobblestone footpaths.

Although there are not many beaches, the stunning scenery and picturesque lanes and whitewashed homes make it an island of beauty.