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Italy Landmarks and National Parks



  • Amalfi Coast and Sorrento. Stunningly beautiful rocky coastline, so popular that private cars are banned in the summer months. Sorrento is a good base for ferries to Capri (see below).
  • Calabria and its pearl Praja a Mare - the italian best kept secret, with the stunning Dino Island, the Blu Grotto, and the Arcomagno bays
  • Capri and Ischia - the famed islands in the Bay of Naples
  • Cinque Terre - five tiny, scenic, towns strung along the steep vineyard-laced coast of Liguria
  • Courmayeur - offers the attractions of a large international resort for skiers and mountaineers
  • Elba - the largest island of the Tuscan Archipelago, and the third largest island in Italy after Sicily and Sardinia
  • Rimini and the Romagna Riviera, Italy's most famous and visited beach tourism locations.
  • Vatican City - the independent city-state and seat of the Pope, head of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Lake Garda (Lago di Garda) - A beautiful lake in Northern Italy
  • Italian Alps , including The Dolomites and South Tyrol- Some of the most beautiful mountains in Europe include Mount Blanc/Monte Bianco and Mount Rosa.

Alps

Apennines

Coasts and Islands

 

Source: Wikitravel.org