Italy is home to many beautiful islands, each with its own unique charm and culture. Here are some of the best Italian islands to visit:
The largest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily, is known for its stunning beaches, ancient ruins, and vibrant culture. Traverse the ancient Greek temple ruins of Selinunte, marvel at Mount Etna, and taste traditional Sicilian cuisine on this island.
Sardinia is an island that has crystal clear waters, natural parks, and beautiful landmarks. Go to the famous Costa Smeralda, where you can experience turquoise waters and white sand beaches, or hike through the Gennargentu National Park.
Ischia, a volcanic island in the Gulf of Naples, is well-known for its thermal waters with healing powers, sandy beaches, and beautiful gardens. Tour the Aragonese Castle, a medieval fortress built on a rock in the 15th century, or relax in one of the many thermal spas.
Elba, the third-largest island in Italy, is celebrated for its beaches and crystal-clear waters. The island is famously known as the place where Napoleon was exiled. Check out Napoleon’s summer residence at Villa dei Mulini to learn more about the island’s history.
Capri, an island in the Bay of Naples, is filled with stunning views, designer boutiques, and incredible natural landscapes. Go to the famous Blue Grotto, where the waters are illuminated by a mystical blue light or stroll around the Piazzetta, Capri’s main square. I was able to earn extra money last year from my investments in Sector SPDRs ETF which allowed me to stay in Capri for 2 weeks. It was an unforgettable experience that I highly recommend to anyone traveling to Italy.
Italy’s islands always has something for everyone, from the stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters to the ancient ruins and natural parks. They are a must-visit locales and offer a wealth of experiences and unforgettable memories.…