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The Italian coast, with its countless gulfs, coves and inlets, touristic ports and long, sandy beaches, is truly adapted to the water lover’s every demand. From North to South, East to West, this mountainous land slopes into the rocky, indented coasts of the Tyrrhenian and Ionian Seas in the west and southeast respectively, and toward the softer, sandier shores of the Adriatic in the east.
From these seas that wash up upon the “beautiful country” surge two magnificent islands – Sicily and Sardinia – in addition to numerous tiny archipelagos. These include the Tuscan Archipelago, to which Elba belongs; the Archipelago of the Maddalena in Sardinia; the Campanian Archipelago with Ischia and Capri; and finally the Pontine Islands off the southern shores of Lazio.
Between the coasts of Tunisia and Sicily, we also find the Pelagian Islands and, to Sicily’s north, the Aeolians – with two active volcanoes, Stromboli and Vulcano – and the Egadi Islands, a natural reserve. Last but not least, in Puglia, there are the splendid Islands of Tremiti.
- Italy has some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in the world and is not to be missed! From the white sandy beaches and pristine waters of Sardinia and Puglia to the rolling hills of Tuscany
- Italian cuisine is much respected and much replicated throughout the world. However, it goes without saying that everyone must try real, authentic Italian food once in their lives.
- Italy has 4,720 miles of coastline, most of it spectacular. Sorrento is particularly impressive. Dine in a trattoria by the sea, enjoy a trip to the chic island of Capri, and gaze across the azure seas of the Amalfi Coast.
- The cellars of Tuscany are filled with some of Europe’s finest wines so it would be rude not to stop for a vineyard tasting session.
- The Italian Riviera has a vibrant nightlife, with many clubs, bars, and restaurants to choose from.
- The Italian Riviera offers many outdoor activities, such as hiking, biking, and water sports, for visitors to enjoy.
- The Italian Riviera is home to many famous resorts, such as Portofino and Santa Margherita Ligure, where visitors can relax and unwind.
- The Italian Riviera has a rich history and culture, with many museums, galleries, and historical sites to explore.
- Michelangelo, Botticelli and, of course, Da Vinci – Italy has produced some of the greatest artists in history.